1 GradFiles Schools Edition, December Uni Graduates: Work, Salaries, Study and Course Satisfaction Graduate Careers Australia (GCA) conducts an annual survey of new graduates shortly after the completion of their studies. The Graduate Destination Survey (GDS) looks at how many graduates are in work or are seeking, what they are earning, and whether or not they are studying for another qualification. The survey also gathers information as to how satisfied graduates were with particular aspects of their course. This publication provides information about recently qualified bachelor degree graduates for students who are considering university, their parents, and the secondary school community. A bachelor degree is an entry-level university qualification and is usually the first qualification after secondary school. Our other Graduate Destination Survey summary, GradStats, gives more details Graduates at a glance: Of bachelor degree graduates who were available for 1 in 2005, 80.9 per cent (79.7 per cent last year) were in within four months of completing their degrees. A further 12.3 per cent (12.9 per cent last year) were working on a part-time or casual basis while continuing to seek. An additional 6.9 per cent (7.4 per cent last year) were not working and still looking for at the time of the survey. These figures represent an improved level of demand for new graduates after figures levelled out between 2002 and Further, for two years running there has been a drop in the percentage of those not working while seeking. Over one-fifth of respondents (22.5 per cent - down from 23.4 per cent last year) were undertaking further study after completing their qualification. The median annual starting salary for bachelor degree graduates in their first was $40,000 ($38,000 last year). This was 81.8 per cent of average earnings, up slightly from 81.6 per cent last year, and down from 82.0 per cent in 2003, and 82.7 per cent in Males earned a starting salary of $40,000 (up from $39,000 last year) and females earned $39,000 (up from $38,000 last year). Overall satisfaction with courses as measured by the Course Experience Questionnaire (CEQ) remains at a high level, with 89.8 per cent of graduates expressing broad satisfaction with their courses. * The word median is used in this publication and is defined as the middle value in a frequency distribution, ie., below and above the which lie an equal number of values. 1 This group comprises graduates who have not gone on to further study, and who are either in, or are looking for.
2 Check GradsOnline at: Employment The following section gives an overview of graduate over the last few years. Table 1: Activities of bachelor degree graduates, by sex, (%). Available for (see Table 1a) In study In part-time or casual, not seeking Not working, seeking part-time or casual only Unavailable for study or Total cases Total % Males , , , Females , , , Persons* , , , *Total persons might not equal males plus females as some respondents did not identify sex. Total % may not add to due to rounding. Table 1a: Breakdown of bachelor degree graduates available for, (%).Males In Seeking, not working Seeking, working part-time or casual Total seeking Total Total cases Males , , ,214 Females , , ,121 Persons* , , ,347 *Total persons might not equal males plus females as some respondents did not identify sex. Total % may not add to due to rounding.
3 GradFiles Schools Edition, December 2005 For people leaving secondary school this year, and starting a degree next year, it will be around three or four years (the average time it takes to complete a degree) before they will be looking for. While current graduate levels aren t immediately relevant to anyone finishing school now, they are certainly relevant to anyone about to finish university. However, it s a good idea for all secondary school and university students to be aware of graduate figures as they pursue their studies so that they can make informed decisions about their course, subject and job search choices. It s also worth remembering that graduates are less likely to be unemployed (for any length of time) than non-graduates. Australian Bureau of Statistics figures show that graduates have an un rate half that of non-graduates. As the tables above indicate, of bachelor degree graduates who look for work when they finish their degrees, eight in every 10 (80.9 per cent see Table 1a) have found it within four months (when the survey is completed). Of the remaining graduates still looking for work, 12.3 per cent were in part-time work while they were looking and the remainder (6.9 per cent) were not working. Research suggests that these two (out of 10) find work quite quickly, and that in the long term, un is not a great concern for university graduates. Another statistic worth noting is that, while females were slightly more likely than males to have been seeking at the time of the survey (19.5 per cent compared with 18.6 per cent), they were notably less likely than males (6.1 per cent compared with 8.2 per cent) to have been without any work while seeking. Salaries In 