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Bundaberg Regional Council

Employed residents

In the Bundaberg Regional Council, there were 37,926 residents employed in the year ending June 2018.

This indicator shows the estimated number of employed residents of the local area, on an annual basis back to 2001. Employed residents may have a workplace anywhere, inside or outside the area. The dataset is derived from the National Economics microsimulation model, based on the ABS labour force survey.

A growing number of resident employed can indicate a growing economy, or a growing residential population, supplying labour to other areas. To build a more complete picture of the residential economy, this dataset should be viewed in conjunction with Local employment, Employment self-containment, Residents place of work by industry and Residents place of work by occupation datasets.

Employed residents
Employed residents 2018, Bundaberg Regional Council: 37,926 2017, Bundaberg Regional Council: 36,932 2016, Bundaberg Regional Council: 36,817 2015, Bundaberg Regional Council: 36,185 2014, Bundaberg Regional Council: 37,433 2013, Bundaberg Regional Council: 38,166 2012, Bundaberg Regional Council: 37,782 2011, Bundaberg Regional Council: 37,651 2010, Bundaberg Regional Council: 37,415 2009, Bundaberg Regional Council: 37,447 2008, Bundaberg Regional Council: 36,432 2007, Bundaberg Regional Council: 35,408 2006, Bundaberg Regional Council: 34,203 2005, Bundaberg Regional Council: 32,698 2004, Bundaberg Regional Council: 30,972 2003, Bundaberg Regional Council: 30,583 2002, Bundaberg Regional Council: 29,262 2001, Bundaberg Regional Council: 29,170
Source: National Institute of Economic and Industry Research (NIEIR) ©2018
Compiled and presented in economy.id by .id the population experts
Employed residents
Bundaberg Regional CouncilQueensland
Year (ending June 30)Number% changeNumber% changeBundaberg Regional Council as a % of Queensland
201837,926+2.692,469,273+4.291.54
201736,932+0.312,367,767+0.161.56
201636,817+1.752,363,880+1.731.56
201536,185-3.332,323,768+0.181.56
201437,433-1.922,319,554+1.341.61
201338,166+1.022,288,992+0.181.67
201237,782+0.352,284,934+1.341.65
201137,651+0.632,254,617+1.781.67
201037,415-0.082,215,145+0.411.69
200937,447+2.792,206,009+2.991.70
200836,432+2.892,142,027+2.991.70
200735,408+3.522,079,876+4.831.70
200634,203+4.601,984,086+3.891.72
200532,698+5.571,909,753+5.271.71
200430,972+1.271,814,216+3.281.71
200330,583+4.521,756,538+3.991.74
200229,262+0.311,689,066+2.261.73
200129,170--1,651,777--1.77

Source: National Institute of Economic and Industry Research (NIEIR) ©2018. Compiled and presented in economy.id by .id , the population experts

NIEIR-ID data are adjusted each year, using updated employment estimates. Each release may change previous years’ figures.Learn more

Annual change in employed residents
Annual change in employed residents 2018, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2017, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2016, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2015, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2014, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2013, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2012, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2011, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2010, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2009, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2008, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2007, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2006, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2005, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2004, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2003, Average annual growth rate: 1.5% 2018, Queensland: 4.3% 2017, Queensland: 0.2% 2016, Queensland: 1.7% 2015, Queensland: 0.2% 2014, Queensland: 1.3% 2013, Queensland: 0.2% 2012, Queensland: 1.3% 2011, Queensland: 1.8% 2010, Queensland: 0.4% 2009, Queensland: 3.0% 2008, Queensland: 3.0% 2007, Queensland: 4.8% 2006, Queensland: 3.9% 2005, Queensland: 5.3% 2004, Queensland: 3.3% 2003, Queensland: 4.0% 2018, Bundaberg Regional Council: 2.7% 2017, Bundaberg Regional Council: 0.3% 2016, Bundaberg Regional Council: 1.7% 2015, Bundaberg Regional Council: -3.3% 2014, Bundaberg Regional Council: -1.9% 2013, Bundaberg Regional Council: 1.0% 2012, Bundaberg Regional Council: 0.3% 2011, Bundaberg Regional Council: 0.6% 2010, Bundaberg Regional Council: -0.1% 2009, Bundaberg Regional Council: 2.8% 2008, Bundaberg Regional Council: 2.9% 2007, Bundaberg Regional Council: 3.5% 2006, Bundaberg Regional Council: 4.6% 2005, Bundaberg Regional Council: 5.6% 2004, Bundaberg Regional Council: 1.3% 2003, Bundaberg Regional Council: 4.5%
Source: National Institute of Economic and Industry Research (NIEIR) ©2018
Compiled and presented in economy.id by .id the population experts
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