Summary of Australian Job Creation and Local Economic Development indicators.
This shows where conditions are ripe for quality job creation due to high skills supply and high skills demand. In 2011, 24 labour force regions were in “high skills equilibrium”, where a high supply of skills (the percentage of people with post-secondary education) is matched by a high skills demand (the percentage of medium and high skills occupations). The highest level of skills supply and demand is observed in Lower Northern Sydney and Inner Melbourne. Twenty-five labour force regions were in “low skills equilibrium”, where a low skills supply is matched by a low skills demand.