Australia

Western Australia

Population by Sex by Industry of employment

There are 69 895 people in Western Australia who work in preschool or school education. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 64 406 people in Western Australia who work in construction services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 63 322 people in Western Australia who work in food or beverage services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 62 860 people in Western Australia who work in professional, scientific or technical services (except computer system design or related services). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 56 604 people in Western Australia who work in other store-based retailing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 56 082 males in Western Australia who work in construction services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 55 549 females in Western Australia who work in preschool or school education. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 48 370 people in Western Australia who work in metal ore mining. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 45 201 people in Western Australia who work in public administration. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 42 879 people in Western Australia who work in hospitals. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 40 000 males in Western Australia who work in metal ore mining. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 39 243 people in Western Australia who work in medical or other health care services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 38 496 females in Western Australia who work in other store-based retailing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 37 432 people in Western Australia who work in food retailing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 34 665 females in Western Australia who work in food or beverage services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 33 986 females in Western Australia who work in hospitals. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 33 302 males in Western Australia who work in professional, scientific or technical services (except computer system design or related services). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 30 003 females in Western Australia who work in medical or other health care services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 29 558 females in Western Australia who work in professional, scientific or technical services (except computer system design or related services). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 29 278 people in Western Australia who work in building construction. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 28 649 males in Western Australia who work in food or beverage services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 27 154 people in Western Australia who work in social assistance services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 25 738 females in Western Australia who work in public administration. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 24 615 people in Western Australia who work in personal or other services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 23 998 people in Western Australia who work in agriculture. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 23 934 males in Western Australia who work in building construction. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 23 711 people in Western Australia who work in residential care services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 22 788 people in Western Australia who work in road transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 22 370 females in Western Australia who work in social assistance services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 22 226 people in Western Australia who work in public order, safety or regulatory services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 21 133 females in Western Australia who work in food retailing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 20 979 people in Western Australia who work in repair or maintenance. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 20 389 people in Western Australia who work in building cleaning, pest control or other support services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 20 383 people in Western Australia who work in tertiary education. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 20 118 females in Western Australia who work in residential care services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 19 465 males in Western Australia who work in public administration. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 18 750 males in Western Australia who work in road transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 18 114 males in Western Australia who work in other store-based retailing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 17 746 females in Western Australia who work in personal or other services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 17 559 males in Western Australia who work in repair or maintenance. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 17 496 people in Western Australia who work in administrative services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 16 299 males in Western Australia who work in food retailing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 16 282 males in Western Australia who work in agriculture. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 15 538 people in Western Australia who work in property operators or real estate services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 14 964 males in Western Australia who work in public order, safety or regulatory services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 14 398 people in Western Australia who work in heavy or civil engineering construction. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 14 346 males in Western Australia who work in preschool or school education. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 12 413 people in Western Australia who work in finance. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 12 309 males in Western Australia who work in heavy or civil engineering construction. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 12 033 females in Western Australia who work in tertiary education. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 11 207 people in Western Australia who work in food product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 11 071 people in Western Australia who work in accommodation. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 10 915 people in Western Australia who work in computer system design or related services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 10 352 males in Western Australia who work in building cleaning, pest control or other support services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 10 037 females in Western Australia who work in building cleaning, pest control or other support services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 9 947 females in Western Australia who work in administrative services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 9 438 females in Western Australia who work in property operators or real estate services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 9 411 people in Western Australia who work in exploration or other mining support services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 9 248 males in Western Australia who work in medical or other health care services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 8 892 males in Western Australia who work in hospitals. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 8 855 people in Western Australia who work in motor vehicle or motor vehicle parts retailing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 8 739 people in Western Australia who work in sports or recreation activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 8 724 people in Western Australia who work in auxiliary finance or insurance services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 8 557 people in Western Australia who work in adult, community or other education. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 8 426 males in Western Australia who work in computer system design or related services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 8 375 females in Western Australia who work in metal ore mining. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 8 353 males in Western Australia who work in tertiary education. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 8 320 females in Western Australia who work in construction services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 8 093 people in Western Australia who work in oil or gas extraction. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 7 932 people in Western Australia who work in primary metal or metal product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 7 852 people in Western Australia who work in machinery or equipment wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 7 715 females in Western Australia who work in agriculture. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 7 686 males in Western Australia who work in exploration or other mining support services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 7 650 people in Western Australia who work in basic material wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 7 622 people in Western Australia who work in transport support services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 7 544 males in Western Australia who work in administrative services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 7 438 people in Western Australia who work in postal, courier pick-up or delivery services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 7 363 females in Western Australia who work in finance. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 7 262 females in Western Australia who work in public order, safety or regulatory services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 6 866 males in Western Australia who work in personal or other services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 6 838 males in Western Australia who work in primary metal or metal product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 6 793 females in Western Australia who work in accommodation. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 6 706 males in Western Australia who work in motor vehicle or motor vehicle parts retailing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 6 439 people in Western Australia who work in machinery or equipment manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 6 195 males in Western Australia who work in food product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 6 098 males in Western Australia who work in property operators or real estate services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 6 022 males in Western Australia who work in oil or gas extraction. