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Employment works in RBA's favour as jobs surge - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Employment works in RBA's favour as jobs surge
The Sydney Morning Herald
Employment surged in October as the central bank's record-low interest rates spurred hiring, while the jobless rate remained at a six-year low despite an expanding workforce. The report suggests the Reserve Bank's patience - after keeping the cash rate ...
Australian employment surges againBusiness Insider Australia
Australian Employment Surges on Full-Time Jobs; Currency ClimbsBloomberg
Australia Employment Works in Central Bank's Favor as Jobs SurgeBloombergQuint

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Jobs boom rolls on with unemployment at its lowest since April 2012 - ABC News

ABC News

Jobs boom rolls on with unemployment at its lowest since April 2012
ABC News
Australian Bureau of Statistics chief economist Bruce Hockman said it was 25th consecutive monthly increase in full-time employment with an average increase of 20,300 employed per month. The acceleration in full-time work has seen average hours worked ...
WA records surge in full-time jobs as unemployment rate hits year-lowThe West Australian
South Australia's unemployment rate falls to 5.4 per cent as thousands more find workThe Advertiser

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Employment Plus and the Aboriginal Resource Group unite to create jobs - National Indigenous Times

National Indigenous Times

Employment Plus and the Aboriginal Resource Group unite to create jobs
National Indigenous Times
Sponsored: The Salvation Army's Employment Plus has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Aboriginal Resource Group (ARG) in an effort to assist more talented Indigenous candidates into fulfilling work. The ARG, which was established in ...


ACOSS: full employment is a fiction that doesn't help policy - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

ACOSS: full employment is a fiction that doesn't help policy
The Australian Financial Review
If you told the average person trying to get a job in Australia that we are close to full employment, they would probably wonder what planet you came from. For every job vacancy, there are eight people looking for a job or more work and twice that if ...


Second airport at Badgerys Creek will deliver jobs close to home in Western Sydney - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Second airport at Badgerys Creek will deliver jobs close to home in Western Sydney
Daily Telegraph
I remember the long commute from the suburbs — we got in the car from Sefton in Sydney's western suburbs and made the pilgrimage to Kingsford Smith Airport. While I didn't think much about airports then, I certainly appreciated the value of travel.


Where all the new jobs will be in Queensland by 2022 - Brisbane Times

Brisbane Times

Where all the new jobs will be in Queensland by 2022
Brisbane Times
There will be a jobs boom in health and education in the next four years, a Queensland government-commissioned report has revealed. Jobs Queensland predicted employment in the state would increase by between 7.6 per cent and 9.3 per cent by 2022.

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We need to combat forced labour and in-work poverty – Brazil and India offer some lessons - The Conversation UK

The Conversation UK

We need to combat forced labour and in-work poverty – Brazil and India offer some lessons
The Conversation UK
The visit of the UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights to the UK is crystallising an unease about the state of working life. Work is fundamental to combating poverty. Yet, despite the employment rate remaining high, the UK is ...

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An anxiety epidemic is gripping the world of work - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

An anxiety epidemic is gripping the world of work
The Sydney Morning Herald
If you feel worried about your job security, you're in good company. There's an anxiety epidemic gripping the world of work and it goes much further than the rise in casual employment and gig economy. A large number of Australians are anxious about ...


Christmas party antics lead to legal cases and lost jobs - The Mercury

The Mercury

Christmas party antics lead to legal cases and lost jobs
The Mercury
Mr Coates gave the example of a female employee who was dismissed after “engaging in a naked romp in a hotel bathroom in front of other colleagues” after the office Christmas party. Although the incident did not occur in the workplace or during the ...


Are you flexible enough for flexible work? - The Mandarin

The Mandarin

Are you flexible enough for flexible work?
The Mandarin
The Fair Work Commission recently added a new rule about flexible work in Australia that tips the scales in favour of employees. In a nutshell, if an employee wants more flexible working hours, their boss can't automatically refuse it. This rule ...


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