At least 51 percent of the Indians graduating from universities in the United Kingdom earn more than average and about 82 percent of them feel satisfied regarding their choice of careers, according to a report that was launched by the Universities UK International.
According to the 2019 Report of Indian Graduate Outcomes that was released on Wednesday, 51 percent of all the Indians graduating from the UK have said that they earn above or well above the average as compared to their Indian contemporaries.
Sixty percent of the Indian respondents that were surveyed have said that they are in their current jobs as it is exactly the kind of work they wished to do, with 82 percent claiming that they were satisfied or even very satisfied with their professional careers, said the report.
More than one thousand Indians and a total of sixteen thousand students from several nationalities who finished their studies between January 2011 and July 2016 have been surveyed for understanding their experience of studying in the United Kingdom, their level of satisfaction with their education as well as their current jobs.
The Director of Universities UK International (UUKi), Vivienne Stern said that the job satisfaction of the graduates of United Kingdom was higher, as chances of getting one’s dream job markedly increased. He said that he thought that this would lead to more effective performance and one would get more recognition for their work. The likelihood of the graduates from United Kingdom working in India for the roles of Manager was 23 percent greater than the global average.