Graduate Employment Market Statistics (GEMS)
GEMS is a tool that allows LSE staff to search for LSE graduate labour market trends from the past four years.
It contains over 20,000 graduate destinations records taken six months after graduation and is useful for responding to student enquiries, finding entry level employment statistics or simply for satisfying curiosity about what LSE graduates do with their degrees.
LSE graduates in the news
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Isla Woodcock completed the BSc in International Relations at LSE in 2011. She now works as an Inquest Investigator for Broudie Jackson Canter. “When the Hillsborough Independent Panel report came out in 2012 and the Attorney-General quashed the original Inquest verdict (that the 96 deaths were “accidental”), it was a significant moment for everyone in this country fighting for justice and accountability. If […]
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If you have graduated from LSE in the last ten years and would like to submit a profile to this website, please complete an LSE graduate profile questionnaire.
About Graduate Destinations
We are happy to answer your queries about where LSE graduates go and what kind of skills they develop throughout their time with us. However before contacting us please ensure that you have read the following sections:
About LSE graduate destinations: for an overview of the research projects we run.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs): we regularly get asked for the same information so we have compiled a list of responses to the most popular questions.
Reading these sections should help you to understand what type of questions we can and can't answer. For example, we do not offer advice on admissions criteria or course content but full details about who to contact about admissions and course enquiries can be found in our FAQs section.
If you have any further queries about LSE's graduate destinations, please email email@example.com.