Graduates looking to find work in London could expect to receive a starting salary of £25,000.
This is according to the Graduate Employer Survey 2011, which suggests this to be the average wage for university leavers in the capital.
It is also revealed as the average wage for the UK as a whole.
However, the data showed that individuals in regional areas of the nation are only likely to receive a starting salary of between £15,000 and £18,000.
Despite this, chief executive of Graduates Yorkshire Martin Edmondson was positive about the results.
He stated that "the opportunities for graduates are on the increase as employers recognise the business benefits of recruiting university leavers who can introduce new ideas and increase productivity".
The research found two-thirds of regional employers have recruited a graduate over the past year.
This news comes after the High Fliers recruitment survey revealed there has been an increase in the number of university leavers applying for jobs in the UK.
Posted by Keith Broomer
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