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Full-time undergraduates ‘least satisfied’ after graduation

OfS data compares wellbeing rating of different graduate groups

People who previously studied full-time at undergraduate level in England are the most likely graduate group to say they have low levels of life satisfaction, according to data from the Office for Students.

The statistics, published 13 January, compare the life satisfaction ratings of graduates 15 months after graduation with those of the general population. They also show the proportion who view their life as worthwhile.

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