Over 130,000 people from all over the world call Salisbury home today. It is a diverse and welcoming community. New migrants and young families have been attracted to the areaâ€™s affordable
housing and strong community networks. The city provides a great place to live, work and play.
- Labour costs are highly competitive, with wages generally below the national average for employees of comparable skill (compensated for by generally lower living costs).
- More productive as the number ofÂ days lost is consistentlyÂ well below the national average.
- Salisburyâ€™s population is projected to growÂ to 169,000 to 2040, with 79,000 additional jobs being created, making it one of Australiaâ€™s fastest-growing cities as part of the State Governments 30 Year Plan.
- Whether your business is a manual processing business or a knowledge intensive business,Â Â Salisbury prides itself on its well-educated and highly skilled workforceÂ due to theÂ comprehensive education system in our City.
- Our partnership with Northern Futures staffÂ have an intimate understanding of the local labour market and options to source your labour needs.
In addition our partnerships with University of South Australia and other education centresÂ can also assist with the establishment of collaborative partnerships between businesses and education facilities.
See below a videoÂ why National Foods enjoys the benefits of a available skilledÂ workforce in Salisbury.