Appendix 2 - Information on teachers salary rates

Appendix 2 - Information on teachers salary rates

Salary rates at 1/1/98 as supplied by the Australian Education Union

CLASSROOM TEACHER SALARY RATES 1/1/98

Tasmania

Northern Territory

Queensland

     15/8/97

7/8/97                            7/8/98

       1/7/97

 

 

Band 1

1. 27,490 3YT MIN

T1   26,893 2Ytmin       27,700

1. 27,840 3YT min

2. 28,354

T2   29,852 3Ytmin       30,748

2. 28,630

3. 29,220

T3   31,409 4Ytmin       32,351 3YT min

3. 29,590

4. 30,082 4YT MIN

T4   39,022                    34,013 4YT min

4. 30,611

5. 31,629

T5   34,882                    35,928 5YT min

Band 2

6. 33,257

T6   36,526                    37,622

5. 31,464 4YT min

7. 34,970

T7   38,858                    40,024

6. 33,206

8. 36,773

T8   40,233                  41,440 3YTbarrier

7. 34,947

9. 38,666

T9   41,814                    43,068

8. 36,695

10. 40,655

T10  45,128                   46,482

9. 38,443

11 42,570 4YT MAX

T11 46,476                    47,870 4YT max

               3YT soft barrier

 

Note: from 1/1/98 3YT teachers start at T3 & 4YT at T4

Band 3

 

 

10. 39,901

 

 

11. 41,362

 

 

12. 42,815

 

 

13. 44,271 4YT max

 

 

 

AST1   44,060

Mt1=107.5%of sal. to max of 96% of ET

AST1            45,672 4YT

AST2   45,313

2 salary ie.

Allowance     1,401  3YT

AST3   47,770

            49,416      50,898

 

 

MT2=112.5% to max:

 

 

            51,475      53,019

 

 

MT3=120% to max:

            55,771      57,444

 

 

                         Victoria

                 New South Wales

           17/3/97*             9/2/98*

 

Level 1

        1/7/98        1/7/98        1/7/99           % increase

1.           28,966                 29,737           

1.       25,693         26,464           27,258          16.95 Student teachers

2.           30,019                 30,854

2.       28,005         28,845           29,710           16.95 2YT MIN

3.           31,071                 31,970 4YT MIN

3.       29,871         30,767           31,690           16.95 3YT MIN

4.           32,638                 33,617

4.       31,418         32,361           33,332           16.95

5.           34,238                 35,265

5.       33,125         34,119           35,143           16.96 4YT MIN

6.           35,637                 36,912

6.       34,832         35,877           36,953           16.95 5YT MIN

7.           37,437                 38,561

7.       36,538         37,634           38,763           16.95

8.           39,035                 40,206

8.       38,247         39,394           40,576           16.95

9.           40,636                 41,855

9.       39,952         41,151           42386            16.95

10.         42,235                 43,502

10.     41,659         42,909           44,196           16.95

11.         43,835                 45,150

11.     43,365         46,426           47,819           16.95

12.         44,987                 46,337 2YT 3YT

12.     45,074         46,426           47,819           16.95

                                           & 4YT max

13.     46,781         48,148          50,000*          17,82 2/3/4/5YT MAX

 

 

                                                    17/3/9    9/2/98

Level 2 Appointment          47,873  49,310

Level 2 Accreditation          48,999               50,469

Level 3 Appointment          49,862   51,358

Level 3 Accreditation          51,109               52,642

*Note this figure could be higher contingent on the pool of money available with the abolition of the Advanced Skills Teacher Classification.

 

*Note the rates marked with an asterisk are above award payments that the Victorian Branch has advised members to accept while the Union pursues higher increases.

 

 

AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

 

1/1/98

1/7/98

1/1/99

1/7/99

%  increase

1.

31,307

31,620

32,094

32,415

11.5 3YT MIN

2.

32,692

33,019

33,514

33,849

11.5 4YT MIN

3.

34,249

34,592

35,111

35,462

11.5 5YT MIN

4.

36,008

36,368

36,914

37,283

11.5

5.

37,634

38,001

38,581

38,967

11.5

6.

38,854

39,242

39,831

40,229

11.5

7.

40,138

40,540

41,148

41,559

11.5 3YTsoft barrier

8.

41,694

42,111

42,742

43,170

11.5

9.

43,188

43,619

44,274

44,716

11.5

10.

44,538

44,983

45,658

46,115

11.5

11.