2005, the median annual starting salary for new bachelor degree graduates in their first was $40,000 (up from $38,000 last year). This was 81.8 per cent of an annual rate of average weekly earnings ($48,900 at the time). Overall, starting salaries for male graduates are slightly higher than those for female graduates, but the gap has been closing in recent years. Continuing a trend, the overall salary for females was 97.5 per cent of males earnings (97.4 per cent in 2004, 95.5 per cent in 2003, 94.6 per cent in 2002, 94.4 per cent in 2001, and 92.3 per cent in 2000 and 1999). Some of the difference is due to different course selection and choices (such as type of employer or the hours worked) that males and females make. Further Study Further study means doing another qualification after an initial degree. This can include a postgraduate qualification or it can mean studying for another qualification but not at postgraduate level, for example, an honours year at the end of, but part of, a bachelor degree. Postgraduate qualifications include awards like a graduate or postgraduate diploma, a masters degree or a doctorate, which is also known as a PhD (or Doctor of Philosophy). Further study is usually undertaken to improve work prospects, to gain a particular type or level of training or skill, or to gain entry into. In 2005, over one in every five new bachelor degree graduates (22.5 per cent see Table 1) continued in some type of study after their first degree. Males were slightly more likely than females (23.6 per cent compared with 21.8 per cent) to have undertaken further study.
4 Check GradsOnline at: Graduate Satisfaction The Course Experience Questionnaire measures bachelor degree graduates overall satisfaction with their courses. The graph below (Figure 1) shows that satisfaction levels have been consistently high since Satisfaction Broad satisfaction Dissatisfaction Figure 1: Level of satisfaction with course, bachelor degree graduates, Fields of Education Table 2 sets out some GDS figures for various fields of education. A field of education is defined as a discipline, or an area of knowledge and information. An individual field of education includes courses, specialisations and units of study with the same or similar vocational emphasis. For example, mathematics, law and education (ie., teacher training) are all individual fields of education. The information we gather on fields of education is usually of great interest to people considering university, as they can get a feel for the outcomes in the fields that interest them. It s important for intending students to obtain information regarding tertiary education from areas other than these statistics, as they provide a snapshot of tertiary education but not the whole picture. For example, the reason medical graduates have high levels is that they must serve an internship in a public hospital before they qualify for full registration, and therefore automatically have jobs to go to. Architecture and pharmacy graduates can have relatively low starting salaries because they must also complete further training requirements in their first job before they qualify for full registration. They go on to much higher salaries in subsequent years. These facts are not represented in the figures from the Graduate Destination Survey. Secondary school students should discuss postsecondary education issues with their teachers, careers advisers, parents, friends, and older students, and should also attend university course information days.
5 GradFiles Schools Edition, December 2005 Table 2: Breakdown of bachelor degree graduates available for, by field of education, 2005 (%). In (%) Seeking, not working (%) Seeking, working part-time or casual (%) Further study (%) Median starting salary ($,000) Agriculture Architecture Building Urban & Regional Planning Humanities Languages Visual & Performing Arts Social Sciences Psychology Social Work Business Studies Accounting Economics Education, Initial Education Post/Other Aeronautical Eng Chemical Eng Civil Engineering Electrical Eng Electron/Comp Eng Mechanical Eng Mining Eng Other Eng Surveying Dentistry Health, Other Nursing, Initial Nursing, Post-initial Pharmacy (pre-reg) Medicine Rehabilitation Law Law, Other Computer Science Life Sciences Mathematics Chemistry Physics Geology Veterinary Science Total % Total N 35,858 3,051 5,438 14,773
