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The recently released Skills Priority List shows that significantly more occupations were found to be in national shortage in 2022 when compared to the previous year. The number of occupations suffering skills shortages has nearly doubled in the past year with 31% (286 out of 914) of occupations assessed in shortage in 2022 compared to 19% (153 out of 799) in 2021.

The Skills Priority List can be accessed online through a digital interface or downloaded as an excel document from the National Skills Commission website. An overview of the main results and themes are also available in the Key Findings Report.

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