SPOT­LIGHT ON QUEENS­LAND

OVER­VIEW OF THREE KEY IN­DUS­TRIES THIS WEEK

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ED­U­CA­TION IN­DUS­TRY SNAP­SHOT

The ed­u­ca­tion and train­ing sec­tor is fore­cast to have the third-largest con­tri­bu­tion to new jobs growth na­tion­ally in the five years to May, 2023, the Jobs de­part­ment re­ports. It es­ti­mates 113,000 new work­ers will be re­quired. Growth in the school-aged pop­u­la­tion is driv­ing the in­crease in need for school ed­u­ca­tion work­ers, while more non-teach­ing staff also are be­ing em­ployed.

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Head of Data and Ped­a­gog­i­cal Prac­tices — Marist Col­lege

SO­CIAL AS­SIS­TANCE IN­DUS­TRY SNAP­SHOT

The health­care and so­cial as­sis­tance sec­tor will have the most new jobs in the five years to May, 2023, at 250,300, the Jobs de­part­ment finds. The im­ple­men­ta­tion of the Na­tional Dis­abil­ity In­sur­ance Scheme is largely driv­ing the jobs growth, how­ever, in­creas­ing de­mand for child­care as well as home­based care ser­vices for peo­ple with a dis­abil­ity and the aged also is con­tribut­ing to the pro­jected growth.

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Dis­abil­ity em­ploy­ment ad­vo­cates – Tursa

GOV­ERN­MENT IN­DUS­TRY SNAP­SHOT

The pub­lic ad­min­is­tra­tion and safety sec­tor is fore­cast to have steady growth in the five years to May, 2023, with 37,700 new jobs cre­ated, the Jobs de­part­ment re­ports. The sec­tor will have the sixth­largest con­tri­bu­tion to new jobs na­tion­ally and em­ploys staff in myr­iad ar­eas rang­ing from lo­cal, state and fed­eral gov­ern­ment agen­cies to po­lice, law, emer­gency ser­vices and de­fence forces.

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Queens­land Gov­ern­ment Dept of Hous­ing & Pub­lic Works

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