Thinking about what is available

Thinking about what is available


A useful starting point when you are thinking about your future careers is to look at some of the options open to graduates in your subject area. However, don't forget that many graduates go into areas of work unrelated to their degree area. Employers are often just as interested in your general potential and the general skills and abilities gained as part of your degree study, and will give you training once you have started work.


It can also be useful to think about what jobs and careers previous Worcester graduates have gone into. Last year, 58% of Worcester graduates were in full time work 6 months after leaving, with a further 14.9% in part time work, and 17.9% in further study. If you would like to know what jobs previous students on your course went into, visit here or contact careers at careers@worc.ac.uk.


Further information:

  • Visit the careers area in firstpoint (Peirson Study & Guidance Centre) and see what you could do with your subject!
  • Click here to see what recent graduates have done with the same degree as you.

For more useful resources on career guidance, including our Planning Your Career Quick Guide, click here.







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