This section provides details of Kinglake's resident workforce. This workforce includes those living in Kinglake, and working either locally or outside of the municipality.
The chart below shows the rate of unemployment by different age groupings at the 2016 Census, Kinglake has lower unemployment than Rural Victoria across all age groups except for 20-24 year olds, where unemployment at 14.7% is significantly higher than Rural Victoria at 9.1%. This unemployment data is sourced from the 2016 Census.
The labour force participation rate (LFPR) is the ratio between the actual number of people available for work and the population 15 years and over. The number of people available for work includes those that are employed or are looking for work. It is important to read the LFPR in conjunction with unemployment rates. This labour force participation data is sourced from the 2016 Census.
The top three industries that Kinglake residents work in are Construction, Health Care and Social Assistance, and Manufacturing. This data is sourced from the 2016 Census.
The level of educational attainment amongst the local population is detailed in the chart below. This data is sourced from the 2016 Census.
The Census asks how each working resident travelled to their place of work. The figures help to highlight transport preferences, the number of persons that work from home, and the level of car dependency in a community. This data is sourced from the 2016 Census.
This section provides an overview of the key industries in Kinglake using ABS 'Place of Work' data. The data describes those that work within the boundaries of Kinglake. These workers live both locally as well as outside of the municipality.