Counting employment – which figures to use

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2 Responses

  1. Andrew says:

    From an agriculture employment perspective another useful statistic to map is Employment Locations for the workforce in Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries which for land use planning can give an indication in peri-urban areas where hot spots for agriculture is occurring.

  2. Glenn Capuano says:

    Thanks Andrew,

    Most people are surprised at the amount of agriculture that occurs on the fringes of our capitals, thinking it’s just a rural phenomenon. Eg. Werribee South and the Yarra Valley in Melbourne, and Hawkesbury and Liverpool in Sydney.


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