Labour & Skills
The availability of skilled employees is one of the key supply side issues for the tourism industry. The future sustainability of our Member sectors is contingent on access to an appropriately skilled workforce, from the baseline to management level.
Despite the international impact of the global financial crisis, Australia's economy continues to grow, with low unemployment signalling a likely return to skills shortages in the short term. In the medium term, the proportion of the population in the labour force is likely to decline and this will create capacity constraints in the sector.
For further information contact Adele Labine-Romain | Director, Research & Strategy on (02) 9240 2014 or firstname.lastname@example.org
National Tourism Employment Atlas
SEPTEMBER 2008: The National Tourism Employment Atlas presents TTF's estimates of tourism employment by Commonwealth Electoral Divisions.
TTF Member Poll - Labour & Skills
JULY 2007 - This report presents the results of TTF's third Member survey into labour, skills and training issues.
Labour Turnover in the Accommodation Industry
NOVEMBER 2006: The accommodation sector is a major employer in Australia - but it faces significant costs from labour turnover.