1380.0.55.011 - Perspectives on Regional Australia: Non-school Qualifications in Regions, 2011  
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NON-SCHOOL QUALIFICATIONS IN TASMANIA

  • In 2011, Hobart (49.3%) had the highest rate of attainment of non-school qualifications of all regions in Tasmania. This was just below the average rate for Australia as a whole (49.9%).
  • Launceston and North East (43.8%) had the second highest rate of attainment of non-school qualifications in Tasmania.
  • In Tasmania, 45.4% of 20-64 year olds had a non-school qualification in 2011.


POPULATION WITH NON-SCHOOL QUALIFICATIONS, 20-64 year olds, Tasmania, 2011

Map: Population with non-school qualifications, 20-64 year olds, Tasmania, 2011



FIELD OF NON-SCHOOL QUALIFICATIONS

MANAGEMENT AND COMMERCE
  • In 2011, Hobart (8.5%) had the largest proportion of people with a non-school qualification in management and commerce (8.5%). South East (5.2%), the region surrounding Hobart, had the lowest proportion of people with management and commerce qualifications in the state.
  • In Tasmania, 7.1% of non-school qualifications were in this field in 2011.


NON-SCHOOL QUALIFICATIONS IN MANAGEMENT AND COMMERCE, 20-64 year olds, Tasmania, 2011

Map: Non-school qualifications in management and commerce, 20-64 year olds, Tasmania, 2011


ENGINEERING AND RELATED TECHNOLOGIES
  • In 2011, West and North West (9.8%), the region that includes the centres of Burnie and Devonport, had the largest proportion of people with a non-school qualification in engineering and related technologies. These were followed by Launceston and North East (8.7%), also in northern Tasmania.
  • In 2011, 8.4% of non-school qualifications in Tasmania were in engineering and related technologies.


NON-SCHOOL QUALIFICATIONS IN ENGINEERING AND RELATED TECHNOLOGIES, 20-64 year olds, Tasmania, 2011

Map: Non-school qualifications in engineering and related technologies, 20-64 year olds, Tasmania, 2011