A review of compositional developments in the Australian labour market
Aggregate labour market outcomes mask some significant compositional developments at the State and industry level. Solid employment outcomes in the past couple of years have been concentrated in sectors that have benefited from strong domestic demand, but this has partially been offset by a drag on employment growth from adverse shocks to the economy such as the impact of drought. In a distributional sense, employment growth has been strongest in the States that have recently experienced strengthening population growth.
Volume (Year): (2004)
Issue (Month): 1 (April)
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