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Future job openings for new entrants by industry and occupation
monographposted on 12.04.2021, 02:03 by Chandravadan Shah, Janine Dixon
This research provides forecasts of job openings by occupation and industry for new entrants to the Australian labour market. It does this by combining two employment-related estimates: 1) employment growth (or decline) in the industry or occupation; and 2) replacement needs; that is, the new workers required due to worker retirement or those leaving the occupation. This information may be useful to various stakeholder groups. Students and career advisors, for example, might use the information to make choices about occupational paths to follow, while policymakers might use the forecasts for long-term planning in education and training, as well as for workforce development purposes.