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The fact that there are two almost identical threads, posted just five hours apart (>>/£$€¥/9125), is certainly suspicious.
I got my Psychology degree in 2008. I enjoyed it, but I have never used it ever in my life except for my first IT job, which insisted on only hiring people who got at least a 2:1 from a top-20 university. That was in 2016. In the intervening period, I alternated between NEETdom and telesales, because there's a knack to getting jobs and I don't have it. I don't think a different degree would have helped. I remember going to career days, and they all just talked about picking your favourite £50,000pa job from a list and choosing how much more to make out of it. The discovery that jobs don't come to you, and certainly didn't in late 2008, is a cause of enough anti-capitalist bitterness that I now post here.
I always wonder how those student satisfaction league tables work. I had a good time at university, even though I got no real-world skills, have very few memories worth repeating as anecdotes, and left university still a virgin. So would I have had a better time if I'd gone somewhere else? Who knows?