# the charts below show what UK graduate and postgraduates students who did not to go into full time work did after leaving collage in 2008.

the charts below show what UK graduate and postgraduates students who did not to go into full time work did after leaving collage in 2008. YmdQK

These two bar graphs illustrate what was the destination of UK graduates and the postgraduate excluding full-time work after leaving college in 2008.
Overall, it can be seen that major graduates and postgraduate students were going for further study. However, least graduate and postgraduate students were doing voluntary work.
The highest number of graduates and postgraduate students who preferred to study further subjects were 29665 and 2725 respectively. By contrast, few students were doing volunteer work which was the lowest number of students involved in it were 3500 and 345 graduates and postgraduates students respectively. Besides, 17735 graduate students were doing part-time work. whereas, only 2535 postgraduate students were involved in part-time jobs. Graduate students around 16235 were unemployed and postgraduate students were 1625 which was comparatively low. In both, graduates and postgraduates graphs showed that sequences of choice of the digestion after completing college most students preferred continue their studies and a part-time job.

These two bar graphs illustrate what was the destination of UK

graduates

and the

postgraduate

excluding full-time work after leaving college in 2008.

Overall

, it can be

seen

that major

graduates

and

postgraduate

students

were going for

further

study.

However

, least

graduate

and

postgraduate

students

were doing voluntary work.
The highest number of

graduates

and

postgraduate

students

who preferred to study

further

subjects were 29665 and 2725

respectively

. By contrast, few

students

were doing volunteer work which was the lowest number of

students

involved in it were 3500 and 345

graduates

and

postgraduates

students

respectively

.

Besides

, 17735

graduate

students

were doing part-time work.

whereas

,

only

2535

postgraduate

students

were involved

in part-time jobs.

Graduate

students

around 16235

were unemployed

and

postgraduate

students

were 1625 which was

comparatively

low. In both,

graduates

and

postgraduates

graphs

showed

that sequences of choice of the digestion after completing college most

students

preferred continue their studies and a part-time job.

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