ABS Labour Force data including the latest employment and unemployment data.Australian Jobs
The Australian Jobs 2012 report provides up-to-date information about jobs, including a guide to the occupations and industries in which Australians work. It highlights jobs with good prospects and includes information at a State/Territory and regional labour markets level.Australian Regional Labour Markets
This quarterly publication presents statistics on employment, unemployment, the unemployment rate and the participation rate by ABS Labour Force Region.Department of Immigration and Citizenship
This website offers information on visas, immigration, skilled migration and citizenship.DEEWR Monthly Leading Indicator
The DEEWR Monthly Leading Indicator of Employment is produced monthly and is based on four weighted time-series variables, which are conventionally viewed as partial forward indicators of changes in cyclical employment.Job Outlook
Job Outlook complements the Australian Jobs publication and provides detailed and forward-looking information for around 350 occupations.Regional and Industry Reports
Provides findings from regional and industry based surveys of employers regarding their recruitment experiences.Skilled Occupation List (Department of Immigration and Citizenship)
Information on changes in general skilled migration and links to the list of occupations included in the Skilled Occupation List (SOL).SkillsInfo
SkillsInfo provides comprehensive data on industry employment trends and industry prospects in Australia. SkillsInfo also provides information and links on the Australian labour market, vacancy trends, skills shortages, regional employment, and education and training.
National, State and Territory Skill Shortage Lists
Listings of current shortages in each state and territory, and at national level, based on the DEEWR skill shortage research program, which covers around 130 highly skilled occupations.Occupational Skill Shortage Reports
A suite of publications which provide an overview of the labour market and details of skill shortages, for Australia and for the states and territories. These publications are updated every six months.Small Area Labour Markets
Estimates of the number of unemployed persons and unemployment rates for approximately 1400 Statistical Local Areas across Australia.