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Graduates leaving Wales.

Graduates leaving Wales.

Governments and employers should invest more in jobs for graduates, former university leader Prof Sir Deian Hopkin has said.

It comes as a report revealed more graduates left Wales than arrived between 2013 and 2016.

The proportion of graduates in jobs that do not require a degree was also higher than other nations or regions.

The Welsh Government said its retention of graduates was similar to many other parts of the UK.

Prof Sir Deian said graduate jobs had not been created by firms at the rate public sector jobs were lost.

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