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With employment intentions remaining positive, the jobs outlook is one of gathering
strength, the annual rate of jobs growth expected to reach 3.0% by February 2012.
Skills shortages are forecast to grow as unemployment is already low.
New South Wales
This state added an impressive 95,000 jobs in a year, close to a record. The stronger
economic growth, backed by better employment intentions, means jobs are forecast to
be growing by 3.3 % by February 2012.
Continues as a jobs powerhouse, with more jobs expected.
Although a short-term dip is anticipated due to the natural disasters and the recent
softening in confdence, this is expected to translate to a stronger jobs market in 2012
with annual jobs growth reaching 3.1% by February 2012.
The job market is expected to continue to beneft from the Mining Sector. With a robust
outlook for this sector, this means a strong jobs market and an annual rate forecast of
3.2% by February 2012.
After another good solid performance, the SA jobs market is forecast to continue to
grow, reaching 1.3% in the year to February 2012.
Full Time/Part Time (Australia) The nation adds 257,000 full time jobs in year, another 250,000 to come in 2011.
Professional/Managers (Australia) Jobs for professionals and managers are also forecast to continue to grow.
With the NSW economy gathering growth momentum, the outlook for the Professional/
Managerial Sector is strong, positions forecast to grow by 3.0% by November 2011.
With the Victorian economy continuing to grow, forecasts are showing continued
strong growth in this market, although not at the speed experienced in the frst half of
2010, which was quite exceptional.
With the Queensland economy expected to return to better times with the
reconstruction effort, more growth is expected in the managerial and professional job
areas. By November 2011, jobs are forecast to be growing at a solid 2.4% on an annual
With the Mining Sector forecast to go from strength to strength, the forecast for the
WA Professional & Managerial Sector is for increased growth, with jobs rising by 3.3%
in the year ended November 2011.
The SA economy is forecast to continue to grow and as a consequence, positions for
professionals and managers are expected to grow again, with jobs rising by 0.7% in the
November 2011 quarter.
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More jobs to come, skills shortages are going to increase
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