What was the growth of employed persons in Australia between 2006 and 2011?

The number of employed persons in Australia grew by 1.0 million between 2006 and 2011.

What was the growth of employed persons in Victoria between 2006 and 2011?

The number of employed persons in Victoria grew by 292,000 between 2006 and 2011. Victoria had the largest single increase in the number of employed persons during this period, followed by New South Wales (285,000) and Queensland (254,000). Victoria has the second largest labour market, following New South Wales.

Which metropolitan Local Government Areas in Victoria (LGAs) had the largest increase in jobs between 2006 and 2011?

The five metropolitan LGAs with the largest increase in jobs were:

Local Government Area - (Increase in jobs 2006 to 2011)
Melbourne (C) - (62,820)
Yarra (C) - (9,850)
Hume (C) - (7,250)
Whittlesea (C) - (7,120)
Wyndham (C) - (6,650)

Which regional Local Government Areas in Victoria (LGAs) had the largest increase in jobs between 2006 and 2011?

The five regional LGAs with the largest increase in jobs were:

Local Government Area - (Increase in jobs 2006 to 2011)
Geelong (C) - (4,510)
Bass Coast (S) - (3,460)
Baw Baw (S) - (1,510)
Greater Bendigo (C) - (1,240)
Surf Coast (S) - (1,160)

What was the growth of employment in Melbourne's Growth Area LGAs?

Employment in Melbourne's Growth Area LGAs grew by 34,000 jobs between 2006 and 2011. In 2011, the Growth Area LGAs contained 13.5% of metropolitan Melbourne's employment. Overall, the Growth Area LGAs contained 9.6% of Victoria's employment.

Hume had the greatest amount of employment growth for the Growth Area LGAs with 7,252 jobs. Melton had the highest annual average growth rate of 7.2% per annum.

How many people are employed in Inner Melbourne?

In 2011, 491,600 persons worked in Inner Melbourne. Around 41% of Inner Melbourne employment was in Business Services.

What was the growth in employment for Inner Melbourne between 2006 and 2011?

Between 2006 and 2011, employment in Inner Melbourne grew by 69,800 jobs.
The City of Melbourne had the single largest increase of all LGAs in Victoria during this period growing by 62,800 jobs.