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Why study Building & Construction in the Northern Territory?

Getting qualified in Building & Construction will improve your career prospects, and choosing an online course from an accredited Australian provider means you can study in the Northern Territory or from wherever you are, all at your own pace.

Building & Construction jobs in the Northern Territory

Northern Territory has 300 Building & Construction job openings* and future employment for the Building & Construction industry in the Northern Territory is set to adjust by 2,500 jobs to 2018.

Your competition in the Northern Territory

The current unemployment rate in the Northern Territory is 4.8% and the average age of job seekers is 34 years old.

A total of 129,100 people are employed in the Northern Territory out of a population of 234,800 - and 46% of those people in the Northern Territory are working part-time.

How will your studies stack up in the Northern Territory?

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

  • The percentage of people employed in the Northern Territory with a bachelor's degree or higher qualification is 26%
  • The percentage of people employed in the Northern Territory with a certificate III or higher VET qualification is 30%
  • The percentage of people employed in the Northern Territory without a post-school qualification is 38%

*Job openings in August 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.

How to become a Joiner in Australia: careers in building and construction

In construction and carpentry, employment opportunities have been steadily rising over the past five years and are expected to strongly increase with 50,000 new In construction and carpentry, employment opportunities have been steadily rising over the past five years and are expected to strongly increase with 50,000 new jobs being created from 2014 to 2019.