The Eurobodalla’s largest employment industry is Tourism, which comprises of Retail, Accommodation and Hositality employemnt. The Retail, Construction, and Health sectors are Eurobodalla’s largest employers, followed by Accommodation and Food, Education and Training, and Public Administration. There is a broad and highly skilled workforce across all sectors, with many specialists and professionals relocating in recent years from the major cities and towns.
As a highly-desired sea-change destination, good jobs attract good people, and the chance to live and work here is highly sought. This means businesses and employers not only have the local workforce to draw on, but can seek and attract the right people on a national basis. This can present a competitive advantage for businesses, as potential staff see the lifestyle and lower cost of living here as a significant value-add. Like many regional areas, much of the job market is hidden, and the scope of both positions available and qualified candidates is broader and deeper than appears on the surface.
Attracting large numbers of retired professional from Canberra and Sydney, businesses in Eurobodalla Shire have a wealth of professional knowledge, experience and advice to tap into. The calibre of people with backgrounds in science, technology, information, marketing, government and finance who have retired here is impressive. This knowledge-base is one of our Shire’s greatest assets, and many are willing to share their time.
Council will help match businesses and entrepreneurs that are serious about investing time, ideas or capital in Eurobodalla with local mentors and networks.
For job vacancies at Eurobodalla Shire Council, you can visit their website.