6 Check GradsOnline at: Occupations The following section lists the types of work graduates from the various fields of education were doing at the time of the GDS. The most common occupations, as reported by the new graduates, are listed after the field of education. The occupations are listed in order of the frequency with which they were mentioned by the graduates, ie., if counsellor is mentioned first, then it was mentioned most often by the respondents, and so on. Don t be put off by the regular occurrence of the occupation clerk. It can often represent a trainee position in a field in which the graduate is interested, and which can lead to more advanced positions later. Agricultural Science: agricultural or environmental scientist; clerk; manager; business ; manual worker; scientific officer; farmer; trades; other or para Architecture: architect; building technical officer; designer; clerk; manager Building: manager; building technical officer; designer; business ; clerk; quantity surveyor; architect; other building or engineering Urban and Regional Planning: urban and regional planner; manager; clerk; business or other Humanities: clerk; manager; business ; other ; journalist; visual or performing artist; teacher Languages: clerk; teacher; manager; business or other Visual and Performing Arts: clerk; designer or illustrator; teacher; manager; business or other ; visual or performing artist (other); manual worker; musician or composer; photographer; trades; actor/dancer; film/radio/tv/stage worker Social Science: clerk; manager; business or other ; welfare or counselling; teacher Psychology: clerk; welfare or counselling; business ; manager; psychologist; teacher; other ; health or science Social Work: social worker; welfare or counselling; clerk; manager; health or business Business Studies: clerk; manager; business ; accounting; marketing; personnel; other or para; computing Accounting: accountant; clerk; business and other ; manager; computing Economics: business ; clerk; manager; accountant; economist; other Education (initial teacher training): primary teacher; secondary teacher; preprimary teacher; other teacher; clerk; manager; other Education (post-initial teacher training): teacher; business ; clerk; manager; other Aeronautical Engineering: engineer or engineering technical officer; manager; business or other ; clerk; air transport Chemical Engineering: chemical engineer; other engineer; mechanical engineer; manager business, science or other Civil Engineering: civil engineer; other engineer; manager; engineering technical officer; business, science or building Electrical Engineering: electrical engineer; other engineer; manager; computing ; engineering technical officer; business ; clerk Electronic/Computer Engineering: computing ; electrical engineer; business ; other engineer; clerk; manager; engineering technical officer Mechanical Engineering: mechanical engineer; other engineer; manager; engineering technical officer; business ; clerk; computing Mining Engineering: mining engineer; other engineer and related s Other Engineering: engineering ; mechanical engineer; civil engineer; computing ; business ; engineering technical officer; manager; electrical engineer; mining engineer; science Surveying: surveyor; science, engineering or building Dentistry: dentist Health Sciences: medical imaging ; clerk; health, science and other ; medical or scientific technical officer; optometrist; manager; podiatrist; health ; dietitian; medical practitioner; nurse, medical records administrator; teacher, occupational therapist Nursing: nurse Pharmacy: pharmacist Medicine: medical practitioner; health Rehabilitation Studies: physiotherapist; occupational therapist; speech pathologist; other health or science Law: lawyer; legal clerk; manager; business or other ; accountant Law (other): police; lawyer; legal clerk; manager; business or other Computing: computer ; business ; clerk; manager; engineering or other Biological and Life Sciences: clerk; medical or science officer; manager; health ; environmental or life scientist; business or other ; teacher; other scientific or engineering Mathematics: business ; computing ; clerk; mathematician or statistician; manager; other ; organisations analyst; teacher; other science or engineering Chemistry: chemist (not pharmacist); medical or scientific technical officer; clerk; engineering ; other scientific or business Physical Science: engineering, science and other ; clerk; manager; scientific or engineering ; geologist or geophysicist Geology and Earth Sciences: geologist or geophysicist; environmental scientist; manager; clerk; engineering or building ; medical or scientific Veterinary Science: veterinarian
7 GradFiles Schools Edition, December 2005 The Last Word Entering a university or college usually requires much thought and research on behalf of the secondary school student. The choices you make about your university education shouldn t be taken lightly, but the rewards are immense and include personal growth, a fulfilling career with strong prospects and high earnings potential. Consult careers references at your school, talk to university careers advisers, investigate university websites and, especially, visit and GradsOnline at More information: School principals, teachers, careers advisers, students, and parents can purchase the reports Graduate Destinations, 2004, Graduate Starting Salaries 2004, and Graduate Course Experience, 2004 currently available from Graduate Careers Australia (GCA). Phone: (03) Facsimile: (03) Post: GCA, PO Box 28, Parkville, VIC, 3052 For further information on graduate, graduate destination statistics, and GCA, visit the GradsOnline website at Information on around 400 occupations is available in Job Outlook online at
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