210,000 labour shortfall predicted - CCI

The WA Chamber of Commerce and Industry is predicting the state will face a labour shortfall of 210,000 workers by 2020.

The CCI estimates that an extra 488,500 workers will be needed in WA over the next 10 years, if economic growth is to be maintained at the average experienced at the beginning of the last decade.


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