ABS Labour Force
ABS Labour Force data including the latest employment and unemployment data.
The Australian Jobs publication presents an overview of the current labour market and highlights the major changes which have occurred, including for industries and occupations.
Department of Home Affairs
This website offers information on visas, immigration, skilled migration and citizenship.
The Department of Education, Skills and Employment's Monthly Leading Indicator
The Department of Education, Skills and Employment's 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 is the Australian Government’s online guide to careers and trends in the labour market. Job Outlook has useful information on more than 1000 occupations, including job tasks, required skills, future prospects, and pay. This is a free resource that can support people at any age or stage of their working life. Job Outlook can help people make decisions about job search, study or further training, and has a number of features that can help people to move into or between jobs.
Regional and Industry Reports
Provides findings from regional and industry based surveys of employers regarding their recruitment experiences.
Skilled Occupation List (Department of Home Affairs)
Information on changes in general skilled migration and links to the list of occupations included in the Skilled Occupation List (SOL).
National, State and Territory Skill Shortage Lists
Listings of current shortages in each state and territory, and at national level, based on the National Skills Commission's 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 2,100 ABS Statistical Area Level 2s (SA2s) and 550 Local Government Areas (LGAs) across Australia.