The latest Australian geoscientist employment survey is open for contributions. 2019 marks the tenth anniversary of this survey series.
This latest instalment in the survey series will provide data on trends in geoscientist employment in Australia during the final quarter (October, November, December) of 2018.
In the September quarter, the Australian geoscientists unemployment rate fell slightly to 8.3%, from 8.5% in the June quarter. This was the lowest level in several years but coincided with a widely held perception that industry activity and employment opportunities had improved significantly. The period covered by this survey is typically one of the busiest times in the Australian exploration field season, which makes the muted improvement in employment interesting.
The survey takes only two or three minutes to complete. You do not need to be an AIG member to contribute. No data that could personally identify respondents is collected.
Contributions to the survey are required from both employed and unemployed geoscientists to ensure the relevance of results. Your completing the survey really helps to make a difference to the standing and knowledge of our profession.
The survey will be open for contributions until 1st February 2019, to allow for the summer holiday season in Australia. Every contribution adds to the reliability of the survey results.
Thanks in advance for your support.