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Bright future for jobs in Australian cotton sector: Report
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May '18
Australia’s cotton industry could benefit from growth in jobs, according to the latest future job openings research report from the country’s National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), which forecasts growth in total job openings between 2017 and 2024. From 570,600 managerial jobs to be created in this period, 80,900 will be of farm managers.

Future demand for farmers and farm managers could accelerate opportunities for the growth of Australia's cotton industry, particularly in the New South Wales southern valleys, said Cotton Australia general manager Michael Murray commenting on the report.

"An ageing farm leadership demographic combined with the expansion of the sector as a whole will create fantastic opportunities for people to enter the cotton industry," a press release from Cotton Australia quoted Murray as saying. (DS)

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