University graduates are workforce ready and are succeeding in the job market, according to a survey of 2011 graduates of Ontario university undergraduate programs. Read the 2013 survey results, ...

Graduate Survey 2013

Published: September 3, 2014

University graduates are workforce ready and are succeeding in the job market, according to a survey of 2011 graduates of Ontario university undergraduate programs. Read the 2013 survey results, including employment rates and earnings of graduates six months and two years after graduation.

The best path to career success for Ontario students is still a university degree.
  1. Six months after graduation, graduates from the following programs had employment rates of above 90 per cent: computer science, dentistry, forestry, kinesiology/recreation/phys-ed, law, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, therapy and rehabilitation, veterinary medicine.

Two years after graduation, the average annual salary for graduates of undergraduate degree programs was $49,398 and 93 per cent had jobs.
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