Data on pay gap between male and female grads dropped

Pay gap data dropped

Data on graduate salaries has removed gender-based information because of concerns it was being misconstrued in stories about pay disparity. Graduate Careers Australia’s 2013 graduate jobs data does not mention the average salaries of men and women; instead it gives an overall figure for all graduates. This contrasts with its 2012 report, which highlighted a median annual salary of $55,000 for male graduates compared with $50,000 for females.

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