Saturday, 15 October 2011
The graph show how many graduates have full time works four months after they graduated, is a comparison during 6 years since 1995 to 2001 in Australia.
Is possible to see the red column talk about females graduated, and the purple column about males graduated. The biggest peak for both was in 2000 when more than 84% of male had work, and around 83% of females. In contrast, the deep drop was in 1995 and 1997 when males had just over 80% and females 78% in both years.
The only case when males and females had the same number of percentage of Australian graduates with full-time jobs four months after graduating was in 2001, with more than 82% for both. In the other hand, in years 1996, 1998 and 1999 males had work in 81%, just over 80% and 82% (in the same order to each year), while females had work in 80%, just over 78% and 80% respectively.
This graph is the opportunity to know and compare the working life in Australian graduates and between women and men.