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Australian Skills Shortages Index

Australian Skills Shortages Index

Skills shortages set to drive up average earnings. Average annual earnings are set to rise by $8,200 within the next three years as the Australian economy continues to recover and acute skills shortages start to appear, according to the quarterly Clarius Skills Index released today…

Top Ten Occupations with the Highest Levels of Skills Shortages June 2010:

1 Chefs
2 Metal Tradespersons
3 Construction Tradespersons
4 Automotive Tradespersons
5 Building and Engineering
Associate Professionals
6 Computing Professionals
7 Building and Engineering
Professionals
8 Food Tradespersons
9 Science Professionals
10 Health Professionals

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