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1 Fastest growing occupations During the period from 2006 to 2011, the number of Education aides grew strongly by 27.4 per cent or 2,025 workers, with growth distributed across Melbourne (Figure 7.39). The second largest increase was in university lecturers (21.8 per cent), most significantly in the City of Melbourne, Monash and Whitehorse (Figure 7.43). Primary school teacher jobs registered a 11.5 per cent increase across Melbourne, with significant growth recorded along the city s western periphery (Figure 7.41). Figure 7.41: Change in Primary teacher by place work, Melbourne, 2006 to 2011 Whittlesea (C) Nillumbik (S) Figure 7.40: Primary teachers by place of work, Melbourne, 2011 Melton (C) Hume (C) Wyndham (C) Casey (C) Yarra Ranges (S) Brimbank (C) Boroondara (C) Casey (C) 250 to to to to 1,000 1,000 to 1, Skills and Knowledge

2 Fastest growing occupations Figure 7.42: University lecturers by place of work, Melbourne, 2011 Figure 7.43: Change in University lecturers by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to 2011 Darebin (C) Maribyrnong (C) Whitehorse (C) Monash (C) 1 to to to to 4,000 4,000 or more Whitehorse (C) Monash (C) Skills and Knowledge 141

3 Fastest growing occupations Construction Figures 7.44, 7.46 and 7.48 show the three fastest growing occupations within the Construction industry by place of work: Carpenter and joiners, Electricians, and Plumbers. All three occupations are reasonably well distributed across metropolitan Melbourne, with generally higher concentrations in the north western, central and south eastern municipalities. All three occupations saw strong growth during the period 2006 to 2011: employment for electricians grew by 42.4 per cent; Plumbers registered a 31.9 per cent rise in jobs, while Carpenters and Joiners saw their employment numbers grow by 29.9 per cent. Figure 7.45: Change in Carpenters and joiners by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to 2011 Whittlesea (C) Boroondara (C) Figure 7.44: Carpenters and joiners by place of work, Melbourne, 2011 Whitehorse (C) Mornington Peninsula (S) 150 to to to to or more Mornington Peninsula (S) 142 Skills and Knowledge

4 Fastest growing occupations Figure 7.47: Change in Electricians by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to 2011 Hume (C) Whittlesea (C) Figure 7.46: Electricians by place of work, Melbourne, 2011 Brimbank (C) Hume (C) Casey (C) Kingston (C) 80 to to to to 1,000 1,000 or more Skills and Knowledge 143

5 Fastest growing occupations Figure 7.48: Plumbers by place of work, Melbourne, 2011 Figure 7.49: Change in Plumbers by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to 2011 Hume (C) Monash (C) Brimbank (C) Yarra (C) Kingston (C) 90 to to to to 500 Kingston (C) or more 144 Skills and Knowledge

6 Skilled Migration Victoria has been welcoming skilled migrants for many years. Skills shortages have prompted the Australian Government to offer a range of visas to facilitate the entry of foreign skilled workers to meet labour demand. Figure 7.50: Migrants with Bachelor degree or above by place of work, Melbourne, 2011 The following maps have been constructed using Census 2011 data. Only those migrants who had arrived in the previous five years before the Census year (2006 for the 2011 Census and 2001 for the 2006 Census) are included in the data, under the assumption that recently arrived migrants who are already participating in the Victorian workforce are more likely to have completed their education overseas. Mapping where migrants with post-school qualifications work and live assists in determining whether they tend to follow the same spatial distribution as non-migrant workers for each category of postschool qualification. Boroondara (C) Port Phillip (C) Monash (C) 100 to to 1,000 1,000 to 2,500 2,500 to 20,000 20,000 or more Skills and Knowledge 145

