Infrastructure workforce and skills supply

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Australia. Infrastructure Australia


Public infrastructure is defined as any structure that is owned by the government or that is developed for the public good. Public infrastructure draws on a range of workers and skills to support delivery from four main infrastructure-based occupational groups: project management professionals; engineers, scientists and architects; structures and civil trades and labour; and finishing trades and labour. Australia has ambitious plans when it comes to investing in public infrastructure. A skilled workforce that is available when required will be pivotal in realising these plans. The...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Industry; Employment; Skills and knowledge; Workforce development; Gender; Migration

Keywords: Employment pattern; Employment projection; Skill needs; Labour demand; Labour shortage; Labour supply; Occupation; Skill shortage; Workforce planning; Industry restructuring

Geographic subjects: Australia; Oceania

Published: [Sydney, New South Wales]: Infrastructure Australia, 2021

Physical description: 82 p. (workforce and skills supply report) + 164 p. (market capacity report) + 97 p. (supporting appendices)

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Also called: Infrastructure workforce and skills supply: a report from Infrastructure Australia's Market Capacity Program; Infrastructure market capacity; Infrastructure market capacity: supporting appendices

ISBN: 9781925352658 (Infrastructure market capacity report)

Resource type: Report

Document number: TD/TNC 146.119

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