And the degree winners are… (Churchill Financial Advice)
Graduates who took degrees in medicine and economics were the highest earners ten years after graduation, reported the BBC. The Institute of Fiscal Studies used data on student loan repayments to work out the numbers. Male medical graduates were earning £55,000 (females £45,000) and economics graduates £42,000 (females £38,000) while for creative arts graduates the figures were £18,000 and £14,500 respectively. Other top subjects for earnings were law, engineering and physical sciences.