0% of the resident workers (All industries) in the City of Moreland have qualifications, compared to 0% for Victoria.
Education is an essential means of building the knowledge and skill levels of the labour force, which is a key factor in achieving future economic and social development.
The level of educational attainment for the City of Moreland's resident workforce relates to a number of factors including:
- The age structure of the resident workforce;
- The professional or social ambitions of people to obtain qualifications (that is, to seek education and retraining);
- The opportunities afforded to people to continue studying beyond compulsory schooling, and;
- The knowledge and skill requirements of the local industries.
Qualification should be looked at in conjunction with Income , Occupations and Field of qualification for a clearer picture of the knowledge and skill level of the City of Moreland's local resident workers.
When comparing the Qualifications of local resident worker with local workers, Qualifications statistics indicates whether an economy draws on the skills offered by its own residents or on a different set of skills imported from elsewhere in the region.
Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) – Census 2011 and 2016 – by usual residence
Analysis of the qualifications of the resident workers (All industries) in the City of Moreland in 2016 compared to Victoria shows that there was a lower proportion of resident holding formal qualifications (Bachelor or higher degree; Advanced Diploma or Diploma; or Vocational qualifications), and a lower proportion of males with no formal qualifications.
Overall, 0% of the resident workers (All industries) held educational qualifications, and 0% had no qualifications, compared with 0% and 0% respectively for Victoria.
The major differences between qualifications held by the resident workers (All industries) of the City of Moreland and (Victoria) were:
The largest changes in the qualifications held by the resident workers (All industries) in the City of Moreland between 2011 and 2016 were: