The Graduate Careers Australia Grad Stats report shows that the gender pay gap for starting salaries of graduates has increased.

Males started full-time work on a median salary of $55,000 (up from $52,000 in 2011) while females in full-time employment earned $50,000 (no change from $50,000 in 2011. (p.2)

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency has a useful Grad Stats fact sheet  that summarises key findings of the report from a gender equality perspective.

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