Life after Philosophy
Employers very often want people who are adaptable rather than those who are already trained along particular lines. Philosophy graduates have learnt how to identify, analyse and solve problems, and to present their solutions in clear, precise and concise arguments. These are very valuable skills in the workplace, and also provide a good intellectual basis for vocational training. Indeed, they constitute the 'Key Skills' currently identified by the Government as required for a successful career in a competitive job-market. There are philosophy graduates in law, government, the media, management consultancy, accountancy, social work, business in general, teaching, stained glass windows manufacture, and many other lines of work.
(Stained glass windows manufacture I'm aware looks totally out of place and must be somewhat tongue-in-cheek; I and my philosopher friends found it incredibly amusing when I first came across it.)
Any other ideas?