How can ATO and other Australian public data be used to help the community fill employment opportunities?
The ATO has extensive data on individuals that describes organised statistics on income, occupations, deductions, demographics, and more. How can this information be used to help inform individual taxpayers on how to optimise their occupational decisions? Can you predict what areas are going to be in high demand and are worth training in, or provide advice on how there is a shortage of a client’s occupation in a given state or territory?
Feel free to focus on the visualisation of existing data, or on models for extrapolating insights, or what you believe could be developed to bring benefits to the community of individuals in Australia.
Eligibility: The participants need to use ATO Taxation Statistics.
Entry: Challenge entry is avilable to all teams in Australia.
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