The Department of Employment's annual employment report card has been released revealing a soft job market and decline in non-skilled work. Here’s our state-by-state and industry-by-industry roundup, so you can plan for your future.
Adelaide has hit a rough patch in employment terms, so there’s no better time to take stock and see what the future might hold. The Jobs Australia 2014 report from the ABS will help point you in the right direction.
As agriculture, forestry and fishing continue to contract, which industries will take up the slack? The Jobs Australia 2014 report from the ABS follows the ups and downs of this shaky jobs market so you can put your eggs in a hardier basket.
With a large number of public sector jobs set to get the chop, where will the jobs be in the ACT? The Jobs Australia 2014 report from the ABS investigates the opportunities won and lost for the nation’s most highly educated workforce.
The Northern Territory may be the smallest labour market, but it has been punching above its weight in terms of growth lately. Find out what’s driving this success with the Jobs Australia 2014 report from the ABS and get on board jobs train.
Coming off the back of the highest employment growth in the country, Western Australia might need to brace itself for some post-mining boom realities. The Jobs Australia 2014 report from the ABS will help you future-proof your career.
Employment growth in Queensland is slightly below the national average – but are there industries that are set to boom? The Jobs Australia 2014 report from the ABS highlights the fast-growers and those to back away quietly from.
Employment has grown strongly in Victoria over the past five years, but with the decline of manufacturing and non-skilled work, where will the jobs be in future? The Jobs Australia 2014 report from the ABS tells you which industries are on the up.
With the largest workforce in the country and growth in mining halved, where will the jobs lie for New South Wales? The Jobs Australia 2014 report from the Australian Bureau of Statistics predicts the fastest-growing industries to 2018.