OESR

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OESROffice of Economic and Statistical Research
OESROffice of Education and Scholarly Resources (Columbia University; New York)
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OESR pay groups QPS classification levels <$400 -- $400-$999 Levels 1-2 $1000-$1999 Levels 3-8 2000+ Levels 9-10 The highest income band is $2000 or more per week (0).
North West 6.9% * 11.2% (#) 9.7% Total 5.3% Source: (OESR, 2011; QPS MOHRI, June 2011) * QPS as higher than average proportion of population (#) QPS as higher than average proportion of Qld labour market QPS workforce, proportions of headcount in each region, 2006-2011 1.
Office of Economic and Statistical Research (OESR) (2011b) Queensland Regional Profiles Central Highlands.
Largest Professionals 312 865 occupational persons (17.1% of group employed labor force) Technical and Trades 280 342 persons (15.4% of employed labor force) Clerical and administrative 269 198 persons (14.8% of employed labor force) Mean taxable $44 239 income (Qld average $42 094) Business size * 404 457 (386 169 small, 15 594 medium 2 694 large) Business turnover 177 102--turnover < $100 000 182 346--turnover $100 000-$1 million 45 009--turnover $1 million + Source: Office of Economic and Statistical Research (OESR), (2011a,b)
The industry has a relatively large number of small businesses, with 68.35 per cent of retail businesses employing zero to four people, 27.89 per cent employing five to nineteen, 2.90 per cent employing twenty to ninety-nine and 0.85 per cent employing 100 and over (OESR 1998 Businesses by Selected Industry Subdivisions and Number of Employees).
Queensland Office of Economic and Statistical Research (OESR), Businesses by Selected Industry Subdivisions and Numbers of Employees, Queensland, 1995, 1997, 1998, http://wwwoesr.qld.gov.au/data/tables/compendium/table0080.htm, accessed 7/06/2002.
Queensland Office of Economic and Statistical Research (OESR), Household Expenditure Patterns Queensland, 1939-40 and 1988-9, www.oesr.qld.gov.au/data/historical/ tables5-14.htm, accessed 7/06/2002.
OESR (2007) Statistical profile of Central Western Queensland, Office of Economic and Statistical Research, Queensland Government: Brisbane.
This could, for example, involve developing partnership arrangements between the Institute for Sustainable Regional Development at Central Queensland University, relevant Queensland government departments, the ABS and OESR and other Australian and international university, government and non-government organisations;
In the 12 months to August 2006, Queensland exported $14.5 billion in coal exports (OESR 2006a).
OESR (2006a) report two black coal projects worth $685 million were completed in the second half of 2006, with a further $10 billion of projects under construction or consideration.
OESR (2006b) reported that the cost of housing in Moranbah in May 2006 was 95.5 percent more expensive than Brisbane, reflecting the high demands and short supply.