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Why study Criminology in Victoria?

Getting qualified in Criminology will improve your career prospects, and choosing an online course from an accredited Australian provider means you can study in Victoria or from wherever you are, all at your own pace.

Criminology jobs in Victoria

Victoria has 29 Criminology job openings* and future employment for the Criminology industry in Victoria is set to adjust by 10,500 jobs to 2018.

With the average salary for Criminology jobs in Victoria currently sitting at $85,426, your studies will set you up for a solid career path.

Your competition in Victoria

The current unemployment rate in Victoria is 6.2% and the average age of job seekers is 37 years old.

A total of 2,911,900 people are employed in Victoria out of a population of 5,629,100 - and 31% of those people in Victoria are working part-time.

How will your studies stack up in Victoria?

Here's a breakdown of the qualifications of people currently working in Victoria:

  • The percentage of people employed in Victoria with a bachelor's degree or higher qualification is 32%
  • The percentage of people employed in Victoria with a certificate III or higher VET qualification is 30%
  • The percentage of people employed in Victoria without a post-school qualification is 34%

*Job openings in January 2019
Sources: Trovit Australia, SEEK, MyCareer, Labour Market Information Portal, PayScale, Open Universities Australia, Census QuickStats Australian Jobs 2014 Report and 2014 Employment Outlook to November 2018 Report.