In 2017, the median salary for fresh graduates was $3,400. This is as compared to $3,300 in year 2016.
The top gross salary went (not surprisingly) to law degree holders from NUS and SMU, medicine from NUS, and those who did a double degree in business and computing from NTU. These earned $5,000 per month.
Computer Science and dental surgery ranked 2nd and 3rd respectively at $4,285 and $4,050.
The survey results are quite surprising I must admit. But it shows that computing is probably in great demand for a variety of sectors in Singapore's economy. With the rise of fields such as data analytics, machine intelligence and cybersecurity, these graduates are probably well - placed to take advantage of the digital economy.
The usual suspects of law, medicine and dentistry naturally command a high pay.