46,049

46,510

47,207

47,679

11.5

12.

47,504

47,979

48,699

49,186

11.5 4/5YT MAX

 

 

 

 

 

 

Master Teacher

48,358

49,083

49,574

50,318

50,821       11.5

                                                               

Western Australia

South Australia

Level 1

             1/7/97        1/12/97          1/7/98          1/12/98

 

  

1.          25,116

1.            24,908         25,240           25,682         25,904

2.          26,421

2.            26,638         26,993           27,466         27,703

3.          27,944

3.            28,252         28,629           29,131         29,382 3YT MIN

4.          29,149 3YT MIN

4.            30,097         30,498           31,033         31,301

5.          31.035 4YT MIN

5.            32,403         32,835           33,411         33,700 4YT MIN

6.          32,863 5YT MIN

6.            34,075         34,529           35,135         35,438

7.          35,249

7.            35,747         36,224           36,859         37,177

8.          36,838

8.            37,419         37,918           38,583         38,915

9.          39,426

9.            39,092         39,613           40,308         40,655

Level 2

10.          40,763         41,307           42,031         42,394

10.        40,638

11.          42,435         43,001           43,755         44,132

11.        42,320

12.          44,049         44,637           45,420         45,811 4YT MAX

12.        45,493 4YT MAX

 

 

Key

Teacher 46,047          46,661           47,480         47,889

AST1 $1,200 in addition to any level 2 rate or in addition to any level 1 rate (3YT 5 years experience)

AST1     45,549         46,156           46,966         47,371

AST2     48,201         48,843           49,700         50,129

AST3     50,853         51,531           52,435         52,888

Teachers Salaries Relative to Average Weekly earnings 1974 to 1997

         Date of Wages Increase

 

       Average Weekly Total
      Earning F/T Adult Male

       

              %

1974            4th October

       $154.20

           146.6

1975          19th October

       $157.60

           153.8

1976          26th November

       $195.50

           138.9

1977          23rd December

       $212.50

           136.9

1978          22nd December

       $228.20

           135.5

1979           7th December

       $248.90

           133.7

1980           7th November

       $289.70

           132.2

1981           8th May

       $294.30

           139.8

1982           1st January

       $336.40

           138.6

1983           7th October

       $394.10

           128.6

1984           6th April

       $415.70

           126.6

1985         15th November

       $453.60

           123.6

1986         11th July

       $476.20

           120.4

1987         27th November

       $516.30

           117.5

1988         16th September

       $538.80

           117.2

1989         22nd December

       $595.90

           110.8

1990         31st August

       $616.90

           111.5

1991         13th September

       $637.90

           117.0

1992

 

 

1993         17th December

       $691.80

           111.1

1994         14th December

       $724.50

           111.1

1995          1st September

       $751.00

           108.3

1996         27th August

       $778.20

           110.7

1997           1st July

       $790.60

           113.4

Source:  Submission no 281, vol16, p 16 (Independent Education Union of Australia)

The following pages have been taken from
What Jobs Pay by Rod Stinson (1995)

Salary comparison by age and grouping[1]

Pre-Primary School Teachers

This group has the lowest salaries of all school teachers. A small number of pre-primary school teachers are self-employed, mainly in pre-schools and child care centres which they or their families operate. There is not a lot of scope for non-salary employment benefits.

Primary School Teachers


Primary school teachers continue to earn less then their secondary counterparts.  This is mainly due to the linking of pay scales to the length of training as well as to the number of years of professional experience.  As more primary school teachers complete four years of professional training, average payrates will rise.

Secondary School Teachers

Secondary school teachers earn the highest incomes in the school teachers group, but the increases in pay which come with greater experience are not as large as in many other professions.  This profession has no significant non salary employment benefits.

Comparative salaries[2]

The 1996 median starting salary for education graduates was 83.3% of average earnings, or $29,000 ($30,00 for males and $28,600 for females). The 1996 rank was 10/23 (9/23 in 1995).   The growth index was 290.0 (291.3 for males and 291.8 for females). The field represented 11.5% of the respondents used in this analysis.  Females made up 84.3% of education respondents.

From a high point of 104.2% of average earnings in 1977, salaries for education graduates fell to 88.8% in 1987.  This was the same year in which education salaries first fell below the all fields median.  The 1990 figure was the lowest comparative point to date that salaries have reached. In 1991, education salaries rose above the all fields figure for the first  time since 1986 but fell away again in 1992-3 to a new low just below the all fields figure.  Since 1993, salaries for education graduates have risen above the level for all fields and were 83.3% of average earnings in 1996.

