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Jobs boom continues, North-West, Northern results unclear - The Advocate

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Jobs boom continues, North-West, Northern results unclear
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“Labor identified the participation rate and full-time employment as big challenges in Tasmania's economy. “It's encouraging to see both improve over the last six months. “It's crucial that the government holds up its end of the bargain by investing in ...

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Cadbury Claremont hit by job losses amid $75m upgrade unveiled ... - The Mercury

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Cadbury Claremont hit by job losses amid $75m upgrade unveiled ...
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CHOCOLATE maker Cadbury says 50 jobs will go from its Claremont plant by the end of the year as the company moves to reduce costs through automation ...
Cadbury cuts: About 50 jobs to go from Hobart factory as part of $75 ...ABC Online
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Federal Group ready to give up monopoly as pubs and clubs set to be big winners under pokies deal - The Mercury

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Federal Group ready to give up monopoly as pubs and clubs set to be big winners under pokies deal
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“We think we have done a very good job as the custodian of Tasmania's exclusive gaming licences since 1973, establishing a successful and responsible industry, with one of the lowest rates of problem gambling in the country, be we recognise it's time ...


Tasmanian Hospitality Association boss Steve Old calls says sector still forced to look overseas for staff - The Mercury

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Tasmanian Hospitality Association boss Steve Old calls says sector still forced to look overseas for staff
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“People keep saying there are loads of people looking for jobs in Tasmania and unions are saying you have to look here first, but we just can't find people. “The frustrating part of this is that we are getting fantastic support from the State ...


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.
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Job losses after Kemp and Denning closes its Cambridge store - The Mercury

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Job losses after Kemp and Denning closes its Cambridge store
The Mercury
STRUGGLING Tasmanian hardware chain Kemp and Denning Limited has closed its Cambridge store with the loss of about 25 jobs. In a letter to shareholders, chairman Greg Goodman said “an unprecedented trading environment for hardware businesses ...

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The states, industries and jobs where salaries are rising - NEWS.com.au

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The states, industries and jobs where salaries are rising
NEWS.com.au
Nationally, the average advertised salary across all industries and geographies for the 2017 financial year was $81,747 – up 1.8 per cent on last year. Western Australia and Tasmania experienced the sharpest increases year on year, at 3.7 per cent and ...


Delay university funding cuts or South Australia's unemployment will worse, expert says - The Advertiser

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Delay university funding cuts or South Australia's unemployment will worse, expert says
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Flinders University Professor John Spoehr said the looming closure of SA's automotive manufacturing industry meant the funding changes — which he said would result in the loss of 250 jobs — must be put off for 12 months. Prof Spoehr said the ...


Queensland unemployment rate falls, but wages continue to lag - Brisbane Times

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Queensland unemployment rate falls, but wages continue to lag
Brisbane Times
Queensland is leading the nation for employment growth, with 27,000 people finding a job last month, but the state is lagging behind when it comes to wages. In seasonally-adjusted terms, the largest ... Treasurer Curtis Pitt: 'The Palaszczuk government ...

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Apparent North-West jobs decline - The Advocate

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Apparent North-West jobs decline
The Advocate
“The Tasmanian government has been working with the commonwealth, local government and the business community on ways to accelerate job creating projects in the North and North-West. “These are initiatives which will drive the Northern and ...

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