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Lithgow’s Economy on Display
The Lithgow economy id website, brings together economic data from multiple sources to tell the story of our local economy and how it is changing. This information is designed to be used by council staff, local businesses, investors, community groups, students and the general public.
Click on the link below to access local economic data in its most compelling form including Gross Regional Product, local jobs, local businesses, employment, unemployment, population, building approvals, industry structure, journey to work and much more.
“This is a great resource which can be used by anyone with an interest in the Lithgow economy and tells the story of the largest local industries, types of employment and where new jobs are being created,” said Lithgow City Council Mayor Stephen Lesslie. “Because it is online and free, Economy id will also be a useful tool for marketing Lithgow to companies and individuals wanting to setup or expand their business in Lithgow.”
This article archived 23 Oct 2017
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