On average, medicine graduates who continued to work in the UK earned £47,000 per year five years after graduation, over £10,000 more than Economics graduates. The league table, which was compiled by the Department for Education Graduate Outcomes, shows that some of the toughest courses to gain entry on to and succeed in also have the highest monetary award if you can see through your undergraduate or postgraduate degree.
I r*ped her at gunpoint to regain my respect - R*pist
A 27-year-old man identified as Alowale Salu, has revealed that he ambushed and used a gun to forcefully rape a lady to regain his respect.
According to PmExpress, the suspect revealed that he lives with the victim at Ojumoye, Ikorodu, Lagos, and had made several attempts to woo her to no avail.
He said on several occasions the lady had disgraced him publicly and he decided to sleep with her to regain his respect. “On the day the incident happened, I went to one of my friends, Bayo, borrowed a gun and ambushed her on the road at night.
I made her to surrender, forcefully penetrated her and collected her phone before I allowed her to go” Salu said. He blamed the incident on the lady, saying that if she had accepted in the first instance, that there would have been no need to obtain sex from her with a gun.
The average earnings by degree subject five-years after graduation have been revealed, with Medicine graduates top of the list.
Top 10 Subjects for Average Salary
Veterinary Science: £35,900
Mathematical Science: £31,900
Engineering and Technology: ££31,800
Computer Science: £27,100
Physical Sciences: £26,600
Subjects allied to Medicine: £26,600
Source: Department for Education Graduate Outcomes