National Skills Commission has announced the Skills Priority List (SPL) provides a detailed view of occupations in shortage, nationally, and by state and territory, as well as the future demand for occupations in Australia.
This Key Findings Report provides readers with a high-level overview of results from the 2022 SPL, focussing on the themes that emerged during its production.
Findings from the 2022 list show that 31% of occupations assessed are in shortage, indicated as ‘S’ (286 out of 914).
The remaining 628 occupations are rated as ‘NS’ (no shortage) at a national level, although some of these occupations are in shortage in some states and territories.
The 2022 Skills Priority List is now available as a digital interface as well as a downloadable report, where you can find your occupation and learn more about the current and future demand in each state.
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