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Prospects for drivers and mobile plant operators

12/2014
Skilled manual workers including taxi, train and bus drivers, as well as ships' deck crews and crane operators.
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Prospects for food, wood and garment processing craft workers

12/2014
A diverse group including food processing workers, cabinet - makers and tailors.
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Prospects for metal and electrical trades

12/2014
Includes electricians, electronic mechanics, tool setters, welders and blacksmiths.
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Prospects for health associate professionals

12/2014
Includes medical and pharmaceutical technicians, nursing assistants support services in community health, dentistry and environmental health.
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Prospects for sales workers

12/2014
Primarily working in retail, this large group includes shop, street and market salespersons, as well as cashiers and ticket clerks.
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Prospects for skilled agricultural workers

12/2014
Includes farming workers who grow and harvest crops or breed animals, as well as fishery and forestry workers.
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Prospects for science and engineering professionals

12/2014
A group of knowledge - intensive occupations, including architects, planners, surveyors, life science and engineering professionals.
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Prospects for teaching professionals

12/2014
Includes pre - school, primary and high school teachers, vocational education instructors, university lecturers and special needs teachers.
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Prospects for labourers in mining, construction, manufacturing and transport

12/2014
Non - agricultural labourers are manual workers who perform a range of simple and routine tasks, which vary by industry.
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Prospects for handicraft and printing workers

12/2014
Handicraft workers make and repair musical instruments, jewellery, pottery and porcelain ware; while the printing trades include printers and binding workers.