A study by University of York’s School of Nursing found that graduates with a high school degree were able to make better career decisions than those who only completed a high-school diploma.

In a study published in the Journal of Higher Education, the School of Nurse was able to show that students with a Bachelor’s Degree were more likely to be hired in their chosen profession.

The study found that a bachelor’s degree from an approved college had a greater impact on graduates’ job-search prospects.

The degree was also seen as more desirable for prospective employers, which may have been the reason for the increase in the number of nurses and allied health professionals being employed in the UK.

The research was carried out at the University of Warwick, and involved more than 7,000 students from over 100 universities.

It looked at whether the degree would help students find work and provide them with a job with a higher salary.

It was found that employers were most likely to hire nurses from a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree, and they were more than twice as likely to use a bachelor of Arts (BA) degree.

“It was also found that BSc graduates were more successful in their careers than those with Bachelors of Science degrees,” said Dr Claire Murphy, lead author of the study.

“We hope that this study will help us to better understand how the different types of post-graduate training affect employment and employment outcomes.”

In particular, we wanted to understand how BSc and BA graduates might compare with other types of graduates who had been trained in the same subjects.

“The study also looked at the impact of higher-level post-graduation courses.

The University of Manchester was the only university to show a positive impact on employment, with graduates earning an average salary of £50,000.”

This suggests that the high levels of university-level learning can help students get a better education than they would otherwise be able to get in their career,” said Professor John McQuay, the lead author.”

The study shows that a university-educated workforce is more productive, more diverse and more attractive to employers.

“Dr Murphy added: “We want to encourage people to pursue a career in nursing, as we can see the benefits that come from our high-level degrees.

“The National Institute for Nursing and Midwifery has also supported the study, and said that the benefits of higher level post-career education were great for the country.”

We hope the study will be a useful resource for nursing graduates and employers looking to make the most of this unique opportunity.”