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Engineers Australia | August 2022

Strengthening the engineering workforce in Australia

Solutions to address the skills shortage in the short, medium, and long term.
Women in engineering: June 2022
Engineers Australia | June 2022

Women in engineering

Identifying avenues for increasing female participation in engineering, by understanding the motivators and barriers around entry and progression. 

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Engineers Australia | April 2022

Commercialisation of engineering innovation

Despite having one of the world’s most educated and wealthy populations, Australia remains a chronic underperformer when it comes to the commercialisation of engineering innovation.

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Engineers Australia | March 2022

Discussion paper: integrating DER in the grid

This discussion paper is intended to stimulate a conversation about what is possible for DER integration, and how Engineers Australia should engage with it.

Engineering skills supply and demand
Engineers Australia | March 2022

Engineering skills: supply and demand

This discussion paper is designed to provide a broad view of the situation Australia is facing in relation to the supply and demand for engineering skills. It is a resource to prompt thought and discussion.

Enhancing productivity in infrastructure delivery policy directions paper
Engineers Australia | March 2022

Enhancing productivity in infrastructure delivery

This document provides recommendations for implementation by Australian governments, in collaboration with industry and academia, to increase productivity in the infrastructure sector and to determine how engineers can best contribute to these aspirations. 

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Engineers Australia | February 2022

Australian engineering employment vacancies: July to December 2021

An investigation into the engineering employment vacancies in Australia during the period July to December 2021. 

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Engineers Australia | October 2021

Barriers to employment for migrant engineers

Overseas-born engineers make up over 58 per cent of Australia’s engineering workforce but are significantly more likely than their Australian-born counterparts to be unemployed. To find out why and identify how to overcome the barriers to employment these engineers face, Engineers Australia commissioned research to identify potential barriers to employment.

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Engineers Australia | October 2021

Energy governance and the engineering voice

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Engineers Australia | March 2021

Enhancing productivity in infrastructure delivery

The purpose of this document is to engage Engineers Australia members and the engineering-adjacent community in a discussion about what it will take to increase productivity in the infrastructure industry, and to determine how engineers can best contribute to meaningful evidence-based policy development.

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Engineers Australia | March 2021

Engineering in the Australian curriculum F-Year 10 and Senior Secondary

There is no discrete definition of engineering or engineering capabilities in the Australian curriculum, unlike mathematics, science and technology. Rather, for foundation to year 10, engineering is addressed primarily across three learning areas: science, technologies and mathematics and through a specific focus on engineering principles and systems in the design and technologies strand within technologies learning area.

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Engineers Australia | December 2020

Queensland water policy: water governance for a resilient future

Engineers Australia has developed this water policy statement to suggest a way toward a prosperous, sustainable and resilient future.

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Engineers Australia | June 2019

The engineering profession: a statistical overview, 14th edition

This report aims to contribute to an understanding of Australia’s engineering profession by compiling statistics about engineers in Australia. The statistical overview fills a gap created by the fragmented nature of Australian official statistics as they relate to specific professions and occupational groups.

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Engineers Australia | 2019

Engineers and industry: a decade of change

This report examines the size, growth and character of engineering industry employment in Australia to improve the understanding of the dynamics of the engineering profession. The number of engineers working in different industries has changed over the decade 2006 to 2016 as the economy has continued a slow transition from a manufacturing-based economy to a service-based economy. 

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