Here's a list of industries that are creating jobs in the Cowper electorate.
Here's a list of industries that are creating jobs in the Cowper electorate. Matthew Deans

REVEALED: The local industries producing jobs

JOBSEEKERS in the Cowper electorate should set their sights on health care and social assistance, public administration and safety or construction to give themselves the greatest chance of career success.

These industries were forecast for the strongest local employment growth between 2017 and 2022, according to the Department of Jobs and Small Business.

Around 5660 more jobs were expected to be created across the electorate - roughly one new job for every 29 residents.

These would include 2430 in health care and social assistance (up 22 per cent in five years), 780 in public administration and safety (up 17 per cent) and 680 in construction (up 9 per cent).

On the other hand, residents working in transport, postal and warehousing or manufacturing might wish to rethink their choice of career or location.

Jobs in these industries were forecast to decrease by 190 (down 8 per cent) and 180 (down 6 per cent) by 2022, respectively.

Hays New South Wales regional director Alex Jones said the state's job market was "generally quite buoyant".

"Unemployment is quite low and there is still skill shortage in a few sectors, there is still need for talent," he said.

"The infrastructure boom is happening and there is a bit of a mining boom as well, particularly in the Hunter Region.

"There is also work coming from the healthcare sector from the NDIS, particularly for case managers.

"We are also recently seeing a lot of work in the financial services sector due to the recommendations from the banking royal commission.

"There is a lot of contract work around IT projects.

"The only market that is not so buoyant is the residential construction market."

Nationally, almost a million more jobs were forecast to exist by 2022, driven by the healthcare and social assistance industry, which would account for more than a quarter of growth (up 250,590 jobs in five years).