Top Graduate Employers
The finance and retail sectors are recruiting the greatest number of graduates into graduate-level employment, according to our latest figures. So, where are the jobs?
Filter the table below by region, industry and occupation.
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- See starting salaries and minimum educational requirements.
- Find out how we created the graduate employers table.
North East – Corporate managers & directors
|1||Marks & Spencer||5|
|5||Age UK||Fewer than 5|
|5||Asda||Fewer than 5|
|5||Barclays||Fewer than 5|
|5||Brewin Dolphin||Fewer than 5|
|5||British Heart Foundation||Fewer than 5|
|5||Costa Coffee||Fewer than 5|
|5||Dunelm Mill||Fewer than 5|
|5||Enterprise||Fewer than 5|
|5||Fenwick||Fewer than 5|
|5||Halfords||Fewer than 5|
|5||Hewlett Packard||Fewer than 5|
|5||Hollister||Fewer than 5|
|5||Hugo Boss||Fewer than 5|
|5||Iceland||Fewer than 5|
|5||Lidl||Fewer than 5|
|5||Majestic Wine||Fewer than 5|
|5||Next||Fewer than 5|
|5||Nissan||Fewer than 5|
|5||Primark||Fewer than 5|
|5||Student Finance England||Fewer than 5|
|5||Tata Steel||Fewer than 5|
|5||Topshop||Fewer than 5|
|5||University of Sunderland||Fewer than 5|
These tables are compiled using data taken from the annual Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey (2011–12) conducted by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). Read more about the methodology of this study.