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Department of Human Services adds thousands of new permanent public service jobs - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Times

Department of Human Services adds thousands of new permanent public service jobs
The Canberra Times
Mr Lloyd warned in a speech that the public service was set to see a big increase in government employees who are temporary, part time, casual, working from home, hot-desking, job sharing, contracting or working under labour hire arrangements. The ...

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Our Jobs Future: Hidden pain of underemployment - Geelong Advertiser

Geelong Advertiser

Our Jobs Future: Hidden pain of underemployment
Geelong Advertiser
Geelong Trades Hall secretary Colin Vernon said workers were struggling to find meaningful, full time employment, and warned the rise of underemployment could lead to exploitation of workers. “More and more workers are now engaged in the 'ring ...

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The jobs market may be past 'full employment.' Here's what that means - CNBC

CNBC

The jobs market may be past 'full employment.' Here's what that means
CNBC
At 4.3 percent the unemployment rate has gone well below where anyone expected it and is likely to improve only modestly if at all from here.

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Mine job prospects up 35pc - The West Australian

The West Australian

Mine job prospects up 35pc
The West Australian
Employment prospects in the national mining industry are more than 35 per cent better than they were 12 months ago, according to new research from employment agency DFP Recruitment. Vacancies in mining and resources employment in May reversed a ...


Our Jobs Future: Rise of the robot to hit job market - Geelong Advertiser

Geelong Advertiser

Our Jobs Future: Rise of the robot to hit job market
Geelong Advertiser
The most recent report by the Committee for Economic Development Australia on the future of the workforce estimated 54 per cent of jobs in the Geelong local government area were in danger of being replaced by automation or computerisation.


Job opportunities for trio with disabilities - Wangaratta Chronicle

Wangaratta Chronicle

Job opportunities for trio with disabilities
Wangaratta Chronicle
A NEW partnership between CVGT Australia and Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is creating employment opportunities for people with disabilities. As a result of the partnership, three CVGT clients have recently moved to permanent employment.


Perth's jobs landscape: Tourism, health employment grows after ... - Perth Now

Perth Now

Perth's jobs landscape: Tourism, health employment grows after ...
Perth Now
THE WA jobs market is changing dramatically in the wake of the mining boom, with workers flooding into areas such as health care, tourism and education as ...

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Looking for a job in UAE? This course will get you one - Khaleej Times

Khaleej Times

Looking for a job in UAE? This course will get you one
Khaleej Times
The two-year courses offer a mix of theory and practical course work with on-the-job training leading to the development of qualified professionals for ready employment. A-level or Class XII students from any stream are eligible to join the 2-year ...


Google for Jobs is ready to help your employment search - CNET

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Google for Jobs is ready to help your employment search
CNET
Google wants to help you find your perfect job. Starting Tuesday, the web giant's Google for Jobs initiative means that with a simple search, you'll be able to pull up listings for "entry level jobs in NYC" or "catering jobs in Louisville, KY." Google ...
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End of housing boom set to hit blue collar job ads - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

End of housing boom set to hit blue collar job ads
The Sydney Morning Herald
The apparent end of the housing boom looks set to hit the employment market, with analysts betting the number blue-collar jobs being advertised will soon drop ...

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