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 5 961 males in Western Australia who work in machinery or equipment wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 5 772 males in Western Australia who work in transport support services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 5 644 people in Western Australia who work in fabricated metal product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 5 561 people in Western Australia who work in insurance or superannuation funds. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 5 497 males in Western Australia who work in basic material wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 5 484 females in Western Australia who work in adult, community or other education. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 5 369 people in Western Australia who work in grocery, liquor or tobacco product wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 5 339 females in Western Australia who work in building construction. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 5 322 males in Western Australia who work in machinery or equipment manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 5 189 people in Western Australia who work in electricity supply. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 5 048 males in Western Australia who work in finance. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 5 008 females in Western Australia who work in food product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 843 males in Western Australia who work in postal, courier pick-up or delivery services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 817 people in Western Australia who work in air or space transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 786 males in Western Australia who work in social assistance services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 741 people in Western Australia who work in transport equipment manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 718 males in Western Australia who work in fabricated metal product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 661 males in Western Australia who work in auxiliary finance or insurance services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 528 females in Western Australia who work in sports or recreation activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 519 people in Western Australia who work in defence. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 508 people in Western Australia who work in rental or hiring services (except real estate). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 281 males in Western Australia who work in accommodation. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 210 males in Western Australia who work in sports or recreation activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 113 males in Western Australia who work in transport equipment manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 091 people in Western Australia who work in fuel retailing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 067 females in Western Australia who work in auxiliary finance or insurance services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 043 females in Western Australia who work in road transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 4 009 people in Western Australia who work in gambling activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 983 people in Western Australia who work in telecommunications services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 980 males in Western Australia who work in electricity supply. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 906 people in Western Australia who work in other goods wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 828 people in Western Australia who work in basic chemical or chemical product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 658 people in Western Australia who work in warehousing or storage services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 589 males in Western Australia who work in residential care services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 570 males in Western Australia who work in defence. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 559 people in Western Australia who work in beverage or tobacco product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 452 females in Western Australia who work in insurance or superannuation funds. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 426 people in Western Australia who work in water supply, sewerage or drainage services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 409 females in Western Australia who work in repair or maintenance. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 368 males in Western Australia who work in grocery, liquor or tobacco product wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 362 people in Western Australia who work in furniture or other manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 131 people in Western Australia who work in waste collection, treatment or disposal services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 078 males in Western Australia who work in rental or hiring services (except real estate). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 074 males in Western Australia who work in adult, community or other education. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 3 027 males in Western Australia who work in telecommunications services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 897 people in Western Australia who work in non-metallic mineral product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 890 males in Western Australia who work in air or space transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 792 people in Western Australia who work in heritage activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 746 males in Western Australia who work in warehousing or storage services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 732 males in Western Australia who work in basic chemical or chemical product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 660 people in Western Australia who work in creative or performing arts activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 596 females in Western Australia who work in postal, courier pick-up or delivery services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 592 people in Western Australia who work in motor vehicle or motor vehicle parts wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 576 males in Western Australia who work in furniture or other manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 489 females in Western Australia who work in computer system design or related services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 446 males in Western Australia who work in non-metallic mineral product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 429 people in Western Australia who work in rail transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 403 males in Western Australia who work in waste collection, treatment or disposal services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 383 people in Western Australia who work in non-metallic mineral mining or quarrying. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 369 males in Western Australia who work in water supply, sewerage or drainage services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 325 males in Western Australia who work in beverage or tobacco product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 264 people in Western Australia who work in printing (including the reproduction of recorded media). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 197 people in Western Australia who work in wood product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 194 males in Western Australia who work in gambling activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 177 people in Western Australia who work in publishing (except internet or music publishing). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 160 people in Western Australia who work in agriculture, forestry or fishing support services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 152 females in Western Australia who work in basic material wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 148 females in Western Australia who work in motor vehicle or motor vehicle parts retailing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 105 males in Western Australia who work in insurance or superannuation funds. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 087 females in Western Australia who work in heavy or civil engineering construction. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 072 females in Western Australia who work in oil or gas extraction. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 053 males in Western Australia who work in motor vehicle or motor vehicle parts wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 049 males in Western Australia who work in fuel retailing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 045 females in Western Australia who work in fuel retailing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 2 030 males in Western Australia who work in rail transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 999 females in Western Australia who work in grocery, liquor or tobacco product wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 997 females in Western Australia who work in other goods wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 961 males in Western Australia who work in non-metallic mineral mining or quarrying. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 945 people in Western Australia who work in polymer product or rubber product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 927 females in Western Australia who work in air or space transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 915 males in Western Australia who work in other goods wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 885 females in Western Australia who work in machinery or equipment wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 851 males in Western Australia who work in wood product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 846 females in Western Australia who work in transport support services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 817 females in Western Australia who work in gambling activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 726 females in Western Australia who work in exploration or other mining support services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 690 people in Western Australia who work in motion picture or sound recording activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 616 people in Western Australia who work in textile, leather, clothing or footwear manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 516 males in Western Australia who work in agriculture, forestry or fishing support services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 504 males in Western Australia who work in polymer product or rubber product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 481 people in Western Australia who work in gas supply. