Money Job seekers in NSW are eager to work outside the state: analysis

22:39  13 november  2017
22:39  13 november  2017 Source:   msn.com

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“Considering there are 1.85 million dwellings in Greater Sydney, this results in over billion of housing affordability improvements for Sydney,” the report stated . Job seekers in NSW are eager to work outside the state : analysis .

Economist at jobs site Indeed, Callam Pickering, recently conducted an analysis of job seeker job seekers in New South Wales were for jobs posted in other states . “With the exception of South Australia, STEM job seekers in NSW are the most likely group to search for work interstate.”

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New data suggests that tech and finance employees are eager to leave Sydney for other Australian states. A midyear poll has found that one in three people was considering leaving Sydney in the next five years.

This is according to a poll by Ipsos Public Affairs for the Committee for Sydney. The poll asked 1000 Sydney residents.

The findings is supported by an analysis of job behaviour which has found that about nine percent of clicks by science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) job seekers in New South Wales were for jobs advertised outside the state. The analysis was conducted by Callam Pickering, an economist at jobs site Indeed. “By comparison, only six percent of clicks for New South Wales STEM job postings were coming from job seekers living in other states,” he said.

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Northern Territory is the easiest state to get a job as it has six applicants for every job , followed by states like NSW and Tasmania. In Sydney just 2.85 job seekers compete for a single graduate role, compared to 7.32 outside of the city.

With the exception of South Australia, Pickering said job seekers in NSW are the most likely group to search for work interstate. The findings come despite an analysis of the census data by the consultancy SGS E, in which report authors concluded that employment in Sydney is booming.

Pickering recognised that it’s not that tech workers could not get a job in NSW. But he said they’re more than happy to move interstate as long as the right job is available, adding many highly skilled workers would rather live somewhere else.

He added that when they do move, it’s mostly to regional NSW, Brisbane and Melbourne. “It doesn’t mean they took the job, but it shows the sentiment to move elsewhere is there,” news.com.au quoted him as saying.

Pickering can relate to this sentiment. In 2008, he moved to Sydney for a plumb post in the RBA graduate program.  He decided to return to Melbourne in 2012 due to lower cost of living.

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According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ interstate migration figures, a greater number of people are moving out of Sydney than moving in. Some 93,000 Sydneysiders migrated either to regional NSW or interstate in the 2015-16 financial year. This figure is comparable to 70,000 people who moved to Sydney.

Ipsos Public Affairs poll revealed that 52 percent or the majority of people who rent were considering leaving, while 53 percent of 18 to 25 year olds were considering a fresh start somewhere else. The Director of Advocacy at the Committee for Sydney, James Hulme, listed problems with housing affordability and transport infrastructure as main concerns.

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