McLaughlin, Patricia and Mills, Anthony 2006, Construction graduate salaries : the real story, in AUBEA 2006 : Proceedings of the 31st Australasian Universities Building Educators Association Conference, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, NSW, pp. 1-8.
Construction degrees are in significant demand in Australian universities. Entry students believe that graduation will lead to well-paid industry employment. Previous studies have identified trends in graduate starting salaries, but often combine categories of graduates to produce inadequate generalisations and salary averages. This study, conducted at RMIT University, Melbourne, examined a specific cohort of construction management students and provided an insight into their employment conditions and starting salaries. The results provide useful up to date information for undergraduate students and academic staff alike.
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