These are officially 2019’s most employable unis

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As the grad job rejections pile up, it's hard not to wonder if you've made a mistake with uni. Have you chosen an institution statistically unlikely to land you a job?

Well, the newly released Guardian university rankings have revealed the unis producing the most employable graduates.

They measures the percentage of grads who are in a good job or further study six months after graduation.

It's good news for academic heavyweights Imperial and Lancaster, who top the table. London South Bank, which usually finds itself languishing amongst the dregs of league tables, rounds out the top three.

In fact, grads from Swansea are as likely to end up unemployed as those from Cambridge.

Right at the bottom are Bolton at Goldsmiths, with only 58 per cent of grads landing a job.

Check out the top 40 here, which Oxford just managed to sneak into:

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