7 Skilled Migration Migrants with Bachelor degrees or above Highly skilled migrants tend to concentrate in the City of Melbourne, which had approximately 22,000 workers in percent of all workers with a bachelor degree or above (Figure 7.50). The second highest concentrations are found in Monash, Port Phillip and Yarra. This distribution is very similar to that of highly skilled non-migrant workers. As seen in Figure 7.51, the largest growth in employment for Bachelor degree or above qualified migrants occurred in the City of Melbourne, which recorded almost 10,000 new jobs in the five years to Strong employment growth was also recorded in the municipalities of Monash, Whitehorse, Yarra, Port Phillip and Boroondara. Despite having similar place of work patterns as non-migrants, migrants with Bachelor degree or above qualifications differ significantly in their preference for place of residence from non-migrants. While non-migrants in this category tend to live in the inner eastern and south eastern municipalities (as explained earlier in the chapter), migrants have a preference for living centrally in the City of Melbourne and further out in the south east City of Monash, as well as a strong presence in the west City of Wyndham (Figure 7.52). Figure 7.52: Migrants with Bachelor degree or above by place of residence, Melbourne, 2011 Figure 7.51: Change in the number of migrants with Bachelor degree or above by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to 2011 Wyndham (C) Port Phillip (C) Monash (C) 9,400 4, to 1,500 1,500 to 3,000 3,000 to 5,000 5,000 to 7,500 7,500 or more 146 Skills and Knowledge

8 Skilled Migration Migrants with Diplomas Figure 7.53 shows that the highest density of Diploma qualified migrants by place of work was in the City of Melbourne, followed by Monash and Greater Dandenong. Once again, this distribution is very similar to their non-migrant counterparts, as shown in Figure 7.6. The strong growth in employment of migrants with a Diploma in the City of Melbourne is consistent with the overall growth of all Diploma qualified workers. Figure 7.54: Change in employment of migrants with Diploma qualification by place of work, Melbourne, 2011 Figure 7.55 shows that migrants with Diploma qualifications are not as well dispersed across metropolitan Melbourne as non-migrants with these qualifications. The map shows migrants in this category have a strong preference for living in the cities of Monash and Greater Dandenong, as well as generally closer to central Melbourne perhaps choosing to live close to where they work. Figure 7.53: Migrants with Diploma qualification by place of work, Melbourne, ,100 1, Monash (C) Greater Dandenong (C) 40 to to to 1,000 1,000 to 4,000 4,000 or more Skills and Knowledge 147

9 Skilled Migration Migrants with Certificate qualifications Figure 7.55: Migrants with Diploma qualification by place of residence, Melbourne, 2011 The City of Melbourne has the highest number of Certificate qualified migrants by place of work, followed by smaller concentrations of between 600 to 1500 workers in the LGAs of Hume, Monash, Kingston and Greater Dandenong (Figure 7.56). This distribution is very similar to that of Certificate qualified non-migrant workers. Monash (C) Greater Dandenong (C) 90 to to 1,000 1,000 to 1,500 1,500 to 2,500 2,500 or more Figure 7.56: Migrants with Certificate qualification by place of work, Melbourne, to to to to 1,500 1,500 or more 148 Skills and Knowledge

10 Skilled Migration The largest employment growth of migrants with Certificate qualification was recorded in the City of Melbourne, which registered an increase of 850 jobs between 2006 and Strong growth also occurred in other municipalities across metropolitan Melbourne (Figure 7.57), particularly in the cities of Greater Dandenong, Kingston, Wyndham and Hume. Figure 7.57: Change in the number of migrants with Certificate qualification by place of work, Melbourne, 2011 In contrast to non-migrants, whose place of usual residence is well spread out across the outer municipalities, migrant workers with Certificate qualification are more concentrated in the outer south eastern LGAs (Casey and Greater Dandenong) and outer western LGAs (Wyndham and Brimbank). The map below also shows that Certificate-qualified migrants have similar spatial patterns of distribution by place of usual residence as by place of work. Hume (C) Figure 7.58: Migrants with Certificate qualification by place of residence, Melbourne, 2011 Wyndham (C) Kingston (C) Greater Dandednong (C) Greater Dandednong (C) Casey (C) 90 to to to 1,000 1,000 to 1,500 1,500 or more Skills and Knowledge 149

