9 KEY STATISTICS ON EMPLOYMENT OUTCOME OF GRADUATES FROM INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING, 2007–2011
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REPORT ON WAGES IN SINGAPORE, 2011TABLE 9
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KEY STATISTICS ON EMPLOYMENT OUTCOME OF GRADUATES FROM INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING, 2007–2011
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InstitutionsEmployment Rate (%)Median Monthly Gross Starting Salary ($)
of Graduates in Full-time Permanent Employment
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Full–time Permanent Part–time/Temporary Total20072008200920102011p
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20072008200920102011p20072008200920102011p20072008200920102011p
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Universities89.887.384.784.886.44.74.05.85.95.094.591.390.690.791.42,7502,8502,7002,9003,000
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Polytechnics
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Fresh Graduates75.368.562.868.567.017.721.325.723.025.193.089.888.591.592.11,7001,8001,7001,8001,850
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Post-NS Graduates82.376.071.181.380.110.411.816.614.114.692.787.887.795.494.72,0002,0002,0002,0002,100
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Institute of Technical
Education (ITE)
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Fresh Graduates71.161.957.657.863.521.826.323.526.920.692.988.381.184.784.11,2171,3001,2001,2911,300
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Post-NS Graduates79.876.478.478.379.714.214.410.012.010.093.990.888.490.489.61,4001,6001,5001,6001,600
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Source: Graduate Employment Surveys conducted by various institutions of higher learning
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Notes : 1 Employment rate refers to the proportion of economically active graduates (i.e. graduates who have entered the labour market) who were employed
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as at the reference date, approximately 6 months after completing their final examinations.
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2 Full-time permanent employment refers to employment of at least 35 hours a week and where the employment is not temporary.
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It includes those on contracts of one year or more. Before 2009, full-time employment refers to employment where normal hours of work is 30 hours or more.
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3 Part-time or temporary employment refers to employment of less than 35 hours a week and where employment is casual, interim or seasonal.
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It includes those on contracts of less than one year.
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4 Monthly gross starting salary comprises the basic salary, fixed allowances, overtime pay and commissions. Bonuses are excluded.
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5 Fresh graduates refer to those who had completed their studies in the year and they are mostly women who were not liable for National Service (NS) after graduation
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or had already completed their NS.
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6 Post-NS graduates refer to male graduates who had completed their studies about 2 years earlier.
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For example, 2011 data refers to male graduates who completed their full-time NS between April 2010 and Mar 2011 for Polytechnics and ITE graduates.
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7 Universities refer to Nanyang Technological University (NTU), National University of Singapore (NUS) and Singapore Management University (SMU).
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8 Polytechnics refer to Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP), Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP), Republic Polytechnic (RP), Singapore Polytechnic (SP)
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and Temasek Polytechnic (TP).
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9 The data are preliminary estimates.
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