Demand for initial education graduates (those completing their first professional teaching qualification) has not been strong over the last few years, with 17.6% still seeking full-time employment in 1990, 33.4% in 1991 and 41.5% in 1992, before a small fall to 36.7% in 1993, levelling out at 36.9% in 1994, before falling to 25.4% in 1995 and 21.2% in 1996 (GCCA 97, p.25).

The ranking of education was always in the ten best paid fields between 1977 and 1987 (with a hight point of fourth in 1979).  Between 1988 and 1990, the ranking fell to 13th and 14th but jumped back to seventh in 1991. The following year saw a fall to 11th in rank and to 12th in 1993 before a move back into the ten best paid fields from 1994 to 1996.

Salaries for teachers are largely governed by award rates.

Graph ED

Median starting salaries of bachelor degree graduates in first full-time employment and aged less than 25, 1996 ($,000), with the number of respondents within each cell shown in italics below the related salary figure.

Graduate Starting Salaries, 1996, Table 1, Page 6

 

Aust
Govt.

State
Govt.

Total
Govt.

Prof.
Prac.

Ind./
Com

Schools

Tert.
Edu.

Total
Edu.

TOTAL

Males

Females

Accounting

27.7

28.0

27.8

26.0

27.5

 

 

27.3

27.0

27.0

26.6

 

54

63

134

696

552

 

 

11

1445

690

755

Agricul. Science

 

26.8

26.8

 

25.0

 

 

 

26.0

26.7

26.0

 

 

61

73

 

138

 

 

 

227

146

81

Archit.& Bldg

 

27.4

30.0

22.0

27.0

 

 

 

26.0

27.2

25.0

 

 

14

58

87

118

 

 

 

272

158

114

Art & Design

 

 

26.3

 

23.0

29.3

 

28.6

24.0

24.0

24.0

 

 

 

16

 

171

13

 

21

230

65

165

Biolog. Sciences

27.9

27.0

27.6

28.0

26.5

 

28.5

28.2

27.4

27.7

27.3

 

68

111

206

24

351

 

69

78

723

245

478

Comp. Sciences

32.5

29.0

31.0

28.7

30.0

 

30.0

30.0

30.0

30.1

30.0

 

41

53

98

22

430

 

22

26

604

413

191

Dentistry

 

39.5

39.5

41.6

 

 

 

 

40.0

40.0

40.0

 

 

39

48

43

 

 

 

 

91

48

43

Earth Sciences

 

29.0

30.0

 

35.0

 

 

 

35.0

35.0

34.2

 

 

11

19

 

116

 

 

 

147

99

48

Econom.B’ness

27.5

27.5

27.5

26.0

27.0

 

29.0

29.0

27.0

28.0

27.0

 

170

107

296

91

1273

 

31

36

1771

715

1056

Education

27.2

27.5

27.2

 

24.0

29.0

29.5

29.0

29.0

30.0

28.6

 

12

26

53

 

111

1411

16

1427

1660

260

1400

Engineering

34.0

31.7

32.3

31.0

33.5

 

30.1

30.1

32.5

32.5

33.0

 

120

129

289

286

925

32

32

32

1562

1260

302

Humanities

26.6

27.0

27.0

26.0

25.0

29.3

25.0

28.0

25.0

26.0

25.0

 

105

67

187

27

560

57

31

88

921

214

707

Law

29.0

28.1

28.5

24.0

31.9

 

 

 

26.5

27.3

26.0

 

51

52

103

350

61

 

 

 

521

230

291

Mathematics

28.4

 

28.2

 

30.5

 

 

 

30.0

31.0

28.0

 

24

 

34

 

82

 

 

 

134

72

62

Medicine

40.0

40.0

40.0

 

 

 

 

 

40.0

40.0

40.0

 

16

384

401

 

 

 

 

 

416

210

206

Optometry

 

 

 

35.0

 

 

 

 

35.0

35.0

35.0

 

 

 

 

59

 

 

 

 

61

26

35

Other Soc.Sci.

