Job Search Experience Survey
The survey provides some data on education which may be useful in examining links between education and job search experience. The following education data items are available:
Labour Force and Supplementary Surveys Section
Australian Bureau of Statistics, Canberra
Telephone (02) 6252 6504
Facsimile (02) 6252 7784
The Job Search Experience survey examines the job search experience of unemployed persons, with particular focus on two key aspects - steps taken to find work, and barriers encountered in finding work. It also provides information about employed persons who started their current job in the previous twelve months, the steps taken to attain work and their current job details. This survey is run annually.
For further information, see Directory of Statistical Sources.
- Level of highest educational attainment
- Level of highest non-school qualification and whether qualifications obtained overseas
- Highest year of school completed.
Australian Bureau of Statistics 2004, Job Search Experience, Australia, July 2003, cat.no. 6222.0, ABS, Canberra.
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