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12 Index of Diagrams List of Figures Number Title Page Figure 1.1: Employment by industry (000s), Victoria, Figure 1.2: Change in employment by industry (000s), Victoria, 2003 to 2008 and 2008 to Figure 1.3: Proportion of employment by industry in Melbourne, regional Victoria and Victoria (per cent), Figure 1.4: Metropolitan Melbourne by Local Government Areas 13 Figure 1.5: Regional Victoria by Local Government Areas 14 Figure 2.1: Number of business establishments by industry (000s), Melbourne and regional Victoria, Figure 2.2: Change in the number of business establishments by industry (000s), Melbourne and regional Victoria, to Figure 2.3: Business establishments in metropolitan Melbourne, Figure 2.4: Change in business establishments in metropolitan Melbourne, to Figure 2.5: Business establishments in regional Victoria, Figure 2.6: Change in business establishments in regional Victoria, to Figure 2.7: Number of small business establishments by industry (000s), Melbourne and regional Victoria, Figure 2.8: Change in the number of small business establishments by industry (000s), Melbourne and regional Victoria, to Figure 2.9: Small business establishments in metropolitan Melbourne, Figure 2.10: Change in small business establishments in metropolitan Melbourne, to Figure 2.11: Small business establishments in regional Victoria, Figure 2.12: Change in small business establishments in regional Victoria, to Figure 2.13: Number of medium business establishments by industry, Melbourne and regional Victoria, Figure 2.14: Change in the number of medium business establishments by industry, Melbourne and regional Victoria, to Figure 2.15: Medium business establishments in metropolitan Melbourne, Figure 2.16: Change in medium business establishments in metropolitan Melbourne, to Figure 2.17: Medium business establishments in regional Victoria, Figure 2.18: Change in medium business establishments in regional Victoria, to Figure 2.19: Number of large business establishments by industry, Melbourne and regional Victoria, Figure 2.20: Change in the number of large business establishments by industry, Melbourne and regional Victoria, to Figure 2.21: Large business establishments in metropolitan Melbourne, Figure 2.22: Change in large business establishments in metropolitan Melbourne, to Figure 2.23: Large business establishments in regional Victoria, Figure 2.24: Change in large business establishments in regional Victoria, to Figure 3.1: The expanding footprint of Melbourne, 1850 to Figure 3.2: Forecast of employment growth by industry (000s), Melbourne, 2011 to Figure 3.3: Forecast of employment growth in key industries by location (000s), Melbourne, 2011 to Figure 3.4: Increases in labour force by place of residence, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 3.5: Estimated residential population, Melbourne, Figure 3.6: Change in the participation rate by place of residence (percentage points), Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 3.7: Change in the unemployment rate by place of residence (percentage points), Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 3.8: Employment by industry (000s), Melbourne, Figure 3.9: Change in employment by industry (000s), Melbourne, 2003 to 2008 and 2008 to Figure 3.10: Employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 3.11: Change in employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 3.12: Change in part time employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 3.13: Change in full-time employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 3.14: Employment self-containment within Statistical Regions, Melbourne, Figure 3.15: Map of the ratio of workers per household, Melbourne, Figure 3.16: Largest employing industry by TDZs, Melbourne, Figure 4.1: Change in labour force by place of residence, regional Victoria, 2001 to Figure 4.2: Change in the participation rate by place of residence (percentage points), regional Victoria, 2001 to Figure 4.3: Change in the unemployment rate by place of residence (percentage points), regional Victoria, 2001 to Figure 4.4: Employment by industry (000s), regional Victoria, Figure 4.5: Change in employment by industry (000s), regional Victoria, 2003 to 2008 and 2008 to Figure 4.6: Employment by place of work, regional Victoria, Figure 4.7: Change in employment by place of work, regional Victoria, 2001 to Figure 4.8: Change in full-time employment by place of work, regional Victoria, 2001 to Figure 4.9: Change in part-time employment by place of work, regional Victoria, 2001 to Figure 4.10: Forecast of employment growth by industry (000s), regional Victoria, 2011 to Figure 4.11: Forecast of employment growth in key industries by location (000s), regional Victoria, 2011 to Figure 4.12: Employment self-containment within Statistical Divisions, regional Victoria, Figure 4.13: Map of ratio of workers to households, regional Victoria, Figure 4.14: Agriculture, forestry and fishing employment, regional Victoria, Figure 4.15: Grain (wheat) growing employment in regional Victoria, Figure 4.16: Cereals and cereal preparations exports by destination ($ million), Figure 4.17: Dairy farming employment, regional Victoria, Figure 4.18: Dairy processing employment, regional Victoria, Figure 4.19: Victorian dairy exports by destination ($ million), Figure 4.20: Livestock farming employment, regional Victoria, Figure 4.21: Meat processing employment, regional Victoria, Figure 4.22: Victorian meat and livestock exports by destination ($ million), Figure 4.23: Fruits and vegetable growing employment, regional Victoria, Figure 4.24: Fruits and vegetable processing employment, regional Victoria, Figure 4.25: Victorian fruit and vegetable exports by destination ($ million), Figure 5.1: Number of Manufacturing business establishments, Melbourne, Figure 5.2: Change in the number of Manufacturing business establishments, Melbourne, to Figure 5.3: Change in the number of small Manufacturing business establishments, Melbourne, to Figure 5.4: Change in the number of medium and large Manufacturing business establishments, Melbourne, to Figure 5.5: Number of Manufacturing business establishments, regional Victoria, Skills and Knowledge 151

