Graduates earning less than those who skip university

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(London Independent) Men who attend the country’s lowest-performing universities go on to earn less than those who have not gone to university at all, according to new research.

The Institute of Fiscal Studies’ new findings into graduate earnings have discovered particularly big differences in earnings according to which institution was attended.

Parental wealth is key marker of graduates’ earning power

Results showed there to be 23 universities where, on average, male graduates were earning less ten years after when compared with the average for non-graduates.

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