Results of the South East Region Jobs Survey

The results are in! Of the more than 110 surveys completed by interested community members in the South East Region, the following details were captured:

Work Status

Looking for work: 34

Not looking for work: 69 – of those some are retired, full-time carers or studying.

Didn’t answer: 11

Stand out theme

A common theme was the need to support alternative work models for professionals and to foster creative means of employment.

Barriers

Similar to the Derwent Valley, travel and transport were identified as  barriers across the whole region, specifically in terms of accessing regional job opportunities as well as commuting to Hobart.

 

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