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Cleaners fear being short changed under new contracts - The Sydney Morning Herald

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Cleaners fear being short changed under new contracts
The Sydney Morning Herald
The NSW government put its cleaning services contract to tender for the first time in May with a new contract set to begin from July next year. School cleaners are worried they could be forced to reapply for their jobs on short-term contracts, without ...

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Producer, Contemporary Music Festivals - Pedestrian TV

Producer, Contemporary Music Festivals
Pedestrian TV
Applicants MUST create a profile and submit their application electronically for this position at http://jobs.nsw.gov.au. Only applicants who apply online will be considered for this position. Please contact the Jobs NSW Helpdesk on 1800 562 679 should ...


Unemployment falls to 5.6 per cent in July - The Sydney Morning Herald

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Unemployment falls to 5.6 per cent in July
The Sydney Morning Herald
Over the past year, the three states with the strongest growth in employment were Tasmania [4.0 per cent], Victoria [3.1 per cent] and Queensland [2.7 per cent], while NSW is nearing full employment with only 5 per cent of the population unemployed.
Good news for job seekers in WAPerth Now
Queensland jobless rate falls in JulyNEWS.com.au

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Australian Army bans male recruits to get female numbers up - dailytelegraph.com.au

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Australian Army bans male recruits to get female numbers up
dailytelegraph.com.au
The internal ADF document, obtained by The Telegraph, also shows similar quotas for the Navy and Air Force. Of 18 jobs open for the navy in the next six months just one is open to male recruits. None of the seven targeted Air Force roles is open to men.


Queensland wage growth at 1.9 per cent for the financial year, data shows - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Queensland wage growth at 1.9 per cent for the financial year, data shows
Courier Mail
Economists said the high level of unemployment means employers know they don't have to increase wages to keep staff, but even in NSW where it had reached full employment, wage growth was showing no signs of improving. Economist Nick Behrens said ...


Primary Industries Minister Niall Blair accused of giving jobs to former National Party members - dailytelegraph.com.au

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Primary Industries Minister Niall Blair accused of giving jobs to former National Party members
dailytelegraph.com.au
“There is a raging water scandal in Western NSW, these issues are too serious to have a department filled with jobs for the boys.” Mr Blair came under heat in Upper House Question Time yesterday after revelations in The Daily Telegraph that he had ...


Market Pulse: A swag of green jobs at City of Sydney, NSW Gov and a role with Vision super as a climate activist - The Fifth Estate

The Fifth Estate

Market Pulse: A swag of green jobs at City of Sydney, NSW Gov and a role with Vision super as a climate activist
The Fifth Estate
If you've looked at The Fifth Estate's jobs section lately, you might have been surprised by the number of jobs on display from the City of Sydney council, all within the sustainability programs division, working on projects like the push for net zero ...

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New figures show NSW is best place for work - Northern Star

Northern Star

New figures show NSW is best place for work
Northern Star
NEARLY 180,000 jobs have been created in NSW in the past two years with the state upholding its status as having the lowest unemployment rate of all Australian states, new data revealed. The Australian Bureau of Statistics Labour Force data for June ...
Full-time jobs surge keeps unemployment near four-year lowThe Sydney Morning Herald

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'Staggering': NSW emissions rule to be tested in court for the first time - The Sydney Morning Herald

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'Staggering': NSW emissions rule to be tested in court for the first time
The Sydney Morning Herald
NSW planning rules that require greenhouse gas emissions be taken into account when approving major projects will be tested in court in a challenge to a coal mine extension near Mudgee. In April, the Planning Assessment Commission approved a seven-year ...

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Skills shortage in NSW: High-paying construction jobs taken by interstaters or foreign workers - dailytelegraph.com.au

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Skills shortage in NSW: High-paying construction jobs taken by interstaters or foreign workers
dailytelegraph.com.au
But his $200,000 job — which involves lining tunnels like the NorthConnex with concrete spray to stop rocks falling down onto traffic — is going begging, with employers forced to bring in interstate and foreign shotcreters to service the state's ...

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