13 Figure 5.6: Change in the number of Manufacturing business establishments, regional Victoria, to Figure 5.7: Manufacturing employment by subdivision (000s), Melbourne and regional Victoria, Figure 5.8: Manufacturing employment by subdivision (000s), Victoria, 2001 to Figure 5.9: Change in manufacturing employment by subdivision (000s), Victoria, 2001 to 2006 and 2006 to Figure 5.10: Manufacturing employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 5.11: Change in Manufacturing employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 5.12: Machinery and equipment manufacturing employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 5.13: Change in Machinery and equipment manufacturing employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 5.14: Basic chemical manufacturing employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 5.15: Change in Basic chemical manufacturing employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 5.16: Transport equipment manufacturing employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 5.17: Change in Transport equipment manufacturing employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 5.18: Textiles, clothing and footwear manufacturing employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 5.19: Change in Textiles, clothing and footwear manufacturing employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 5.20: Manufacturing employment by place of work, regional Victoria, Figure 5.21: Change in Manufacturing employment by place of work, regional Victoria, 2001 to Figure 5.22: Manufacturing exports ($ million), Victoria, Figure 5.23: Motor vehicle and motor vehicle part manufacturing employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 5.24: Motor vehicle and motor vehicle part manufacturing employment by place of work, regional Victoria, Figure 5.25: Victorian passenger vehicles exports by destination ($ million), Figure 5.26: Food product and beverage manufacturing employment by subdivision (000s), Victoria, 2006 and Figure 5.27: Food product and beverage manufacturing employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 5.28: Food product and beverage manufacturing employment by place of work, regional Victoria, Figure 5.29: Food product and beverage exports by sub category Victoria, Figure 5.30: Victorian Food product and beverage exports by destination ($ million), Figure 5.31: Pharmaceutical manufacturing employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 5.32: Victorian Pharmaceutical and medicament exports by destination ($ million), Figure 5.33: Aluminium production employment by place of work, regional Victoria, Figure 5.34: Victorian Aluminium exports by destination ($ million), Figure 6.1: Key drivers of increased demand for services in Victoria 80 Figure 6.2: Services employment by industry (000s), Melbourne and regional Victoria, Figure 6.3: Change in services employment by industry (000s), Melbourne and regional Victoria, 2003 to Figure 6.4: Change in services industries employment (000s), Victoria, 2003 to 2008 and 2008 to Figure 6.5: Services industries employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.6: Change in services industries employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.7: Number of knowledge intensive services industries business establishments, Melbourne, Figure 6.8: Change in knowledge intensive services industries business establishments, Melbourne, to Figure 6.9: Knowledge intensive services industries employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.10: Change in knowledge intensive services industries employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.11: Professional, scientific and technical services employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.12: Change in Professional, scientific and technical services employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.13: Financial and insurance services employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.14: Change in Financial and insurance services employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.15: Information media and telecommunications employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.16: Change in Information media and telecommunications employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.17: Number of population related services industries business establishments, Melbourne, Figure 6.18: Change in population related services industries business establishments, Melbourne, to Figure 6.19: Population related services industries employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.20: Change in population related services industries employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.21: Health care and social assistance employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.22: Change in Health care and social assistance employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.23: Retail trade employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.24: Change in Retail trade employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.25: Construction employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.26: Change in Construction employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.27: Education and training employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.28: Change in Education and training employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.29: Number of goods distributing services industries business establishments, Melbourne, Figure 6.30: Change in goods distributing services industries business establishments, Melbourne, to Figure 6.31: Goods distributing services industries employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.32: Change in goods distributing services industries employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.33: Transport, postal and warehousing employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.34: Change in Transport, postal and warehousing employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.35: Wholesale trade employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.36: Change in Wholesale trade employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.37: Change in services employment by industry (000s), regional Victoria, 2001 to Figure 6.38: Services industries employment by place of work, regional Victoria, Figure 6.39: Change in services industries employment by place of work, regional Victoria, 2001 to Figure 6.40: Number of Electricity, gas, water and waste services business establishments, Melbourne, Figure 6.41: Change in Electricity, gas, water and waste services business establishments, Melbourne, to Figure 6.42: Number of Electricity, gas, water and waste services business establishments, regional Victoria, Figure 6.43: Change in Electricity, gas, water and waste services business establishments, regional Victoria, to Figure 6.44: Employment in Electricity, gas, water and waste services by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.45: Change in Electricity, gas, water and waste services employment by place of work, Melbourne, 2001 to Figure 6.46: Employment in Electricity, gas, water and waste services by place of work, regional Victoria, Figure 6.47: Change in Electricity, gas, water and waste services employment by place of work, regional Victoria, 2001 to Figure 6.48: Victorian services exports ($ million), Figure 6.49: Tertiary education employment by place of work, Melbourne,

