Future of work

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The future of work - Occupational and education trends in Australia

Examining demand in the Australian labour market

Deloitte Access Economics has been commissioned by Keypath Education Australia to examine how workforce and education trends are developing across a number of occupational segments in the Australian labour market.

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Deloitte Access Economics has been commissioned by Keypath Education Australia to examine how workforce and education trends are developing across a number of occupational segments in the Australian labour market. 

These reports seek to provide forward looking insights on how the nature of work and study in these occupations are evolving as a result of ongoing changes to the economic, business and labour market landscape.

Human resources

With employees becoming more mobile across their careers, and technology disrupting all industries and business functions, the role for human resources is growing increasingly critical within the workplace.

The increased pace of workforce change is contributing to growing demand for human resources professionals with a diverse range of skills who can adapt to these changes as required. An important role for the human resources area will be to provide both strategic and practical support to deliver improved workforce outcomes, with a particular focus on the impact of digital technology on the workforce.

In this context, Deloitte Access Economics has been commissioned to examine how occupational and education trends are developing across the human resources workforce in Australia. This report seeks to provide forward looking insights on how the nature of work and study in human resources are evolving as a result of ongoing changes to the economic, business and labour market landscape.

Occupational and education trends in human resources in Australia

Data science

New technological capabilities are enabling organisations across a range of industries to translate quantitative data into practical business insights.

The level of growth and variety of data now available is resulting in companies integrating data and analytics into their daily operations. Therefore, demand for individuals with data science skills has increased, with the development of analytics roles in a diverse array of sectors and applications.

In this context, Deloitte Access Economics has been commissioned to examine how occupational and education trends are developing across the data science workforce in Australia. This report seeks to provide forward looking insights on how the nature of work and study in data science are evolving as a result of ongoing changes to the economic, business and labour market landscape.

Occupational and education trends in data science in Australia

Nursing

As an important part of the healthcare system, nurses may need to take on more complex and specialised roles in the future in order to manage patient care, both in hospitals and across broader community settings. The nursing workforce is also being affected by new health technologies that are changing the nature of healthcare provision, enabling real-time patient monitoring and analytics.

In this context, Deloitte Access Economics has been commissioned to examine how occupational and education trends are developing across the nursing workforce in Australia. This report seeks to provide forward looking insights on how the nature of work and study in nursing are evolving as a result of ongoing changes to the economic, business and labour market landscape.

Occupational and education trends in nursing in Australia

Marketing

Marketing is increasingly seen as part of the broader business calculus rather than a stand alone area, with greater integration between marketing and other parts of a business such as product design and data analytics. These trends have affected the skill needs of employees working in marketing occupations, with collaboration and digital literacy becoming increasingly important and valuable skills.

In this context, Deloitte Access Economics has been commissioned to examine how occupational and education trends are developing across the marketing workforce in Australia. This report seeks to provide forward looking insights on how the nature of work and study in marketing are evolving as a result of ongoing changes to the economic, business and labour market landscape.

Occupational and education trends in marketing in Australia

Supply chain and logistics

As parts of the supply chain become increasingly digitised, there are significantly increased volumes of data which can be used in supply chain and logistics management to drive efficiency improvements.

A business’s supply chain and logistics function requires a good understanding of logistics systems, strategic management and how to use data to make better operational decisions. This involves the creation of customer-responsive and sustainable strategies across the value chain. 

In this context, Deloitte Access Economics has examined how occupational and education trends are developing across the supply chain and logistics workforce in Australia.

 

Occupational and education trends in supply chain and logistics in Australia
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