28.3

26.0

27.0

26.2

25.0

 

 

25.0

26.0

27.0

25.2

 

24

57

89

12

127

 

 

10

260

68

192

Paramed. Study

27.8

27.5

27.5

28.0

27.0

27.9

28.5

27.9

27.5

28.6

27.0

 

149

1612

1791

21

454

20

10

30

2419

331

2088

Pharmacy

 

23.0

23.0

21.0

 

 

 

 

21.0

20.5

21.0

 

 

39

48

144

 

 

 

 

200

73

127

Physic. Sciences

31.7

26.2

28.8

 

30.0

 

26.0

30.0

29.4

30.0

29.0

 

17

20

40

 

124

 

14

23

200

109

91

Psychology

27.5

28.0

27.6

24.0

25.0

 

30.0

30.0

27.0

26.5

27.0

 

41

56

100

10

163

 

24

31

328

54

274

Social Work

32.5

29.0

29.0

 

28.0

 

 

 

28.9

29.8

28.8

 

14

61

80

 

15

 

 

 

139

10

129

Vet Science

 

 

 

30.0

 

 

 

 

30.0

30.0

30.0

 

 

 

 

111

 

 

 

 

117

51

66

TOTAL

28.5

28.0

28.0

27.0

28.0

29.0

29.0

29.0

28.0

30.0

27.5

 

944

2979

4165

2010

5775

1548

286

1834

14448

5547

8901

Males

31.7

30.0

30.0

28.0

30.0

30.0

30.0

30.0

 

30.0

 

Males N

384

795

1272

1033

2722

252

115

367

 

5547

 

Females

28.0

28.0

28.0

26.0

26.9

29.0

27.9

29.0

 

 

27.5

Females N.

560

2184

2893

977

3053

1296

171

1467

 

 

8901

ABS 20-24 yrs *

(1995)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

24.0

24.4

23.4

* (1995) ABS data for 20-24 years olds is used here due to the unavailability of 1996 ABS data on median salaries by age group.

Median starting salaries for graduates expressed as a percentage of the annual rate of average weekly earnings, 1997 - 1996[3]

 

