Tourism jobs challenge
How might we determine the future tourism job needs for Queensland?
A list of useful Queensland Government open datasets are tagged on data.qld.gov.au
- Previous research estimated 23,000 additional jobs are required by 2020. How many jobs will be needed in the next 5 years? 10 years? 15 years?
- Tourism in Queensland continues to grow and evolve. It covers a range of ANZSIC industry sectors
- Tourism industry = 1 in 11 Queensland jobs
- How will tourism labour and skill needs change? Our workforce must meet future industry needs?
What is your solution?
We suggest you consider using the following Queensland Government open dataset:
Locating open data
Below is a list of open datasets and resources you might like to use for this challenge.
- Tourism Research Australia – State Tourism Satellite Accounts 2016-17 (direct tourism employment broken down by ANZSIC sector)
- Tourism Research Australia - Tourism Forecasts 2017 (visitor night forecasts by State to 2026)
- ABS - Labour Force data including 6202.0 and 6291.0.55.003 (national and state employment data by industry)
- Department of Education and Training – higher education enrolments and completion data
- Department of Employment, Small Business and Training – VET training activity data
- Department of Jobs and Small Business – 2017 Employment Projections
- ABS - ANZSIC industry sector codes and ANZSIC classification system
- SIC Codes – What is an ANZSIC Code?
- Queensland Government - Young Tourism Leaders
- Deloitte Access Economics – Australian Tourism Labour Force Report 2015 -2020
- Jobs Queensland - Queensland Tourism Workforce Plan 2017-2020
- DestinationQ, 2014 - Queensland’s tourism workforce - a workforce profile of Queensland’s tourism industry
- Skills IQ, 2017 - Tourism, Travel and Hospitality Industry Reference Committee – Industry Skills Forecast
- Acil Allen Consulting, 2016 - Careers and Jobs outreach strategy
- Service Skills Australia, 2016 - SIT Tourism, Travel and Hospitality Training Package – Companion Volume Implementation Guide
- Queensland Tourism Industry Council - Chef’s Shortage Report (2018)
- Destination Q – Commissioned research papers
- Skift – Megatrends Defining Travel in 2018
- Deloitte Insights, 2018 - The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here—are you ready?
- Tourism Research Australia - Tourism Businesses in Australia, June 2012 to June 2016