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Top Graduate Employers

The financial services industry is, for the third consecutive year, the main recruiter of university graduates into professional employment. You can filter the table below by region, industry and occupation.

Yorkshire and the Humber – Wholesale, retail & vehicle repair

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 Boots 20
2 Specsavers 15
3 Asda 10
3 Lloyds Pharmacy 10
3 Morrisons 10
3 Vision Express 10
7 Aldi 5
7 Allied Pharmacies 5
7 Amazon 5
7 Iceland 5
7 Majestic Wine 5
7 Sainsbury's 5
7 Superdrug 5
7 Tesco 5
15 Abercrombie & Fitch Fewer than 5
15 Amplifon Fewer than 5
15 Ann Summers Fewer than 5
15 Apple Fewer than 5
15 Arcadia Fewer than 5
15 Argos Fewer than 5
15 Arnold Clark Fewer than 5
15 BHS Fewer than 5
15 Card Factory Fewer than 5
15 Cohens Chemist Fewer than 5
15 Community Pharmacy Fewer than 5
15 Decathlon Fewer than 5
15 H & M Fewer than 5
15 H&M Fewer than 5
15 Halfords Fewer than 5
15 Harvey Nichols Fewer than 5
15 Hollister Fewer than 5
15 House of Fraser Fewer than 5
15 IPL Fewer than 5
15 John Lewis Partnership Fewer than 5
15 Joules Fewer than 5
15 Marks & Spencer Fewer than 5
15 Matalan Fewer than 5
15 Optical Express Fewer than 5
15 Pharmacy Care Plus Fewer than 5
15 Puma Fewer than 5
15 Saint-Gobain Fewer than 5
15 Schuh Fewer than 5
15 Superdry Fewer than 5
15 The Range Fewer than 5
15 The Wolseley Fewer than 5
15 Urban Outfitters Fewer than 5
15 Well Pharmacy Fewer than 5
15 Wickes Fewer than 5
15 Zara Fewer than 5

This table is compiled using data taken from the annual Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey (2014–15) conducted by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). Numbers are rounded to the nearest five in line with Higher Education Statistics Agency confidentiality requirements. Read more about how we compile these tables.