1977

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

Accounting

90.6

87.6

85.6

85.1

84.2

83.7

79.6

81.0

81.9

88.0

92.0

89.6

87.1

83.3

80.4

77.0

76.9

76.7

77.6

Agricultural Science

102.1

97.3

99.2

94.3

92.1

88.8

87.8

89.3

86.0

87.6

89.2

85.8

84.3

83.3

80.4

78.6

76.9

79.4

74.7

Architecture & Bldg

90.6

85.0

94.4

87.9

82.4

78.1

76.0

84.4

78.3

83.3

77.9

80.2

79.4

70.0

70.7

72.3

70.8

73.7

74.7

Art & Design

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

85.5

76.1

69.7

69.3

67.5

72.3

67.7

69.0

69.0

Biological Sciences

97.9

91.2

88.8

87.2

83.6

84.3

80.6

85.9

86.0

85.8

86.7

83.6

82.9

81.0

80.4

78.6

78.5

76.7

78.7

Computer Science

106.2

100.0

100.0

98.6

95.8

96.1

92.9

94.6

93.2

96.6

99.2

96.3

94.1

93.3

90.0

88.1

86.2

87.0

86.2

Dentistry

159.4

153.1

144.0

134.8

129.1

116.9

130.1

125.4

123.1

129.2

123.3

119.4

127.5

116.7

128.6

110.1

120.0

123.9

114.9

Earth Sciences

101.0

97.3

95.2

101.4

95.2

87.1

89.8

90.7

95.0

98.3

106.0

93.3

87.1

82.3

87.5

94.3

92.3

88.8

100.6

Economics, Business

96.9

92.0

92.8

90.1

86.7

84.8

83.2

84.4

84.6

86.3

90.4

85.8

87.1

83.3

80.4

78.6

76.9

76.7

77.6

Education

104.2

100.9

97.6

97.9

93.9

95.5

93.9

91.7

90.5

88.8

90.4

85.8

84.0

86.7

82.3

79.6

81.5

81.4

83.3

Engineering

105.2

102.7

101.6

103.5

101.2

100.6

95.4

96.1

95.5

95.3

99.6

94.0

96.5

96.0

94.5

94.0

92.3

91.4

93.4

Humanities

96.9

86.7

86.4

83.7

81.8

81.5

78.1

80.5

81.0

80.7

85.5

78.7

76.7

76.7

74.0

72.3

73.8

73.7

71.8

Law

59.4

56.6

53.6

58.9

59.4

67.4

56.1

70.7

68.8

64.8

84.7

86.9

73.2

76.7

72.7

72.3

70.8

73.7

76.1

Mathematics

99.0

97.3

93.6

95.0

92.7

91.0

87.8

90.7

91.4

92.3

95.2

93.3

87.1

92.7

87.1

81.8

81.5

79.9

86.2

Medicine

138.5

108.8

120.0

121.3

120.0

123.6

119.4

122.9

112.7

10.9.9

111.6

104.5

122.0

103.3

115.8

125.8

123.1

118.0

114.9

Optometry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

105.6

104.5

104.5

100.0

102.9

106.0

98.5

100.3

100.6

Other Social Sciences

99.0

85.0

83.2

85.8

83.0

80.9

78.1

80.5

82.4

84.1

86.3

82.1

80.1

79.3

77.2

73.9

76.9

75.5

74.7

Paramedical Studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

93.2

85.8

83.6

83.3

80.4

79.9

80.0

76.7

79.0

Pharmacy

72.9

73.5

68.8

69.5

64.2

66.9

64.8

65.9

65.2

64.8

63.9

58.2

62.7

58.7

57.9

62.9

64.6

64.9

60.3

Physical Sciences

97.9

97.3

95.2

96.5

90.3

89.9

85.2

89.8

88.2

89.3

92.0

87.8

87.1

86.7

86.2

84.9

83.1

82.6

84.5`

Psychology

97.9

89.4

88.0

85.8

85.5

83.7

81.1

85.4

84.2

86.3

87.1

83.2

81.9

80.0

79.7

78.6

76.9

76.7

77.6

Social Work

106.2

98.2

99.2

95.0

89.7

95.5

92.9

94.6

91.4

91.8

90.8

87.7

85.4

84.7

83.6

84.0

81.8

80.5

83.0

Veterinary Science

100.0

99.1

97.6

90.8

87.3

85.4

79.6

82.9

85.5

88.4

92.4

87.7

87.1

86.7

86.8

84.9

86.2

82.6

86.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Male

102.1

98.2

96.8

96.5

92.7

91.0

89.8

90.7

91.9

91.8

95.6

93.7

89.5

88.3

86.8

84.9

83.1

82.6

86.2

Female

97.9

93.8

91.2

89.4

86.7

86.5

83.7

86.8

85.5

88.0

89.2

85.8

83.6

83.3

80.4

78.6

78.8

77.3

79.0

Total

100.0

96.5

94.4

93.6

90.3

89.3

87.8

88.8

89.6

89.7

92.4

89.6

86.8

84.3

82.6

80.2

80.0

79.6

80.5

 

[4] Median Starting salaries of Bachelor Degree Graduates in first full-time employment and aged less than 25, 1996 ($000).  Numbers in cells are shown below related salary figures.

 

Aust.
Govt.

State
Govt.

Total
Govt.

Prof.
Pract.

Ind./
Comm.

School

Tert.
Educ.

Total
Ed.

Total

Male

Females

Humanity

26.6

27.0

27.0

26.0

25.0

29.3

25.0

28.0

25.0

26.0

25.0

 

105

67

187

27

560

57

31

88

921

214

707

Psychol.

27.5

28.0

27.6

24.0

25.0

 

30.0

30.0

27.0

26.5

27.0

 

41

56

100

10

163

 

24

31

328

54

274

Soc.Work

32.5

29.0

29.0

 

28.0

 

 

 

28.9

29.8

28.8

 

14

61

80

 

15

 

 

 

139

10

129

OthSocSc

28.3

26.0

27.0

26.2

25.0

 

 

25.0

26.0

27.0

25.2

 

24

57

89

12

127

 

 

10

260

68

192

Account

27.7

28.0

27.8

26.0

27.5

 

 

27.3

27.0

27.0

26.6

 

54

63

134

696

552

 

 

11

1445

690

755

Econ.Bus.

27.5

27.5

27.5

26.0

27.0

 

29.0

29.0

27.0

28.0

27.0

 

170

107

296

91

1273

 

31

36

1771

715

1056

Law

29.0

28.1

28.5

24.0

31.9

 

 

 

26.5

27.3

26.0

 

51

52

103

350

61

 

 

 

521

230

291

Education

27.2

27.5

27.2

 

24.0

29.0

29.5

29.0

29.0

30.0

28.6

 

12

26

53

 

111

1411

16

1427

1660

260

1400

Phys.Scie

31.7

26.2

28.8

 

30.0

 

26.0

30.0

29.4

30.0

29.0

 

17

20

40

 

124

 

14

23

200

109

91

Biol. Scie

27.9

27.0

27.6

28.0

26.5

 

28.5

28.2

27.4

27.7

27.3

 

68

111

206

24

351

 

69

78

723

245

478

Math's.

