The textile industry is one of the oldest industries in the world, with the earliest known factory in China.
Today, Australia’s textile industry employs more than 10 million people, making it the fourth largest textile industry in the country.
There are a number of industries in Australia that employ textile workers.
They are the building and manufacturing industries, the mining and quarrying industries, food processing and packaging industries and some of the energy and transport industries.
The textile sector employs over 3.5 million people and accounts for nearly half of all jobs in Australia.
However, Australia has a long history of high unemployment.
The last census in 2010 found that the unemployment rate for Australia’s population aged 15 to 64 was 6.6 per cent, compared with 5.6 percent for those aged 65 and over.
A higher proportion of people are in work than at any other time in Australia’s history, and this trend is likely to continue into the future.
Unemployment rates are the result of the length of time people have been out of work.
Unemployment is the result, in part, of people not finding suitable jobs and not being able to find a job when they want one.
There has been a large increase in unemployment since the late 1990s, when the economy was in a recession and the government started a massive national disability scheme.
It has also been the result in part of the economic downturn that many of the country’s ageing population has experienced.
In addition, there are concerns about the impact of automation on the job market.
Australia’s labour market is highly skilled, with skilled workers accounting for nearly one in five jobs in the Australian economy.
In 2010, the OECD ranked Australia in the top five countries for employment of people with a Bachelor’s degree, with approximately one in ten jobs in this sector being full-time.
In Australia, there were 1.6 million jobs in manufacturing, forestry and fishing.
About 10 per cent of manufacturing jobs are in skilled trades, according to the OECD, and the vast majority of these jobs are located in the agriculture and fisheries sectors.
Around two-thirds of all manufacturing jobs in 2015 were in the service and utilities sectors, while around two-fifths of the manufacturing jobs were in services and utilities.
Australia has also had a large number of workers in the manufacturing sector in recent years.
Around three-quarters of all workers in manufacturing are employed in service and utility industries, according the Australian Industry Group.
There is a strong link between the level of skilled jobs and the levels of unemployment in the industry.
The most skilled manufacturing workers in Australia tend to be those who have at least a Bachelor degree.
Australia also has a large and growing number of skilled workers in other sectors of the economy.
The construction industry has a workforce of about 2.5 per cent.
In the mining industry, there is a large, but not necessarily skilled, workforce of more than 1.5, according in the Construction and Mining Industry Association.
There also are large numbers of skilled people in the retail, hospitality and agriculture sectors.
Australia is one and a half times the size of the United States and Canada in terms of the number of people employed in manufacturing in 2010, according data from the Bureau of Statistics.
The number of manufacturing workers aged 15-64 in Australia in 2010 was about three times higher than the number in the United Kingdom, Canada and France.
Australia continues to have one of Australia’s largest and most complex labour markets, with an ageing population.
This has contributed to the rise of unemployment and a high unemployment rate in recent decades.
The Australian Bureau of Statistic, which is the government’s statistics agency, released the latest statistics on labour market conditions in Australia for October this year.
There were 8.8 million people aged 15 years and over in the labour force in 2010.
The unemployment rate was 5.3 per cent and the labour participation rate was 73.1 per cent for men and 73.5 for women.
Australia had the second highest unemployment rate among developed countries in 2010 at 7.9 per cent compared with the United Arab Emirates, according Topper and Associates.
The lowest unemployment rate amongst developing countries was 3.2 per cent in Egypt.
Australia recorded the lowest unemployment in Australia among young people aged between 15 and 24 years in 2010 and was one of three countries with the lowest youth unemployment rates among men and women.
In comparison, in the European Union, Italy and Germany, youth unemployment rate is higher than that of Australia at 7 per cent while Spain had the lowest rate at 4.4 per cent among men aged 15 and above.
Australia was also one of only three countries to have an unemployment rate below 6 per cent amongst people aged 25-34 in 2010 according to Topper.
The employment rate in Australia was 68.3 percent in 2010 for men aged 25 to 34 years, and 72.2 percent for women aged 25 and over, according Statistics Australia.
In 2012, Australia had a unemployment rate of 3.3 percentage points higher than it was in 2009.