What professions and in which industries will be the jobs of the future be in?
20 April 2016
How do you use broader information on workforce matters when negotiating with your employees? It is important for IR professionals to consider data on the future of jobs in Australia and what impact may be seen in the workplace you operate in. Will it put pressure on job numbers and wage expectations or change pressure to severance conditions?
A recent article in The Age explored the federal government’s review of the skilled occupations list that identifies professions and trades that appear almost future proof.
So, where the jobs will be and where won't they be?
Some of the jobs in growing demand are: glaziers, floor covering installers, aged care workers and accountants.
While some of the jobs in areas of shrinking demand are: doctors, nurses, dentists, primary school teachers and ship engineers.
Read more and use the interactive tool at: http://www.theage.com.au/business/workplace-relations/where-future-jobs-will-be--and-where-they-wont-20160329-gnt70a.html
At the same time, IBISWorld has reported encouraging news that employers in Australia are creating five times more jobs each year than they are losing.
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