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Population and other demographic data

Central Coast – Employedpersons by Industryof employment byhoursworked

2011 Census 2006 Census %age change

Agriculture, forestry and fishing

909

1,001

-09.2

Mining

714

400

+78.5

Manufacturing

11,473

11,723

-02.1

Electricity, gas, water and waste services

1,858

1,524

+21.9

Construction

12,585

11,725

+07.3

Wholesale trade

4,529

4,674

-03.1

Retail trade

16,421

16,528

-00.6

Accommodation and food services

9,485

8,279

+14.6

Transport, postal and warehousing

5,685

5,318

+06.9

Information media and telecommunications

2,598

2,418

+07.4

Financial and insurance services

4,135

4,211

-01.8

Rental, hiring and real estate services

2,166

2,284

-05.2

Professional, scientific and technical services

7,170

6,228

+15.1

Administrative and support services

4,514

3,636

+24.1

Public administration and safety

8,353

7,516

+11.1

Education and training

9,415

8,260

+14.0

Health care and social assistance

18,617

15,477

+20.3

Arts and recreation services

1,962

1,686

+16.4

Other services

5,385

4,952

+20.1

Not stated

3,036

2,872

+05.7

TOTAL

131,012

120,717

+08.5

SOURCE: ABS CENSUS 2011 AND 2006

Central Coast – Employedpersons by Industry sector

Occupation

No. of persons

% NSW %

Professionals

23,466

17.9

22.7

Technicians and Trades Workers

20,611

15.7

13.2

Clerical and Administrative Workers

19,139

14.6

15.1

Community and Personal Service Workers

15,075

11.5

9.5

Sales Workers

14,738

11.2

9.3

Managers

14,312

10.9

13.3

Labourers

13,434

10.3

8.7

Machinery Operators and Drivers

8,039

6.1

6.4

Total

128,814

SOURCE: ABS CENSUS 2011

Theworkforce

The Central Coast Ultimate Guide to Business

June 2015

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