Regional workforce futures: an analysis of the Great Southern, South West and Wheatbelt regions
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The overall aim of the report is to provide an assessment of regional employment dynamics and future labour demand in the Great Southern, South West, and Wheatbelt regions. More specifically, the report: Examines the demographic and economic dynamics driving regional labour markets; Analyses the changing structure of regional labour markets in terms of sector and occupation; Identifies the major challenges facing employers in the regions; Develops projections of labour for demand to 2015 for sectors and occupations within the regions.
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