Agribusiness Workforce Insights
The agribusiness industry comprises several sub-sectors, including agriculture, forestry and fishing, food, beverage, wood and paper product manufacturing. The sector is estimated to directly employ around 62,000 people in South Australia, with the majority working in sheep, beef and grain farming, fruit, vegetable and nut growing and beverage manufacturing.
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Community Services Workforce Insights
Community services are typically provided by government and the not for profit sector, although the for-profit sector is also involved through operations such as aged care facilities. The community services sector is comprised of a wide range of sub-sectors including adult community education, aged and disability care, residential care, employment services and other interest group services.
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Construction, Mining & Energy Workforce Insights
The construction industry comprises several sub-sectors including building, civil engineering and construction services such as plumbing, electrical and air-conditioning. The main sub-sectors of the mining industry in South Australia include oil and gas, metal ore and mineral mining, exploration and mining support services. The energy sector includes electricity, gas and water supply.
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Creative Industries Workforce Insights
Creative industries is comprised of newspaper, book, magazine and software publishing; motion picture and video production, post production services; music publishing and recording; radio and television broadcasting, architectural and other design services; photographic services; computer system design; and performing arts. The industry employs around 19 500 people in South Australia.
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Cybersecurity Workforce Insights
The cybersecurity sector includes roles that impact an organisation’s ability to protect its data, information technology systems, and operations, and includes workers with both technical skill and those who apply knowledge of cybersecurity to inform an organisation’s risk management process.
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Disability Workforce Insights
The disability sector includes a range of allied and other care services, including physiotherapy, speech pathology, occupational therapy, transport, residential care and disability assistance services.
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Finance & Insurance Workforce Insights
The finance and insurance industry includes banking, investment, insurance and other financial services, and finance and insurance broking services. The sector employs around 22 300 people in South Australia.
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Health Workforce Insights
The health sector includes providing facilities and services in hospitals and medical, allied health, pathology and diagnostic services. The sector employs around 72 600 people in South Australia.
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Local Government Workforce Insights
Local Government in South Australia is the third tier of government and is recognised in the South Australian Constitution. It is one of the biggest sectors in the South Australian economy, investing more than $2.0 billion each year in providing services.
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Manufacturing Workforce Insights
The manufacturing industry transforms agricultural, forestry, fishing, mining and other manufacturing inputs into new products. It is a diverse sector, encompassing food and beverage manufacturing, textile, wood and paper manufacturing, chemical and metal, transport, machinery and furniture manufacturing.
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Transport Workforce Insights
South Australia’s transport and logistics industry includes major sub-sectors such as road transport, logistics, warehousing, and stevedoring. The industry underpins the Australian economy, the community and all industry sectors by transporting and storing almost all the goods required for daily living and the materials and components required for manufacturing; and in taking products to markets throughout Australia via warehousing and stevedoring operations.
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