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The Future of Employment and Skills (FES) research centre conducts impartial and ethical applied social and economic research to address contemporary human capital issues.
We bring together an experienced, multi-disciplinary team of economists and sociologists with high level research skills in economics, econometrics, sociology (qualitative and quantitative), data analysis and survey methodology. The team comprises deep expertise in the policy areas of employment, skills, education, disability, health, industrial relations, Indigenous research and more.
Professor Kostas Mavromaras, Director of the Future of Employment and Skills research centre, is a contributing author of the 2018-2019 Pacific Economic Cooperation Council, ITS State of the Region report. The newly published report will inform the forthcoming APEC meeting in November 2018.Read more about Jobs and skills in the Asia Pacific region
A new working paper by the Future of Employment and Skills research centre outlines the steps the sector could take to achieve a skilled and sustainable aged care workforce both now and into the future.Read more about The future for an aged care workforce