Graduate Destinations Report
In all, 68.8 per cent of new bachelor degree graduates available for full-time employment were in a full-time job within four months of completing their studies (up from 68.1 per cent in 2014), while another 19.9 per cent (down from 20.3 per cent in 2014) were working on a part-time or casual basis while seeking full-time employment (see Table 1a in GradStats). Graduates who reported having a disability had lower than average full-time employment figures, in 2015 the figure was 56.2 per cent. This is down from the 2014 figure of 61.6 per cent.
NOTE: The 2015 Australian Graduate Survey (AGS) was the last in the series. As such there will be no AGS reports for 2016 or following years. However, GCA will be producing series of reports based on the historical AGS data spanning the life of its existence since 1976.
The AGS has been replaced by the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) suite of surveys.