Job Prospects, Skill Shortages and Job Outlook. CEET Annual Conference Friday 28 October 2005 Labour Market Strategies Group (LMSG) Denis Hart. Overview of presentation. Five areas of discussion: Industry drivers of jobs growth Occupational employment trends
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CEET Annual Conference
Friday 28 October 2005
Labour Market Strategies Group (LMSG)
Five areas of discussion:
Health and Community Services
The graph shows employment growth (per cent) over the past five years and two years for this occupation, compared with all occupations.
The graph shows the employment level ('000) for this occupation for February, 1990 to 2005
Chefs and Cooks
Customer Service Managers
Financial Dealers/ Brokers
General Medical Practitioners
Human Resource Professionals
WaitersJobs with good prospects
Where are the skill shortages?
Why do skill shortages matter?
Information on skill shortages can:
Current vacancies at the local level (on AJS)
Education and training courses for each region (on Australian Training)
In-depth occupational information - O*Net from the United States (on Job Explorer)