28.4

 

28.2

 

30.5

 

 

 

30.0

31.0

28.0

 

24

 

34

 

82

 

 

 

134

72

62

Comp.Sci

32.5

29.0

31.0

28.7

30.0

 

30.0

30.0

30.0

30.1

30.0

 

41

53

98

22

430

 

22

26

604

413

191

Agric.Sci.

 

26.8

26.8

 

25.0

 

 

 

26.0

26.7

26.0

 

 

61

73

 

138

 

 

 

227

146

81

Earth Sci.

 

29.0

30.0

 

35.0

 

 

 

35.0

35.0

34.2

 

 

11

19

 

116

 

 

 

147

99

48

Vet.Scie.

 

 

 

30.0

 

 

 

 

30.0

30.0

30.0

 

 

 

 

111

 

 

 

 

117

51

66

Engineer.

34.0

31.7

32.3

31.0

33.5

 

30.1

30.1

32.5

32.5

33.0

 

120

129

289

286

925

 

32

32

1562

1260

302

ArchBldg

 

27.4

30.0

22.0

27.0

 

 

 

26.0

27.2

25.0

 

 

14

58

87

118

 

 

 

272

158

114

Medicine

40.0

40.0

40.0

 

 

 

 

 

40.0

40.0

40.0

 

16

384

401

 

 

 

 

 

416

210

206

Paramed.

27.8

27.5

27.5

28.0

27.0

27.9

28.5

27.9

27.5

28.6

27.0

 

149

1612

1791

21

454

20

10

30

2419

331

2088

Dentistry

 

39.5

39.5

41.6

 

 

 

 

40.0

40.0

40.0

 

 

39

48

43

 

 

 

 

91

48

43

Pharmacy

 

23.0

23.0

21.0

 

 

 

 

21.0

20.5

21.0

 

 

39

48

43

 

 

 

 

200

73

127

Optomet.

 

 

 

35.0

 

 

 

 

35.0

35.0

35.0

 

 

 

 

59

 

 

 

 

61

26

35

Art/Desig

 

 

26.3

 

23.0

29.3

 

28.6

24.0

24.0

24.0

 

 

 

16

 

171

13

 

21

230

65

165

All Fields

28.5

28.0

28.0

27.0

28.0

29.0

29.0

29.0

28.0

30.0

27.5

 

944

2979

4165

2010

5775

1548

286

1834

14448

5547

8901

Male

31.7

30.0

30.0

28.0

30.0

30.0

30.0

30.0

 

30.0

 

 

384

795

1272

1033

2722

252

115

367

 

5547

 

Female

28.0

28.0

28.0

26.0

26.9

29.0

27.9

29.0

 

 

27.5

 

560

2184

2893

977

3053

1296

171

1467

 

 

8901

Fields of study ranked according to level of starting salary, 1993 - 1996[5]

Fields of study

1993

1994

1995

1996

Dentistry

      2

        2

      1

    =1

Medicine

      1 

        1

      2

    =1

Optometry

      3

        3  

      3

    =2

Earth Science

      4

     =4

      5

    =2

Engineering

      5

     =4

      4

      3

Mathematics

      9

     =8

     10

    =4

Computer Science

      6

     =5

       6

    =4

Veterinary Science

      7

     =5

     =7

    =4

Physical Science

    =8

       6

     =7

      5

Education

     11

    =8

       8

      6

Social Work

    =8

       7

       9

      7

Paramedical Studies

     10

       9

   =12

      8

Biological Science

   =12

     10

   =12

      9

Psychology

   =12

   =11

   =12

   =10

Accounting

      13

   =11

   =12

   =10

Economics & Business

   =12

   =11

   =12

   =10

Law

   =15

   =13

   =14

      11

Other Social Sciences

     14

   =11

     13

    =12

Agricultural Science

   =12

   =11

     11

    =12

Architecture & Buildings

   =15

   =13

   =14

    =12

Humanities

   =15

     12

   =14

       13

Art & Design

   =15

     14

     15

       14

Pharmacy

     16

     15 

     16

       15

Source:  Graduate Destination Survey, 1996 p.13

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