Graduates 'reap social benefit'
One in five graduates in the UK have settled down with someone they met at university, a survey suggests.
The poll of over 5,000 graduate and non-graduate adults found 10% of those who did not go to university felt they had missed out on love.
Graduates were found to have 15 close friends, compared to 10 close friends for those who did not take a degree. The online poll found 60% of graduates thought university contacts were as important as a degree for getting jobs.
A total of 5,283 adults aged 25 to 45 took part in the survey by university accommodation provider Unite. Just over half (2,777) were university graduates and the rest (2,506) had not attended university.
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The Chinese youths who graduated from college in 2006 have, on average, change jobs twice within the first three years of their careers, according to a report released by Mycos, an