The latest Australian Geoscientist Employment Survey is open for contributions

The latest Australian Geoscientist Employment Survey is open for contributions

Please contribute before 30th October 2022. The survey will collect information for the third quarter of 2022 and will be open for contributions until 30th October 2022.  Follow this link to complete the survey. This survey covers the third quarter of 2022, from the beginning of July to the end of September. Geoscientific skills and

The latest (Q1 2022) AIG Australian Geoscientist Employment Survey is open for contributions

Welcome to the first employment survey for 2022. Follow this link to complete the survey. The opening of the survey for contributions has been delayed from earlier in April due to the Easter and ANZAC Day holidays throughout Australia. Geoscientist unemployment in Australia increased during the final quarter of 2021, from a historic low of

Australian geoscientist employment survey open for contributions

The latest Australian Geoscientist Employment Survey is open for contributions until Saturday, 5th February 2022. The third-quarter employment survey for 2021 recorded one of the lowest unemployment rates recorded since these surveys commenced more than 10 years ago.  Geoscientist unemployment fell to 1.8% in September 2021.  The under-employment rate amongst geoscientists (respondents able to secure 25% or less

Geoscientist unemployment at record low levels

Geoscientist unemployment fell to 1.8% in September 2021: equal to the lowest level recorded in 10 years of quarterly employment surveys by the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG). The under-employment rate amongst geoscientists (respondents able to secure 25% or less of their desired workload) fell to 6.0%.   The unemployment and under-employment rates in the previous

The latest employment survey closes this weekend

Help to make a difference – please contribute now The latest quarterly survey of geoscientist employment in Australia is open for contributions. AIG members are asked to complete the survey by following this link and encouraging friends and colleagues to also contribute. You do not need to be an AIG member to participate in the survey which is

Latest employment survey open

This survey is designed to examine whether the improved employment conditions for geoscientists throughout Australia evident in the second half of 2020 have continued into the current year.  Geoscientist unemployment fell to just 4.5% nationally in the final quarter of 2020.  This was accompanied by a fall in the under-employment rate to 9.3%.  For the

2020 ends with a strong improvement in geoscientist employment

Australia’s geoscientists benefitted from a sharp increase in employment opportunities in the final quarter of 2020 according to the latest AIG Australian geoscientist employment survey. Unemployment amongst professional geoscientists (geologists, geophysicists and allied Earth scientists) recommenced a downward trend after improvement in employment prospects stalled throughout the previous three quarters of the year. AIG President,

Latest Employment Survey open for submissions

The latest instalment in AIG’s Australian geoscientist employment survey is open for submissions.

Australian Geoscientist Employment Survey, September Quarter 2020

  Little Change in Geoscientist Employment Brisbane, 28th October 2020 Geoscientist employment in Australia remained relatively stable during the third quarter of 2020. Nationally, unemployment increased to 10.6% from 8.6% in the June quarter, while under-employment fell significantly to 12.7% from 17.4% for the period. Under-employment, in this survey series, is defined as geoscientists being

The latest Australian geoscientist employment update is open for contributions until this Saturday

Please take two minutes to share your employment experience and encourage your friends and colleagues to contribute.   Contributions to the latest Australian geoscientist employment survey close 24th October 2020. The second quarter 2020 employment survey, conducted in June, provided a first look at how Australian geoscience, particularly mineral exploration and mining, was being impacted by the coronavirus pandemic in