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    Graduate Careers Australia: GradStats 2016

    With the cessation of Government funding, the AGS concluded after the 2015 survey, with the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT – suite of surveys replacing it. Over the years, GradStats has given a summary of national AGS data concerning the destinations of Australian resident bachelor degree graduates. This edition will endeavour to provide a summary link between the last AGS figures and the first related QILT results. Figures for 2016 quoted in this publication largely come from the QILT Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS) 2016 National Report (which can be downloaded from

    Download: GradStats 2016
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    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 was replaced by the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) suite of surveys – see


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    Graduate Opportunities

    Graduate Opportunities is a publication for new graduates in Australia. It is a reference tool for final-year students and graduates on the cusp of their careers, as well as mid-degree students seeking undergraduate work experience.

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    Inherent requirements of a job: legal finding

    Melvin v Northside Community Service Inc (1996) EOC - Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission.

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    Job Outlook

    Job Outlook is a careers and labour market research information site to help you decide on your future career.

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    Job Search

    Australian wide job search for all types of vacancies, job outlooks, job network services, work for the dole, resume writing, volunteering and job pathways.

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    JobAccess offers help and workplace solutions for people with disability and their employers. JobAccess is an initiative of the Australian Government to support the employment of people with disability. You can find useful information about reasonable adjustments, disclosure of disability, disability employment case studies, tools and checklists.

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    JobAccess - Stories

    These stories describe the diverse experiences of people with disability in the workforce, including their experience using JobAccess, disclosing disability and employer flexibility.

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    JobAccess: Employer Toolkit

    The JobAccess Employer Toolkit is an online resource to guide employers through the entire process of employing people with disability, using simple, straightforward videos, downloadable resources and highlighting real-life case studies.  The Employer Toolkit covers a range of topics relating to disability employment, including creating inclusive policies, finding and interviewing jobseekers with disability, and making adjustments in the workplace.

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    JobAccess: Employment Assistance Fund

    The Employment Assistance Fund (formerly Workplace Modification Scheme WMS) helps people with disability and mental health condition by providing financial assistance to purchase a range of work related modifications and services. Assistance is available for people who are about to start a job or who are currently working, as well as those who require assistance to find and prepare for work.