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City of Monash
Home to 204,936 people, the City of Monash has 22,707 businesses that employ 144,478 people. It is Victoria’s leading employment hub outside the Melbourne CBD. As a region, it generated $18.28 billion (NIEIR 2020) and represented 3.95% of the Victorian Economy.
The primary industries are:
Health Care and Social Assistance
Education and Training, and
Professional, Scientific and Technical Services.
The City of Monash’s workforce and infrastructure profile provides a strong base for a post-pandemic recovery. A higher proportion of people in the City of Monash have a Bachelor or Higher degree compared to Greater Melbourne. Its Science and Technology Precinct contains significant scientific and research facilities capable of supporting the region’s diverse industry mix.
Some of these facilities are:
ANSTO - Australian Synchrotron
Monash Health Precinct
Monash University, Clayton Campus, and
Victorian Heart Hospital.
For more information check out: Monash Precinct
Monash University is Australia’s largest university and the largest employer in the Monash Precinct. It is critical to unlocking the value of the precinct. Beyond its regional impact, it aspires to meet the major global challenges of the next decade by focussing research and education efforts on addressing:
Geopolitical insecurity, and
While the pandemic has had immediate effects on the operation of the University, it is more tightly focussed on this future direction and remains committed to leveraging excellence in research, education, and enterprise to these ends.
Monash Tech School is hosted by Monash University and located within its Clayton Campus.
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