Overall, 76.6% of graduates were in full-time employment, with just 8.7% not working but looking for a full-time job. A further 14.8% were working full or part-time (presumably in stopgap roles) but also looking for a full-time job.
Marginally more computer science graduates (77.9%) were in full-time work, but 11.2% were unemployed and 8.8% were in a job but looking for a full-time position.
It's a similar story when it comes to salaries. The average graduate starting salary this year was $50,000. That's up from $49,000 in 2009, but when represented as a percentage of male average weekly earnings, graduate starting salaries have slipped backwards (78.1% vs 83.0%).
Computer science graduates are pulling in an average of $51,000 ($51,500 for males and $50,000 for females). That puts them in equal eighth place (with law) among the 23 fields of study.
Which subjects topped the starting salary league? See page 2.