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Regional employment projections, 2010–11 to 2040–41

These data tables provide a spatial and temporal overview of Queensland’s projected employment at state and sub-state levels, including an analysis of future employment by place of work, place of residence and industry.

Summary findings have been released for Queensland regional planning areas, South East Queensland local government areas (LGAs) and ANZSIC Division level industries.

Also released is a paper providing an overview of the methodology and assumptions used in preparing these data tables.

Please note: The projections are based on and consistent with the Queensland Government population projections, 2015 edition (medium series), State budget forecasts (2015–16) and a range of other assumptions and variables. The projections are produced on a no policy change basis and should not be considered as forecasts of future employment growth.  Rather, they are long term projections of possible future employment growth derived from the range of assumptions and information used in their construction.  The projections are compiled using the latest information available at the time of production. However, these components change over time and, therefore, direct comparisons should not be made between these projections and any future projections that may be published at a later date or other shorter term forecasts of employment growth.

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Last reviewed 6 June 2018