The finance role which will earn UK graduates the most

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View photosA group of graduates gather outside the Sheldonian Theatre at Oxford University. UK graduates could end up earning more if they are willing to go further afield. Photo: Paul Hackett/ReutersMoreInvestment analyst is the highest paying graduate finance job the UK with an average starting salary of £43,797 ($56,783), according to new data analysis by MoneyTransfers.com.But UK graduates could end up earning more if they are willing to go further afield. The role of investment analyst is also the highest paying graduate finance job in five other European countries, with the average starting salary in Luxembourg and the Netherlands standing at £71,473 and £59,693 respectively, according to the analysis of data from employer feedback specialists GlassDoor.Switzerland offers the highest paying graduate finance roles in Europe with finance associates roles paying an average starting salary of £93,379 — £21,619 more per year than the second-place country Liechtenstein.The third highest paying European country is Luxembourg, offering £71,473 for the role of investment analyst, followed by Denmark (£65,839, Norway (£64,631, and Finland (£62,321). View photosThe highest paying graduate finance role in European countries. Photo: MoneyTransfers.comMoreAuditor is the highest paying graduate finance role in ten European countries including Liechtenstein with a starting salary of £71,760 and Finland (£62,321).The position of …

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