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Vacancy Report January 2013.doc

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Vacancy Report
 January 2013
Key Points
 The Internet Vacancy Index (IVI) decreased by 2.8% in December 2012 in trendterms. Over the year, the IVI has fallen by 24.4% and is now at its lowest level sincethe series began in January 2006. The IVI fell over the year in all states andterritories, with the strongest decline recorded in Queensland (down by 32.5%),followed by South Australia (28.6%) and Western Australia (28.3%). In seasonallyadjusted terms, the IVI decreased by 2.3% over the month. The Regional IVI (three month moving average) declined in all 38 regions over theyear to December 2012. The strongest falls were recorded in Central Queensland(down by 38.7%) and Newcastle & Hunter (37.7%).ISSN 1446-9448
 
Trend Summary
Monthly Change
Decreased by 2.8% to 64.7 (Jan 2006 =100), the lowest level since the series beganin January 2006
Declined in all eight occupational groups
 The strongest falls were recorded forProfessionals (down by 4.2%), and Clericaland Administrative Workers (4.0%)
Increased in the Northern Territory (up by0.1%); decreased in all states and the ACT
Annual Change
Declined by 24.4%
Decreased in all eight occupational groups
 The strongest falls were recorded for Technicians and Trades Workers (28.6%)and Machinery Operators and Drivers(27.2%)
Decreased in all states and territories
(166,100 vacancies)
Seasonally Adjusted Summary
Monthly Change
Decreased by 2.3% to 64.9 (Jan 2006 =100)
Increased in four of the eightoccupational groups
 The strongest rises were recorded forMachinery Operators and Drivers (up by4.6%), and Community and PersonalService Workers (2.2%)
Increased in Tasmania (up by 1.8%) andthe Northern Territory (up by 0.5%);decreased in all other states and the ACT
Annual Change
Declined by 24.8%
Declined in all eight occupational groups
 The strongest falls were recorded for Technicians and Trades Workers (downby 28.5%), followed by Professionals(28.1%)
Decreased in all states and territories
(165,600 vacancies)Internet Vacancy Index and Skilled Internet Vacancy Index (January 2006= 100)
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 Jan-06Apr-06 Jul-06 Oct-06Jan-07Apr-07 Jul-07 Oct-07 Jan-08 Apr-08 Jul-08 Oct-08 Jan-09Apr-09 Jul-09 Oct-09 Jan-10Apr-10 Jul-10 Oct-10Jan-11Apr-11 Jul-11 Oct-11Jan-12Apr-12 Jul-12 Oct-12
IVI TrendIVI Seasonally AdjustedIVI Skilled
Note: There are changes to the IVI seasonally adjusted series this month. See Explanatory Notes fordetails.
Internet Vacancy Index – Trend Series
In trend terms, the Internet Vacancy Index (IVI) decreased by 2.8% in December2012 and has declined by 24.4% over the year, to stand at its lowest level since theseries began in January 2006. Despite this decline, there were still around 166,100newly lodged vacancies advertised over the month of December 2012.Over the year to December 2012, vacancies fell in all states and territories, with thestrongest decrease recorded in Queensland (down by 32.5%).
IVI - December 2012Index(Jan '06= 100)Monthly%change Yearly%changeNumberof vacancies
Managers76.8-2.9-20.620,317Professionals73.0-4.2-26.846,088
 
 Technicians and Trades Workers71.5-2.6-28.620,784Community and Personal ServiceWorkers89.3-0.8-11.212,971Clerical and Administrative Workers53.1-4.0-26.927,854Sales Workers58.6-2.2-14.316,527Machinery Operators and Drivers64.5-2.2-27.28731Labourers44.4-1.6-25.613,294
States and Territories
New South Wales57.0-2.5-17.754,514Victoria60.6-2.6-22.638,436Queensland61.5-4.0-32.533,277South Australia57.2-3.8-28.67887Western Australia110.7-3.4-28.322,747 Tasmania51.8-1.3-15.41530Northern Territory129.30.1-11.73283Australian Capital Territory114.7-1.8-24.14864
Australia64.7-2.8-24.4166,139
Internet Vacancy Index – Seasonally Adjusted Series
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In seasonally adjusted terms, the IVI decreased by 2.3% in December 2012,however, increases were recorded in four of the eight occupational groups.Over the year to December 2012 the IVI has decreased by 24.8%, with a decline invacancies across all states and territories.
IVI - Seasonally AdjustedIndex(Jan '06= 100)Monthly%change Yearly%changeNumberof vacancies
Managers77.8-2.9-21.320,345Professionals71.8-5.0-28.145,555 Technicians and Trades Workers72.9-1.5-28.520,761Community and Personal ServiceWorkers90.72.2-12.712,981Clerical and Administrative Workers53.4-4.2-27.227,888Sales Workers59.11.7-14.416,510Machinery Operators and Drivers65.74.6-26.78751Labourers45.11.2-24.613,391
States and Territories
New South Wales57.3-2.2-18.554,443Victoria61.0-3.0-22.238,330Queensland61.3-2.6-32.233,372South Australia57.4-1.5-29.37796Western Australia111.9-2.5-29.922,662 Tasmania51.21.8-15.61532Northern Territory124.20.5-14.93253Australian Capital Territory119.0-1.5-25.34867
Australia64.9-2.3-24.8165,580
Skilled Internet Vacancy Index
 The Skilled IVI decreased by 3.8% in December 2012, however, three occupationalgroups increased slightly over the month: Sales, Marketing & Public RelationsProfessionals (up by 0.6%), followed by Education Professionals and Construction Trades (both up by 0.4%). Science Professionals and Veterinarians recorded thestrongest decrease (down by 8.9%), followed by Engineers (6.8%), Transport andDesign Professionals, and Architects (5.7%), and Engineering ICT and Science Technicians (5.7%).Over the year to December 2012, the Skilled IVI has fallen by 27.4%, with fallsrecorded across all occupational groups, with the exception of Education
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Note: There are changes to the IVI seasonally adjusted series this month. See Explanatory Notes fordetails.

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