A Good Match: Optimising Australia's permanent skilled migration
Nearly a quarter of permanent skilled migrants in Australia are working in a job beneath their skill level, a new report by CEDA has found.
This publication reviews the significant technological issues our workforce will face and considers what needs to be done to ensure we develop industries, skills and jobs for a future that is still largely unknown.
Modelling in this report has found that almost five million Australian jobs – around 40 per cent of the workforce – face the high probability of being replaced by computers in the next 10 to 15 years.
CEDA's major research report for 2015, Australia's future workforce? focuses on what jobs and skills we need to develop to ensure our economy continues to grow and diversify.
Discussion around jobs often focuses on the here and now. However, if Australia is to maintain a robust economy that is internationally competitive, we must plan now for the changes, challenges and opportunities we face in developing the right jobs and skills for future generations.
In this report, CEDA examines:
|Digital disruption and Australia's future workforce|
Report launch, Melbourne, 16 June 2015
|Australia's future workforce - Generation Next|
Sydney, 19 June 2015
|CEDA research report - Australia's future workforce|
Adelaide, 18 June 2015
|Vice Chancellors panel: Australia's future workforce|
Brisbane, 26 June 2015
|Future work: skills, productivity and innovation|
Gold Coast, 18 June 2015
|Australia's future workforce|
Perth, 27 July 2015
Section 1: Global trends
Section 2: Australian stocktake
Section 3: The future worker
Section 4: Policy response