Jobs & Growth
The aim of this project is to create a web platform that will allow users to quickly and easily compare the available job vacancies and the average income for various jobs in regions throughout Australia. This includes features to show current trends in employment for different sectors as well as future predictions based on current trends.
The website will thus allow users to get a better understanding of the employment situation in their region and show them where their skills are required.
The data shown in our presentation has used Gold Coast data. However this could be applied to any region in Australia.
We believe that this will be a particularly useful tool for graduate students trying to find out where they can best use their degree and school finishers trying to identify employment opportunities in their region.
Furthermore, in the long term, this tool can help the government improve their resource management, by identifying areas where resources are required and where they are currently employed.
The primary datasets proposed for this website are:
- ATO Taxation Statistics for Individuals
- Internet Vacancy Index data
- Australian Bureau of Statistics data
- Stocktake of Australian Innovation Precincts–June 2019
- Gold Coast Community profile data
- Spatial data from ABS i.e. Postal Areas Digital boundaries
Data from these datasets were analysed, graphed and visualised to provide the necessary statistics and features.
Evidence of Work
Regional employment projections, 2010–11 to 2040–41
Description of Use: These data tables provide a spatial and temporal overview of Queensland’s projected employment at state and sub-state levels, including an analysis of future employment by place of work, place of residence and industry.
62270DO001_201805 Education and Work, Australia, May 2018
Description of Use: Table 6 Studying for a non-school qualification: Main field and sex, Persons aged 15–64 years – 2007 to 2018
Stocktake of Australian Innovation Precincts–June 2019
Description of Use: Used for Locations of Australian Innovation Precincts
The facts and figures of graduate employment
Description of Use: Used to determine the employment rate of graduate students
6202.0 - Labour Force, Australia, Jul 2019
Description of Use: Used to determine the current overall unemployment rate in Australia
6227.0 - Education and Work, Australia, May 2018
Description of Use: Used to determine the percentage of Australians currently studying
Labour force status by Sex, Queensland - Trend, Seasonally adjusted and Original
Description of Use: Stating the trending Unemployment Rate for Queensland at the most current available data date of Sep-2018.
Gold Coast Community Profile
Description of Use: Data regarding working on Gold Coast
ABS 6160 Jobs in Australia
Description of Use: Job trends comparing 2011 census to 2016 census QLD stats by LGA
Graduate Employment Outcome
Description of Use: Number of graduates employed by area of study
Labour Force, Australia, By Month
Description of Use: Statistics of current employment numbers
Internet Vacancy Index
Description of Use: Searching jobs advertised to find trends
Taxation statistics 2016–17 Snapshot - Table 7
Description of Use: Using Average Income using various filters Used for Average Engineering Income in QLD Used for Top 10 Median incomes in QLD by industry
ATO for individuals
The best use of Gold Coast Data
🌟 The Class of 2025
Region: Western AustraliaChallenge
Economy and Jobs
Australia’s Future Employment
Leveraging innovation precincts to drive economic prosperity.