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Gladstone region: Non–resident workers on-shift, by location, 2011 to 2016

This table provides time series data to supplement the Gladstone region population report, 2016.

Location(a) Non–resident workers on-shift(b)
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
— number —
Curtis Island 0 855 3,175 5,475 4,860 1,095
Gladstone city(c) 930 1,470 495 230 145 70
Gladstone (R) balance(d) 275 1,290 1,215 950 425 375
Gladstone (R) total 1,205 3,615 4,890 6,655 5,430 1,540
(R) – Regional Council
(a)  Boundaries are based on the 2011 edition of the Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS).
(b)  Non–resident workers on-shift as at the survey date in June/July.
(c)  Comprises the statistical areas level 2 (SA2s) of Callemondah, Gladstone, Clinton–New Auckland, Kin Kora–Sun Valley, South Trees, Telina–Toolooa, and West Gladstone.
(d)  Comprises the SA2s of Agnes Water–Miriam Vale, Boyne Island–Tannum Sands, and Gladstone Hinterland (excluding Curtis Island).
Figures in this table have been rounded to the nearest 5; any internal discrepancies are due to rounding.
Explanatory notes
Data are derived from surveys conducted by QGSO and other sources. Non-resident workers include FIFO/DIDO mining and gas industry employees and contractors, construction workers and associated subcontractors. Data are a point in time measure, based on best information available at the time of survey.
Source: Queensland Government Statistician's Office (QGSO), 2011 to 2016
Disclaimer: While care has been taken in preparing these tables, the State of Queensland accepts no responsibility for decisions or actions taken as a result of the use of the information.
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Last reviewed 13 November 2017