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British CS Majors Doing Badly In the Jobs Market 349

An anonymous reader writes "British CS majors do badly in the job market — with, four years after graduation, a higher than average (for college graduates) unemployment rate and fewer returning to higher education. Brit CS majors also do badly immediately after graduation. No similar U.S. figures exist reports the Computing Education Blog."
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British CS Majors Doing Badly In the Jobs Market

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