(PRWEB) July 07, 2012
Big4.com, the premier social networking forum for professionals and alumni of Accenture, Andersen, BearingPoint, Capgemini, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers PwC reports that according to the PwC Productivity Scorecard, national labor productivity grew by 1.1% in the March quarter 2012.
Big4.com also notes that the strongest growth was seen in Victoria, although all states and territories experienced positive labor productivity growth. The only exception was Queensland.
Big4.com notes labor productivity in manufacturing has grown over the past decade at a rate of 1.4%. This is slightly below the market sector average of 1.5% and also below the non-mining market average of 1.7%. Challenges facing Australian manufacturing include the high Australian Dollar and high wages growth.
The PwC Productivity Scorecard is a national quarterly analysis of labor productivity by state and territory and across 16 key industries.
Big4.com is the accounting, tax, consulting and IT professions’ premier resource, and has been exclusively focused on Big Four firm professionals and alumni for 10 years, providing high quality content, connectivity and commerce. The Big Four Job Board offers fresh job opportunities – clients include the world’s leading companies. Big Four News covers key news, developments, events, survey results, press releases and appointments. The Big Four Blog provides opinion and insight on recent and key developments, news, happenings, management changes, regulations, acquisitions and capital market activities. Big4 Video is a professionally produced news covering key global developments in this space.
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Twitter: twitter.com/big4 has 9,000 followers.
LinkedIn: The Big Four Alumni and Professionals group is the largest corporate and alumni group with 85,000+ members.
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- Kristy Short