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 464 females in Western Australia who work in creative or performing arts activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 463 males in Western Australia who work in printing (including the reproduction of recorded media). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 430 females in Western Australia who work in rental or hiring services (except real estate). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 428 males in Western Australia who work in heritage activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 407 people in Western Australia who work in coal mining. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 363 females in Western Australia who work in heritage activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 311 people in Western Australia who work in broadcasting (except internet). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 278 people in Western Australia who work in internet service providers, web search portals or data processing services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 234 females in Western Australia who work in beverage or tobacco product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 212 females in Western Australia who work in electricity supply. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 200 males in Western Australia who work in coal mining. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 194 males in Western Australia who work in creative or performing arts activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 177 females in Western Australia who work in publishing (except internet or music publishing). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 135 people in Western Australia who work in water transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 118 females in Western Australia who work in machinery or equipment manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 095 females in Western Australia who work in primary metal or metal product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 094 people in Western Australia who work in fishing, hunting or trapping. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 093 females in Western Australia who work in basic chemical or chemical product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 081 males in Western Australia who work in gas supply. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 057 females in Western Australia who work in water supply, sewerage or drainage services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 045 females in Western Australia who work in textile, leather, clothing or footwear manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 998 males in Western Australia who work in publishing (except internet or music publishing). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 966 males in Western Australia who work in internet service providers, web search portals or data processing services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 955 females in Western Australia who work in telecommunications services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 948 females in Western Australia who work in defence. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 940 people in Western Australia who work in other transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 929 females in Western Australia who work in fabricated metal product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 912 females in Western Australia who work in warehousing or storage services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 906 males in Western Australia who work in motion picture or sound recording activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 905 males in Western Australia who work in fishing, hunting or trapping. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 850 males in Western Australia who work in water transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 801 females in Western Australia who work in printing (including the reproduction of recorded media). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 791 females in Western Australia who work in furniture or other manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 786 females in Western Australia who work in motion picture or sound recording activities. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 780 people in Western Australia who work in petroleum or coal product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 733 males in Western Australia who work in broadcasting (except internet). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 726 females in Western Australia who work in waste collection, treatment or disposal services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 702 people in Western Australia who work in forestry or logging. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 656 people in Western Australia who work in commission-based wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 639 females in Western Australia who work in agriculture, forestry or fishing support services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 638 males in Western Australia who work in other transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 636 males in Western Australia who work in petroleum or coal product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 623 females in Western Australia who work in transport equipment manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 588 males in Western Australia who work in forestry or logging. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 588 people in Western Australia who work in library or other information services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 576 females in Western Australia who work in broadcasting (except internet). (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 569 people in Western Australia who work in non-store retailing or retail commission-based buying and/or selling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 567 males in Western Australia who work in textile, leather, clothing or footwear manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 535 females in Western Australia who work in motor vehicle or motor vehicle parts wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 510 people in Western Australia who work in pulp, paper or converted paper product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 452 females in Western Australia who work in library or other information services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 449 females in Western Australia who work in non-metallic mineral product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 445 males in Western Australia who work in commission-based wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 438 females in Western Australia who work in polymer product or rubber product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 422 females in Western Australia who work in non-metallic mineral mining or quarrying. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 404 females in Western Australia who work in gas supply. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 399 females in Western Australia who work in rail transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 374 females in Western Australia who work in non-store retailing or retail commission-based buying and/or selling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 360 males in Western Australia who work in pulp, paper or converted paper product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 347 females in Western Australia who work in wood product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 311 females in Western Australia who work in internet service providers, web search portals or data processing services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 300 females in Western Australia who work in other transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 286 females in Western Australia who work in water transport. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 254 people in Western Australia who work in aquaculture. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 232 people in Western Australia who work in private households employing staff. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 220 females in Western Australia who work in private households employing staff. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 215 females in Western Australia who work in commission-based wholesaling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 207 females in Western Australia who work in coal mining. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 195 females in Western Australia who work in fishing, hunting or trapping. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 192 males in Western Australia who work in non-store retailing or retail commission-based buying and/or selling. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 173 males in Western Australia who work in aquaculture. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 148 females in Western Australia who work in petroleum or coal product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 147 females in Western Australia who work in pulp, paper or converted paper product manufacturing. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 140 males in Western Australia who work in library or other information services. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 118 females in Western Australia who work in forestry or logging. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 118 people in Western Australia who work in internet publishing or broadcasting. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 78 females in Western Australia who work in aquaculture. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 67 males in Western Australia who work in internet publishing or broadcasting. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 53 females in Western Australia who work in internet publishing or broadcasting. (ABS, Census 2016)