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Looking for Animal Care opportunities in Adelaide?

There are currently 9 Animal Care job openings in Adelaide*. The average salary for an Animal Care job in South Australia is $108,330.

The Australian Government Department of Employment estimates a projected employment growth to 2018 of 88,700 jobs for the Animal Care industry in Australia.

Gaining an Animal Care qualification will significantly increase your career prospects for Animal Care jobs in Adelaide. Studying an online course with an accredited Australian provider gives you the flexibility you need to study at your own pace.

Employment in the Animal Care industry in Adelaide

Adelaide has a population of 1,219,700, with a total of 603,600 people currently employed. The average job seeker age for Adelaide is 36 years and the current unemployment rate sits at 6%. Part-time workers make up 34% of the workforce in Adelaide.

Education in Adelaide

  • The percentage of people employed in Adelaide with a bachelor's degree or higher qualification: 27%
  • The percentage of people employed in Adelaide with a cert III or higher VET qualification: 34%
  • The percentage of people employed in Adelaide without a post-school qualification: 36%

*Job openings in October 2014
Sources: Trovit Australia, SEEK, MyCareer, Labour Market Information Portal, PayScale, Open Universities Australia, Australian Jobs 2014 Report and 2014 Employment Outlook to November 2018 Report.

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