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Part 1
Step 1: Five predicted career trends
While people are trying hard to get their place in a Government firm, career minded
Australians can completely rely on private sector jobs for better growth and remuneration. In
spite of decline in traditional career option trends, alternative areas of career growth are showing
salary hikes and beneficial returns. According to Businessinsider.com (2017) Top five career
trends has been chosen from those options for this assignment.
1. Health Care and Social Assistance – Healthcare sector is going to see some major shift in
future. The career opportunities will increase in each levels and pay scale will increase as
2. Computer Network Professionals and technicians – Professional of this sector are high in
demand and in near future, lucrative pay scale and promotional opportunities are waiting
for them.
3. Education and training sector – Australian educational board decided to hire at least one
early childhood teacher in every kindergarten. Due to this law, education sector is going
to see huge recruitment phase in future.
4. Retail trade – This sector has emerged as a champion for recruitment and business
development in recent era. However, the business has chances to grow more in near
future. Recently, the main sector in retail trade are fashion and clothing, which will shift
to other sector as well.
5. Marketing consultant – this sector is going to grow with particular boom for jobs for
startups. In this era of entrepreneurs and startups, role of market consultants and
analyzers are very important.
Step 2: Increasing and decreasing job market
The government of Australia undertakes surveys and researches of employment trends to
understand the developmental policies and program deliveries. According to Lmip.gov.au
(2017), the Australian market shows positive results. With fall in unemployment rates and
increased job adverts Australian job market is quite suitable for career-minded people. However,
in this increasing job market, few jobs have lost its identities and going to decrease drastically
(van Nooten et. al., 2017).
Decreasing job trends
Full time jobs are going to face a bad period as people of Australia has shown more
interests to part time or casual works. According to a report, more than 68 percent of
young Australians has started their career with part time or casual jobs rather than a full
time work (Hotline & Hotline, 2017).
Scientific research, technical services and wholesale market seen major declines recently.
Trade of manufacturing units gets down by 2.3 percent, which affects mother companies
drastically. However, employment in mining revived a bit, but that revival need to be
seen through the glass of large decline back in 2012 when 47300 people were forced to
leave their jobs (Bonoli, 2017).
Increasing job trends
The job trends of future is going to be more skill oriented and people with skill will have
more opportunities than others. Within these skilled jobs, nursing will be prevailing.
These already known professionals are going to have better pay scale and career
promotion plans. Nurses are always in high demand across the nation and projections
shows that this profession will be one of the fastest growing occupation by 2025 (Tan &
Lester, 2012).
Space research scientists are going to have a huge pay scale as the Australian government
is going to spend lucrative amount of fund to government driven space researches. The
Australian Space Research Institute has already started increasing its energy capacities
and vacancies will be generating soon (Businessinsider.com, 2017).
Education professional will have lucrative career as the government is concerned about
the educational sector. After imposing the law of at least one early childhood teacher in
every preschool, the vacancy for those teachers have increased drastically (Hotline &
Hotline, 2017).
Step 3: Driving force for these trends
Trends of this future job market has been set up depending on some criteria like climate,
culture and educational trends (Choi & Varian, 2012).
The recent work culture of Australia focuses on part time or casual works than full time
jobs. Recent studies shows that 68 percent of educated Australian start their career with a
part time job. Likewise, people are more interested in starting their own business or in
other words, in startups. Hence, people with proper market knowledge and trends are in

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