Graduate Outcomes: Data & Reports



The Graduate Outcomes Survey is a national survey distributed to all graduates of higher education institutions (HEIs), nine months after graduation.  The outputs of this nationwide survey highlight the current constraints or demands on new graduates, and give a picture of what graduates are doing in their early stage careers.

Each year, detailed outcomes are given for undergraduates and postgraduates, as well as international graduates.  Earnings analyses are also provided and each report contains a particular focus on an area of topical interest.  Furthermore, detailed Info-bytes dig down deeper into the Graduate Outcomes Survey dataset, demonstrating the breadth of insight the Survey provides.

  • What is the latest Graduate Outcomes Survey data available?

    The latest data available is the Graduate Outcomes Survey – Class of 2021 report, available here.  Data is also available for the Class of 2017 here, the Class of 2018 here and the Class of 2020 here.  The Class of 2019 was not surveyed due to the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Where can I find more detailed insights and data?

    The Research Info-Byte series gives much more detailed information on specific aspects of the Survey.

    Find and read all Info-Bytes here.

    Detailed data on earnings is available here. This includes predicted salaries for different types of graduates, graduate salaries by county of employment and association with socio-economic profile, and graduate earnings by HEI.

     

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