Graduate Outlook Survey
The Graduate Outlook Survey (GOS) was undertaken annually by Graduate Careers Australia (GCA) as a detailed investigation into graduate recruitment practices and trends in Australia and New Zealand. It investigated graduate intake numbers, recruiters’ perceptions of the calibre of their candidates, and the attributes which they considered most and least desirable in regard to their applicant pool. Current graduate recruitment practices were also examined in detail, including promotional techniques, recruitment through additional channels such as undergraduate programs and employee referrals, and the recruitment of international graduates.
Who is it of interest to?
As a survey of practices and trends in graduate recruitment, findings from the GOS are of great interest to businesses and organisations that employ new graduates. Graduates and soon-to-be graduates can use the findings from the GOS to identify what prospective employers are looking for—and what they do not want to see—in their graduate job applicants. Similarly, these findings can assist careers advisors in providing robust advice and guidance to those graduates who are about to take on the often-daunting task of entering the workforce for the first time.
Where can I see the latest findings?
GOS 2013 Industry Specific Summary Reports for Employers
GOS 2012 Industry Specific Summary Reports for Employers
2012 Accounting and Finance | 2012 Construction, Mining and Engineering | 2012 Communication, Technology and Utilities | 2012 Government, Defence and Health | 2012 Legal and Professional Services | 2012 Manufacturing
GOS 2011 Industry Specific Summary Reports for Employers
Accounting & Finance | Construction, Mining and Engineering |
Communication, Technology and Utilities | 2011 GOS LPS Industry Report | Manufacturing
To enquire about the results of this survey, or to obtain copies of earlier reports, email email@example.com.