Coffs Harbour City
Local workers - Field of qualification - Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing
Agriculture, Environmental and Related Studies is the most common qualification for Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing workers in Coffs Harbour City.
Field of Qualification presents the primary field of study for the highest qualification the person has received. While this is likely to have some relationship to the current occupation, this is not necessarily the case.
The field of study relates to a number of factors, such as:
- The age of the workforce;
- The type of qualification required to enter an industry;
- The availability of jobs related to fields of qualification in Coffs Harbour City;
- The types of occupations which are available in an area or industry.
The fields of qualification held by local workers in a particular industry are likely to show the type of skills required in that industry. Large numbers of a particular field of qualification in an industry may indicate that it is a pre-requisite for that industry. The presence of fields of qualification outside the main range of qualifications used in that industry may indicate that the industry values employees of a broad educational background, or that people haven't been able to find employment in their chosen field.
Field of Qualification information should be looked at in conjunction with Level of qualification and Occupation data for a clearer picture of the skills available for the local workers in Coffs Harbour City.
Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) – Census 2011 (experimental imputed) & 2016 – by place of work
|Local workers field of qualification - Summary|
|Coffs Harbour City - Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing||2016||2011||Change|
|Field of qualification (Click rows to view sub-categories)||Number||%||New South Wales||Number||%||New South Wales||2011 - 2016|
|Natural and Physical Sciences||28||1.78||1.41||12||1.25||1.10||+16|
|Engineering and Related Technologies||117||7.47||9.30||63||6.58||7.92||+54|
|Architecture and Building||32||2.04||2.25||24||2.51||1.96||+8|
|Agriculture, Environmental and Related Studies||155||9.89||15.71||104||10.87||14.60||+51|
|Management and Commerce||118||7.53||7.99||63||6.58||6.67||+55|
|Society and Culture||78||4.98||3.02||22||2.30||2.50||+56|
|Food, Hospitality and Personal Services||28||1.78||1.79||21||2.19||1.54||+7|
|Mixed Field Programmes||4||0.25||0.11||3||0.31||0.03||+1|
|Not stated or inadequately described||59||3.76||3.25||53||5.54||3.60||+6|
Analysis of the fields of qualifications of the Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing shows that the three largest fields of qualification were:
- Agriculture, Environmental and Related Studies (155 people or 9.9%)
- Management and Commerce (118 people or 7.5%)
- Engineering and Related Technologies (117 people or 7.5%)
In combination these three fields accounted for 390 people in total or24.9% of Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing.
In comparison, New South Wales employed 15.7% in Agriculture, Environmental and Related Studies; 8.0% in Management and Commerce and 9.3% in Engineering and Related Technologies.
The major differences between the fields of qualifications of the Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing workforce in Coffs Harbour City and New South Wales were:
- A smaller percentage of local workers qualified in the field of Agriculture, Environmental and Related Studies (9.9% compared to 15.7%)
- A larger percentage of local workers qualified in the field of Society and Culture (5.0% compared to 3.0%)
- A smaller percentage of local workers qualified in the field of Engineering and Related Technologies (7.5% compared to 9.3%)
- A smaller percentage of local workers qualified in the field of Health (1.5% compared to 2.7%)
The largest changes in fields of qualifications of the Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing workforce in Coffs Harbour City between 2011 and 2016 were:
- Society and Culture (+56.00 local workers)
- Management and Commerce (+55.00 local workers)
- Engineering and Related Technologies (+54.00 local workers)
- Agriculture, Environmental and Related Studies (+51.00 local workers)