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1367.2 - State and Regional Indicators, Victoria, Sep 2010  
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EMPLOYED PERSONS BY INDUSTRY

In August quarter 2010, the largest proportion of people employed in the Melbourne MSR were in Retail Trade (11.1%), followed by Health Care and Social Assistance and Manufacturing (each 10.9%). In the Balance of Victoria MSR, the largest proportion of people were employed in Health Care and Social Assistance (12.9%), followed by Retail Trade (10.9%) and Manufacturing (10.7%).

Employed persons(a), By Industry(b) and Major Statistical Region - August quarter 2010
Graph: EMPLOYED PERSONS, By Industry and Major Statistical Region


In Victoria, Mining (92.7%), Construction (88.2%) and Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services (78.2%) recorded the highest proportions of total males employed. Industries with the highest proportions of total females employed were Health Care and Social Assistance (80.3%) and Education and Training (71.5%).

In terms of full-time employment, Construction accounted for the highest proportion of males employed in Victoria (93.4%), and Health Care and Social Assistance accounted for the highest proportion of full-time females employed (72.2%).

The industry with the largest proportion of male part-time workers was Transport, Postal and Warehousing (63.6%), while Health Care and Social Assistance employed the largest proportion of part-time females (89.0%).

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