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This is the labor market perspective of your master’s degree

Career in Holland

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02.12.2020

What is the job market perspective of your master’s? Look up the average annual income and the percentage of graduates with a permanent job for your study. 

Are you doing a master’s in Fiscal economics, Econometrics or Tax law? Then your prospects on the job market are ‘very good’, according to unemployment benefits agency UWV. A lot of alumni from these studies quickly obtain a permanent job and a good starting salary. And even after ten years, graduates from these master programmes are doing well on permanent jobs and annual income.

UWV has calculated the labor market prospect for all Dutch master programmes one year and ten years after graduation, based – among other things – on the average annual income and the percentage of graduates with a permanent job. What about alumni of your master’s degree? Look up your job market perspective below: 

Labour Market Perspective


Source: Erasmus Magazine

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