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Australian Job Outlook

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 5:08pm Sunday 21 June 2009    Print Article

The Australian Government's Job Outlook careers and labour market research information website has recently been upgraded and  helps you decide on your future career. It now include a suite of charts that compare information for specific occupations within that occupational cluster.

The statistics are based on the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) monthly labour force survey and supplementary surveys. Job Outlook is a comprehensive source of information on occupational trends and prospects, including:
  • Job Prospects and ‘key indicators’
  • Employment levels and trends
  • Recent and future job growth
  • Employment by gender
  • Employment by full-time/part-time and average hours worked
  • Employment growth (five years) by gender and full-time/part-time
  • Employment by age group
  • Educational profile
  • Employment by State/Territory
  • Main employing industries for occupations
  • Job turnover and vacancy levels for occupations
  • Unemployment levels
  • Earnings (full-time before tax)




Article URL: http://www.recruitmentdirectory.com.au/Blog/australian-job-outlook-a211.html

Article Tags: job outlook job prospects australian employment deewr jobsearch.gov.au joboutlook.gov.au occupations employment levels employment growth occupation clusters employment industries career profiles australian bureau of statistics job turnover unemployment level

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