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Jobs in Queensland

24 August 2020 by News Desk

Jobs in Queensland: Around 1,341,500 people in the Greater Brisbane region were employed at some point during the year, who worked across 1,896,000 jobs.

The number of employed people increased by 2.8% over the past 12 months, and increased by 6.1% over the previous six years. The number of jobs reflected similar results (up 3.8% and 6.9%, respectively) in the Greater Brisbane region.

Of the people employed, 1,138,300 people (84.8%) were single job holders, while 203,300 people (15.2%) worked multiple jobs at the same time during 2016-17. This trend has been consistent over the past six years, with single job holders averaging 85.3% and multiple job holders averaging 14.7% in the Greater Brisbane region.

In comparison, there were 1,368,200 employed people in the Rest of Queensland during 2016-17, which represents an increase of 2.4% from the previous year, and 2.0% from 2011-12.

These people worked across 1,973,800 jobs during the year, which reflects a 3.8% increase from 2015-16 and a 1.0% increase from 2011-12 in the number of jobs. The number of jobs was higher in the Rest of Queensland compared to the Greater Brisbane region (51.0% and 49.0% respectively). This proportion has been relatively stable over the past six years.

In the Rest of Queensland, 1,150,500 people (84.1%) were single job holders, while 217,700 people (15.9%) worked multiple jobs at the same time during 2016-17. As in the Greater Brisbane region, the majority of people worked one job at a time during a year over the past six years. Over this period, single job holders averaged 84.8% whilst multiple job holders averaged 15.2% in the Rest of Queensland.

Jobs in Queensland: Jobs by gender

In the Greater Brisbane region, the number of jobs held by males increased by 3.7%, and the number of jobs held by females increased by 3.8% over the past 12 months. Similarly in the Rest of the Queensland, the number of jobs held by both males and females also grew (up by 3.6% and 4.1% respectively) over the same period.

Compared to 2011-12, the number of jobs held by both males and females increased (up 6.1% and 7.9% respectively) in the Greater Brisbane region.

In the Rest of Queensland, the number of jobs held by females increased (up by 3.0%), however decreased for males (down by 0.7%). Nationally, the increase in the number of jobs was a result of growth in jobs by both males and females over the previous 12 months and six years. The growth rate in the number of jobs held by females was greater than males over the time series (7.9% and 5.1% respectively).

In both the Greater Brisbane and Rest of Queensland regions, the number of jobs held in 2016-17 was greater for males (52.2% and 52.3% of jobs, respectively) compared to females (47.8% and 47.7% of jobs, respectively). This was consistent at the national level, with males working across 52.0% of all jobs, compared to females, who worked across 48.0% of total jobs during 2016-17.

Jobs in Queensland: Jobs by age

In 2016-17, across the Greater Brisbane region, the highest number of jobs were held by people in the 25 to 29 year age group (261,700 jobs), with males in this age group holding a higher proportion of the jobs than females (52.8% and 47.2% respectively).

hese results were also consistent in the Rest of Queensland, with males in this age group holding 53.3% of all jobs compared to 46.7% held by females. Over the past six years, this age group filled the most number of jobs in both the Queensland regions.

This was also consistent at the national level, with 2.6 million jobs held by people in this age group and males holding a slightly higher proportion of the jobs than females (52.2% and 47.8% respectively) during 2016-17. Similarly, this age group also held the highest number of jobs over the past six years across Australia.

Jobs in Queensland: Type of employment

Of the 1,896,000 jobs in the Greater Brisbane region in 2016-17, 91.3% of them were employee jobs and 8.7% were jobs worked by owner managers of unincorporated enterprises.

In the Rest of Queensland, the majority of jobs worked were also employee jobs (88.6%) compared to jobs worked by owner managers of unincorporated enterprises (11.4%) over the same period.

This development was also consistent at the national level, with 89.5% of all jobs being employee jobs, and only 10.5% being worked by owner managers of unincorporated enterprises. These proportions have been relatively stable over the six years at both the Queensland and national level.

Jobs in Queensland: Median Income

The median income per job in Greater Brisbane region was higher than in the Rest of the Queensland ($45,200 and $40,400 respectively) in 2016-17. This has been constant over the previous six years. Since 2011-12, the median income per job grew by 9.7% in Greater Brisbane and 9.1% in the Rest of Queensland.

By gender, the male median income per job was higher than the female median in both regions consecutively throughout all six years of data. Since 2011-12, the male median income per job grew by 6.5% in Greater Brisbane and by 4.9% in the Rest of Queensland. Over the same period, the female median income per job increased by 13.3% in the Greater Brisbane region and by 14.7% in the Rest of Queensland.

Nationally, the median income per job was $43,200 in 2016-17, slightly higher than the Queensland median of $42,700. Similarly, the median income per job for males was also higher than for females ($52,700 and $34,900 respectively) during 2016-17, as well as over the previous six years.

Jobs in Queensland: Industry

In the Greater Brisbane region, the five key industries that supplied the most jobs during 2016-17 were Health care and social assistance, Administrative and support services, Retail trade, Education and training, and Professional scientific and technical services.

Over the past 12 months, the number of jobs in all of these industries increased.

Over the same period, three out of the five highest employing industries were found to be similar in the Rest of Queensland, with the highest number of jobs in Health care and social assistance, Retail trade, Accommodation and food services, Construction and Administrative and support services. Similar to Greater Brisbane region, the number of jobs in each of these industries increased over the period.

In comparison, the highest employing industries in Australia during 2016-17 were Health care and social assistance, Retail trade, Administration and support services, Education and training, and Accommodation and food services. Over the past 12 months, there was jobs growth in all of these industries.

Jobs in Queensland: Occupation

In 2016-17, the most common occupations nationally were Professionals (18.2% of all occupations), Clerical and administrative workers (11.5%), and Managers (10.7%). In Queensland, the most common were Professionals (16.2%), Clerical and administrative workers (11.4%), and Technicians and trades workers (10.9%).

In the Greater Brisbane region, the most common occupations were Professionals (18.8% of all occupations) Clerical and administrative workers (12.6%), and Managers (10.5%). In comparison, the most common occupations in the Rest of Queensland were Professionals (13.5%), Technicians and trades workers (11.7%), Labourers (10.3%) and Community and personal service workers (10.3%).

Differences in male and female employment in occupations continued to be pronounced in Queensland. Jobs worked by Managers, Technicians and trades workers, Machinery operators and drivers, and Labourers were most likely to be held by males, while those worked by Professionals, Community and personal service workers, Clerical and administrative workers, and Sales workers were most likely to be held by females.

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