Graduate Salaries

The annual Graduate Salaries report presents a detailed investigation of graduate earnings, typically broken down by graduates’ field of education, sex, age, employment history, and industry of employment. The report focuses primarily on the ‘traditional’ graduate cohort: Australian citizens and permanent residents who have completed a bachelor degree, are aged less than 25 and are in their first full-time employment.

The Graduate Salaries report is released in two sections. The first section is a summary report that examines the key outcomes for our target group of graduates. The second section contains the tables and figures from both the summary report and from the original series of reports, released up until 2009. Both are available for free download below.

Graduate Salaries Report 2015 [Supplementary Tables and Figures]

Graduate Salaries Report 2014 [Supplementary Tables and Figures]

Graduate Salaries Report 2013 [Supplementary Tables & Figures]
Graduate Salaries 2013 Explanatory Notes

Graduate Salaries Report 2012 [Supplementary Tables & Figures]
Graduate Salaries 2012 Explanatory Notes

Graduate Salaries Report 2011 [Supplementary Tables & Figures]

Graduate Salaries 2010 [Supplementary Tables &Figures]

Graduate Salaries 2009

Throughout the report, we refer to an expanded AGS methodology document, and a series of explanatory notes that elaborate on a number of topics discussed in the report. These documents can be found below:

2010 AGS Methodology
Graduate Salaries 2010 Explanatory Notes