14 Figure 6.50: Tertiary education employment by place of work, regional Victoria, Figure 6.51: Origin of Australian education exports ($ million), Figure 6.52: Accommodation and food services employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.53: Arts and recreation services employment by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 6.54: Accommodation and food services employment by place of work, regional Victoria, Figure 6.55: Arts and recreation services employment by place of work, regional Victoria, Figure 6.56: Victorian international visitors and annual expenditure, Figure 6.57: Origin of Australian tourism exports ($ million), Figure 6.58: Victorian business services exports by sub-category, Figure 6.59 : Australian Other business services exports destination ($ million), Figure 7.1: Workers with post school qualifications by level of education (per cent), Victoria, 2001 to Figure 7.2: Workers with post-school qualifications by industry and level of education (per cent), Victoria, Figure 7.3: Workers with post-school qualification by level of education, Melbourne, Figure 7.4: Workers with Bachelor degrees or above by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.5: Workers with Bachelor degrees or above by place of residence, Melbourne, Figure 7.6: Workers with Diploma qualifications by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.7: Workers with Diploma qualifications by place of residence, Melbourne, Figure 7.8: Workers with Certificate qualifications by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.9: Workers with Certificate qualifications by place of residence, Melbourne, Figure 7.10: Workers with Bachelor degree or above qualifications by place of work, regional Victoria, Figure 7.11: Workers with Diploma qualifications by place of work, regional Victoria, Figure 7.12: Workers with Certificate qualifications by place of work, regional Victoria, Figure 7.13: Workers with post-school qualifications by occupation and level of education, Victoria, Figure 7.14: Professionals by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.15: Professionals by place of residence, Melbourne, Figure 7.16: Community and personal services workers by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.17: Community and personal services workers by place of residence, Melbourne, Figure 7.18: Technicians and trade workers by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.19: Technicians and trade workers by place of residence, Melbourne, Figure 7.20: Nurses by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.21 Change in Nurses by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.22: Child carers by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.23: Change in Child carers by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.24: Aged and disabled carers by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.25: Change in Aged and disabled carers by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.26: Software programmers by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.27: Change in Software programmers by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.28: Solicitors by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.29: Change in Solicitors by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.30: Accountants by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.31: Change in Accountants by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.32: Checkout operators and office cashiers by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.33: Change in Checkout operators and office cashiers by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.34: Retail managers by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.35: Change in Retail managers by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.36: Sales assistants by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.37: Change in Sales assistants by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.38: Education aides by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.39: Change in Education aides by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.40: Primary teachers by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.41: Change in Primary teacher by place work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.42: University lecturers by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.43: Change in University lecturers by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.44: Carpenters and joiners by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.45: Change in Carpenters and joiners by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.46: Electricians by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.47: Change in Electricians by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.48: Plumbers by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.49: Change in Plumbers by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.50: Migrants with Bachelor degree or above by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.51: Change in the number of migrants with Bachelor degree or above by place of work, Melbourne, 2006 to Figure 7.52: Migrants with Bachelor degree or above by place of residence, Melbourne, Figure 7.53: Migrants with Diploma qualification by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.54: Change in employment of migrants with Diploma qualification by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.55: Migrants with Diploma qualification by place of residence, Melbourne, Figure 7.56: Migrants with Certificate qualification by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.57: Change in the number of migrants with Certificate qualification by place of work, Melbourne, Figure 7.58: Migrants with Certificate qualification by place of residence, Melbourne, List of Tables Table 1.1: Comparison of ABS Counts of Australian Businesses and WorkSafe data, Table 1.2: ANZSIC and ANZSCO classifications 11 Table 3.1: Ratio of workers per household, Melbourne, Table 4.1: Ratio of workers per household, regional Victoria, Table 7.1: Top three fastest growing occupations for the top five fastest growing industries in Victoria, 2006 to

15 Bibliography Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), ANZSCO - Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations, First Edition, Revision 1 (cat. no ) Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 (Revision 1.0) (cat. no ) Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Census of Population and Housing, 2001, 2006, 2011 Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), International Trade in Services by Country, by State and by Detailed Services Category, Financial Year, (cat. no ) Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Labour Force, Australia (cat. no ) Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly, (cat. no ) Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Labour Force, Australia, Detailed - Electronic Delivery, (cat. no ) Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Value of Principal Agricultural Commodities Produced, Australia, Preliminary, (cat. no ) Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), Exports from Victoria, , unpublished data Department of Planning and Community Development (DPCD), Melbourne Let s Talk About the Future, 2012 Department of Planning and Community Development (DPCD), Victoria in Future, 2012 Department of State Development, Business and Innovation (DSDBI), Tourism Victoria Research Unit, December 2012 Department of State Development, Business and Innovation (DSDBI), Victorian Employment projections Report, prepared by Deloitte Access Economics, February WorkSafe Victoria, WorkCover policy holders data, 2012, unpublished data 154 Skills and Knowledge

16 Notes Skills and Knowledge 155

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