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Jobs for young people already exist, so forget the 'future of work' - ABC News

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Jobs for young people already exist, so forget the 'future of work'
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While there is little consensus about the "future of work", one thing is certain — young people are at the coalface. Young workers experience insufficient opportunities for work experience, a mismatch between work and education, a lack of career ...


Renewable energy key to Townsville jobs in the future | Townsville ... - Townsville Bulletin

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Renewable energy key to Townsville jobs in the future | Townsville ...
Townsville Bulletin
RENEWABLE energy could be the saviour of North Queenslands employment woes as the State Government predicts the industry will be a key driver of future ...

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Nearly 40 per cent of farm jobs disappear in Basin | The Northern ... - The Northern Daily Leader

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Nearly 40 per cent of farm jobs disappear in Basin | The Northern ...
The Northern Daily Leader
But regional jobs in total surge with women spurring growth.

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Telstra to axe 8000 jobs in company restructure - The West Australian

The West Australian

Telstra to axe 8000 jobs in company restructure
The West Australian
Telstra is axing 8000 jobs over the next three years as it tries to save $1 billion while tackling the cost of investing in new technology and increased competition from its rivals. Chief executive Andy Penn briefed staff about the job cuts on ...
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Clan violence, incarceration rates drop in remote Aboriginal town due to love for AFL - ABC News

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Clan violence, incarceration rates drop in remote Aboriginal town due to love for AFL
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He said an increase in jobs for locals, including the AFLNT program, had contributed to the result. "No more violence and the other young people are playing footy so Wadeye's doing good at the moment and today we are all happy," he said. Mr Connell ...


Study reveals the struggle of young Australians to find full-time work - NEWS.com.au

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Study reveals the struggle of young Australians to find full-time work
NEWS.com.au
A report released today revealed 50 per cent of those aged between 15 and 25 years old who had finished their studies and were looking for work, were not working full-time (35 hours or more). Of those that were working full time, 21 per cent had casual ...
Full-Time Work No Longer A Reality for Young AustraliansPro Bono Australia

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Unemployment drops to 5.4 per cent despite the loss of 21000 full-time time jobs in May - ABC News

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Unemployment drops to 5.4 per cent despite the loss of 21000 full-time time jobs in May
ABC News
Unemployment falls to 5.4 per cent driven by a lower participation rate as few people look for work; Number of new jobs (+12,000) weaker than expected with more part time work offsetting the loss of full time jobs; Elevated labour market "slackness ...

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National disability scheme to boost Pirie economy - The Recorder

The Recorder

National disability scheme to boost Pirie economy
The Recorder
To meet the demand for services under the new scheme, the local workforce in the region is expected to grow from 175 full-time equivalent roles to 725. Given the higher levels of casualisation and part-time work in the sector, the actual number of jobs ...


Weaker jobs growth puts wage boost in doubt - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Weaker jobs growth puts wage boost in doubt
The Sydney Morning Herald
Jobs growth has slid dramatically, with new employment figures showing only 95,900 extra workers employed during the past six months, down from 208,000 employed in the previous six months. The change brings the average number of jobs created per ...

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News in 5: Classroom makes girl sick; Jacinda Ardern in hospital; Jobs slashed. - Mamamia

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News in 5: Classroom makes girl sick; Jacinda Ardern in hospital; Jobs slashed.
Mamamia
Then they realised it was the mould in her school's classroom. Speaking on A Current Affair, Mariah's mother Hayley explained that her daughter had been experiencing severe nausea and had dropped to just 26 kilograms at one point – much less than a ...

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