LSE's standing, the calibre of its alumni and our exceptional working relationship with top graduate recruiters means that LSE Careers are able to offer you an outstanding programme of events, exclusive jobs and opportunities, one to one careers consultations and skills development throughout your time at LSE.
Key LSE employability facts
90% of leavers from 2014/15 were working, studying or doing something else six months after graduation
Top four employment sectors for LSE graduates are:
banking and finance
politics, government and public sector
education and teaching
32% of undergraduates 12% of postgraduates were pursuing further study after graduating from LSE
Our most recent average starting salary was £30,000 for graduates working full-time in the UK
See the Graduate destinations website for a detailed breakdown of LSE employment statistics by department.
About LSE Careers
LSE Careers is here to help you through the careers maze, providing a comprehensive careers guidance service and employment services for students seeking information on graduate employment and further study.
Services and resources
They run a wide range of careers events - both on campus and internationally, one-to-one career discussion and CV checking appointments, and manage a website and resource centre which are full of information to help you with researching and achieving your career objectives.
Find out more about LSE Careers and download the LSE Careers service guide (pdf).
Jobs and opportunities
Current LSE students and alumni who completed their degree programme less than five years ago can also view hundreds of vacancies and volunteering opportunities which are advertised on LSE CareerHub (login required).