Penrith City

Residents place of work by occupation - All occupations

53,491 or 56.4% of Penrith City’s resident workers travel outside of the area to work.

Journey to Work (residents) data shows where Penrith City's resident workers go to work and whether they need to travel significant distances to work. This impacts upon planning and advocacy for roads and public transport provision, as well as economic development strategies to develop local employment which fits the skills and qualifications of the resident workers.

The distance travelled by residents in different broad occupations may be influenced by; the nature of employment opportunities versus the skills and qualifications of local residents; transport options available and commuting times; relationship between wages and salaries (people will travel further for higher paid jobs), house prices in the local area; and the geographic size of the local area.

Residents place of work data should be viewed alongside Self-containment and Jobs to workers ratio datasets, as well as modelled Employed residents estimates, which are updated annually. The Resident workers section will provide the characteristics of resident workers.

Data source

Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) – Census 2016 – by place of work

Occupation
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Employment location of resident workers by occupation
Penrith City Council - All occupations 2016
LocationNumber%.
Live and work in the area36,64138.6
Live in the area, but work outside53,49156.4
No fixed place of work4,6924.9
Total employed residents in the area94,824100.0

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Census of Population and Housing 2016. Compiled and presented in economy.id by .id (informed decisions)

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Employment location of resident workers by LGA by occupation
Penrith City Council - All occupations 2016
LocationNumber%.
Penrith (C)36,64138.6
Blacktown (C)14,29015.1
Parramatta (C)7,9218.4
Sydney (C)5,9446.3
No Fixed Address (NSW)4,6654.9
Cumberland (A)3,8034.0
Fairfield (C)3,1553.3
Hawkesbury (C)2,6552.8
The Hills Shire (A)2,1132.2
Liverpool (C)1,8942.0
Ryde (C)1,3571.4
Blue Mountains (C)1,3331.4
Canterbury-Bankstown (A)1,2921.4
Campbelltown (C) (NSW)7550.8
Strathfield (A)7470.8
Canada Bay (A)7010.7
North Sydney (A)6770.7
Inner West (A)5640.6
Camden (A)4600.5
Willoughby (C)4480.5
Botany Bay (C)3700.4
Hornsby (A)3630.4
Burwood (A)2720.3
Northern Beaches (A)2450.3
Wollondilly (A)2070.2
Randwick (C)2050.2
Georges River (A)1740.2
Lane Cove (A)1600.2
Rockdale (C)1510.2
Sutherland Shire (A)1510.2
Ku-ring-gai (A)1310.1
Waverley (A)1040.1
Woollahra (A)730.1
Central Coast (C) (NSW)680.1
Wollongong (C)470.0
Unincorporated ACT370.0
Lithgow (C)320.0
Hunters Hill (A)290.0
Newcastle (C)270.0
Wingecarribee (A)260.0
Mosman (A)210.0
Goulburn Mulwaree (A)200.0
Brisbane (C)200.0
Ashburton (S)180.0
Melbourne (C)180.0
Dubbo Regional (A)180.0
Shoalhaven (C)180.0
Port Stephens (A)150.0
Monash (C)140.0
No Fixed Address (Qld)140.0
Snowy Monaro Regional (A)130.0
Shellharbour (C)130.0
Port Macquarie-Hastings (A)120.0
Townsville (C)120.0
Lake Macquarie (C)110.0
Bathurst Regional (A)110.0
Perth (C)100.0

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Census of Population and Housing 2016. Compiled and presented in economy.id by .id (informed decisions) Excludes residential locations with fewer than 10 people.

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