New CSIRO research has forecast job trends for industries which are indirectly affected by the coal seam gas (CSG) industry in Queensland over the next twenty years. The research modelled several different operating scenarios of the CSG industry in the Surat Basin and their impacts on indirect jobs - that is, the jobs generated in sectors other than gas industry directly. This animation describes what these trends could mean for small to medium enterprises.
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