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Unformatted text preview: THE ENGINEERING PROFESSION A Statistical Overview Fourth Edition March 2006 ISBN 0858258137 All rights reserved. Other than brief extracts, no part of this publication may be produced in any form without the written consent of the publisher. This report can be downloaded at http://www.engineersaustralia.org.au/policy/publications.html. Engineers Australia 11 National Circuit Barton ACT 2600 tel 02 6270 6581 fax 02 62734200 email policy@engineersaustralia.org.au www http://www.engineersaustralia.org.au 1. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................... 1 2. THE ENGINEERING PROFESSION ............................................................ 1 2.1 What is Engineering ? ................................................................................. 1 2.2 Engineers and Engineering Speations. ................................................ 2 2.3 The Engineering Profession . ...................................................................... 3 2.4 Estimates of the Size of the Engineering Profession . .................................. 4 2.5 Women in the Engineering Profession. ....................................................... 7 2.6 The Engineeing Profession in the States and Territories . ............................ 7 3. ENGINEERING EDUCATION ..................................................................... 17 3.1 Year 12 Enrolments in Engineering Enabling Subjects. ............................. 17 3.2 Universities Offering Engineering Courses . .............................................. 18 3.3 Students Commencing Engineering Courses . ............................................ 22 3.4 Graduates from Engineering Courses . ....................................................... 26 3.5 Graduation from Engineering Courses by Speation. .......................... 29 3.6 Some Comparative Statistics. .................................................................... 34 4. EMPLOYMENT IN SPET ENGINEERING OCCUPATIONS ..... 36 4.1 Australian Employment in Spet Engineering Occupations. ................ 36 4.2 State and Territory Employment in Spet Engineering Occupations. ...38 4.3 Women in Spet Engineering Occupations . ........................................ 40 4.4 Status in Employment in Spet Engineering Occupations . .................. 41 5. THE CONSULTING ENGINEERING SERVICES INDUSTRY ................ 41 5.1 An Industry Overview. .............................................................................. 41 5.2 Sources of Income in the Consulting Engineering Services Industry . ........ 42 5.3 Characteristics of Employment in the Consulting Engineering Services Industry . ............................................................................................................... 42 5.4 Main Activities of Consulting Engineering Services Businesses. ............... 43 5.5 The Size of Consulting Engineering Services Industry Businesses . The Size of Consulting Engineering Services Industry Businesses ....
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