The State of the Engineering Profession
The State of the Engineering Report addresses the policy priorities of Engineers Australia in 2015-16. It presents Engineers Australia's position on a number of key issues facing the economy and community, while also providing national policy ideas that will benefit the nation in the long-term.
Download a pdf version of the report here.
9 June 2016
This Policy Note provides comprehensive analysis of the movement of students into university engineering courses. The flow of current year 12 students and direct applications are examined.
31 May 2016
This Policy Note provides detailed information on retention of high school students to year 12, and discusses participation in critical foundation subjects for tertiary study of engineering.
05 May 2016
This Policy Note compares infrastructure allocations in the 2016 budget, and compares them to the allocations in the last three budgets.
08 October 2015
This Policy Note provides an update on previously unavailable statistics covering the number of 457 visa holders as well as new approvals.
25 June 2015
This Policy Note discusses declining participation by year 12 students in mathematics and science subjects that are essential for the study of engineering.
18 May 2015
This Policy Note compares infrastructure allocations in the 2015 budget, and compares them to the allocations in the last three budgets.
30 March 2015
This Policy Note analyses changes in the engineering labour market from 2001 to 2014.
17 March 2015
This report examines trends in New South Wales infrastructure development and engineering construction since 2010.