Unrepresentative, hence invalid.
Again you're citing the 'invalid' study. And anyway, are you really suggesting that computing is not a desirable course? Technology is probably one of the fastest growing industries in the world and you think a computing (engineering) degree from the UK's second best uni in the field is not desirable to employers.(Original post by PQ)
No - I'm emphasising the the population with salary data is a subset of the overall graduating class. Unemployed or further study graduates aren't even ASKED for their salary/income information.
If only 2/3 of a degree graduates are employed then it doesn't matter how much those graduates are paid - it doesn't indicate that the course is desirable to employers.
From GCSE to A level, it's all changing