Labour Market Update

The National Skills Commission analyses different sources of labour market information to provide you with insights into important workforce and employment trends.

To help you understand the latest data, summaries of key labour market publications are available for download on this page.

 

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National Skills Commission quarterly labour market update

This report summarises key developments and insights into the Australian labour market using the December 2021 quarter of data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics and the National Skills Commission.

The report can be found on the NSC website.

 

ABS Labour Force Results

This document is a snapshot of the Australian labour market as at April 2022, which includes key indicators such as employment, unemployment, participation and hours worked. The document also contains an overview of the youth labour market and developments at the state/territory level.

Further information about this data can be found on the ABS website.

Next release: June 2022 (covering May 2022 data).

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ABS Labour Force Results April 2022

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ABS Labour Force Detailed Quarterly Results

This document includes key points on industry, occupation and skill level employment from the detailed February quarter 2021, ABS Labour Force Survey data.

Further information about this data can be found on the ABS website.

Next release: June 2022 (covering May quarter 2022 data).

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ABS Detailed Labour Force Survey Results February 2022

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ABS Weekly Payroll Jobs and Wages in Australia

This document is a summary of the latest payroll jobs estimates for the week ending 12 March 2022, sourced from the Single Touch Payroll data. It includes analysis of recent changes in employee jobs, including by state or territory, region, industry and age group.

Further information about this data can be found on the ABS website.

Next release: May 2022 (covering data for week ending 12 April 2022).

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ABS Weekly Payroll Jobs And Wages In Australia Week Ending 12 March 2022

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