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Employment Characteristics

Data

Employment Level - Aug 2016 ('000)

0

Employment Growth - Five years to Aug 2016 ('000)

0

Employment Growth - Five Years to Aug 2016 (%)

0

Male Share of Employment - Year to Aug 2016 (%)

3,089

Female Share of Employment - Year to Aug 2016 (%)

48,708

Full Time Share of Employment - Year to Aug 2016 (%)

49,278

Average Full Time Hours - Year to Aug 2016

63,427

Median Weekly Earnings (full time employees) 2014 ($)

77,572

Projected Employment Growth - Five Years to Nov 2020 ('000)

0

Projected Employment Growth - Five Years to Nov 2020 (%)

0

Sources: ABS, Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly, cat. no. 6291.0.55.003, trend. Female, Male and full time data are four quarter averages of original data; Earnings data are ABS, Characteristics of Employment Cat. No. 6333.0, 2014; Department of Employment, 2016 employment projections, five years to November 2020.

Top 10 Occupations

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Number Employed

(four quarter average, 2015)


Sales Assistants (General)

0

Retail Managers

0

Registered Nurses

0

General Clerks

0

Receptionists

0

Truck Drivers

0

Accountants

0

Commercial Cleaners

0

Accounting Clerks

0

Office Managers

0

Sources: Four quarter average and custom data based on ABS Labour Force, Australia, Cat no: 6291.0.55.003.


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.