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Correspondence Files

The correspondence files below can be used to understand the relationship between Employment Regions and other geographic units.

The files list the geographic units which make up each Employment Region. Geographic units that do not fall entirely within a single Employment Region are given a percentage according to how much of the population falls within the Employment Region. For these Employment Regions, the correspondence method may lead to small errors.

The correspondence files contain ABS quality ratings which indicate how closely the geographic units match each Employment Region. Care should be exercised in using correspondence files to convert data from one geographic basis to another, particularly where the quality rating is ‘Poor’, as the resulting data may not reflect the actual characteristics of the geographic areas involved. Further information about the ABS quality ratings is available from the ABS website

Please note that the correspondence files are based on the total population counts at the time of the 2011 Census. The geographic distribution of the total population may differ from the geographic distribution of the job seeker caseload population.

SA2 to Employment Region (Excel) (103.4KB) SA4 to Employment Region (Excel) (15.9KB) 2013 Postcode to Employment Region (Excel) (83.6KB) 2014 Suburb to Employment Region (Excel) (617.6KB) Employment Service Area (ESA) to Employment Region (Excel) (19.8KB)

Supporting data

Employment Projections

Where will the jobs be in the future? The Department of Employment projects employment growth over the next five years by region, industry, and occupation.

Vacancy Report

Online job advertising levels and trends by region, occupation and skill level are detailed in the monthly vacancy report.

Employers’ Recruitment Insights

The Survey of Employers' Recruitment Experiences is used to monitor recruitment conditions and to provide up-to-date information on regional labour market challenges.