The latest quarterly Australian Geoscientist Employment Survey conducted by AIG during July, recording employment results for the second quarter (April to June) of 2021 recorded a slight decline in the unemployment rate, falling from 5.8% at the end of March, to 5.2% at the end of June. This represents the lowest geoscientist unemployment result since June 2012.
Australian geoscientists reported a deterioration in employment in the first three months of 2020. Fears, however, that the coronavirus pandemic would have a deep and dramatic impact on employment, have not as yet materialised.
Employment opportunities for Australia’s geoscientists continued to show a very slowl-improving trend, despite disappoini.ng results for the second quarter (April to June).
The latest instalment in AIG’s Australian geoscientist employment survey series is open for contributions. Click here to complete the survey. This survey will provide data on trends in geoscientist employment in Australia during the first quarter (January, February, March) of 2019. In the final quarter of 2018 quarter, the Australian geoscientists unemployment rate continued a gradual, downward trend,
Signs of light at the end of the unemployment tunnel? The latest AIG Australian Geoscientist Employment Survey results for Q4 2017, reviewed today, show that geoscientist unemployment in Australia fell dramatically from 12.2% in Q3 2017 to 7.0% at the end of Q4. Underemployment also fell from 18.0% to 12.3% in final three months of
The 2017 September quarter Australian geoscientist employment survey is open for contributions until 21st October. You can complete the survey here. This survey will provide data on trends in geoscientist employment in Australia during the third (June to September) quarter of 2017. The June 2017 employment survey showed that unemployment and under-employment for geoscientists continued to improve,
It’s time for another quarterly snapshot of the geoscientist employment situation in Australia. This survey will provide data on trends in geoscientist employment in Australia during the second quarter of 2017. The March 2017 employment survey showed that unemployment and under-employment for geoscientists had fallen in three of the last four quarters – encouraging news after
The latest Australian Geoscientist Employment Survey is open for contributions. The survey takes only a few minutes to complete and can be accessed here. The survey is the latest instalment in the series, introduced to examine the impacts of the global economic downturn of 2009 on geoscientist employment in Australia. This instalment in the survey series
The latest Australian Geoscientist Employment Survey is open for contributions until 22 October, 2016. Follow this link to complete the survey. The June 2016 quarter Australian Geoscientist Employment Survey revealed that employment prospects for geoscientists throughout Australia were potentially showing signs of improvement. At the end of June, the combined unemployed + underemployed rate was
The jobs outlook for Australia’s geoscientists has shown the first small signs of improvement in two years with the number of professional geoscientists in Australia seeking work or unable to secure satisfactory self-employment, falling fell in the June quarter compared with the preceding period. This is the first sign of any improvement in the sector