Jobs Queensland is exploring what future work could look like in 2030 for Queenslanders and our economy.
We have heard from industries, communities and academics that work, industries and skills are changing, and we need to be preparing so we have an adaptable workforce in our state.
There has also been significant media attention on future work as we move further into the 21st century, with much reporting focused largely on technological impacts.
Over the last three years and through extensive research, stakeholder consultation and engagement (PDF, 1.2MB), we have delivered a number of research pieces and reports examining issues which will be important as we prepare Queensland for the future of work.
Future Work, Future Jobs report
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Future work, future jobs builds upon an extensive literature review to outline key findings and recommendations relevant to future work in Queensland.
Shared priority, purpose and responsibility towards a positive vision for skills and employment will underpin our future prosperity.
A number of resources have been developed and released as part of the Future Work project.
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Reports and resources
- Lifelong learning: The foundation of future work (22 July 2021)
- Future work for small business: Skills, capabilities and potential (12 June 2021)
- Queensland Government’s response to Jobs Queensland’s Future work, future jobs: Preparing Queensland for the evolution of work report (PDF, 1.48 MB) (26 February 2020)
- Future work, future jobs: Preparing Queensland for the evolution of work (PDF, 1 MB) (12 November 2019)
- Future work, future jobs: Preparing Queensland for the evolution of work summary (PDF, 232 KB) (12 November 2019)
- Future of work - Social research report and summary (June 2019)
- The Future of Work in Queensland to 2030: Evolution of revolution? Discussion paper (PDF, 600 KB) (15 February 2019)
- Future of Work – Literature review (PDF, 1.04 MB) (15 February 2019)
Last updated 3 November 2021