http://static.guim.co.uk/static/ce988c035aadaf0a6ad0a7a7d51a0fabdf1359a4/common/images/logos/the-guardian/news.gifBy . Survey finds 3.2% of class of 2009 unemployed three and a half years after graduating, down on 2007 but up on 2005. Only a tiny percentage of students who graduated at the height of the recession are unemployed, according to a survey. More than eight out of 10 said they were satisfied with their career and two-thirds thought their course had given value for money, the survey of more than 60,000 graduates by the Higher Education Statistics Agency found. About 87% of the class of 2008-09 were in work three and a half years after graduating, 6.7% were engaged in further study and 3.2% were unemployed. Some 7.2% had been jobless six months after they graduated. Read more...