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Jobless rate hits 4-year low amid signs of slowdown - The West Australian

The West Australian

Jobless rate hits 4-year low amid signs of slowdown
The West Australian
It was the smallest increase since full-time employment started growing last year. Elsewhere, the jobless rate fell in Tasmania (to 5.7 per cent), NSW (to 4.6 per cent) and Victoria (to 6 per cent). It increased in the Northern Territory (to 4.1 per ...

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Australia's hiring spree looks set to continue - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Australia's hiring spree looks set to continue
Business Insider Australia
Fitting with recent employment data released by the ABS, Seek said that advertisements increased in all states and territories from a year earlier, led by sharp improvements in South Australia, Western Australia, the Northern Territory and Queensland.


APS job churn sees ACT with highest rates of non-permanent ... - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Times

APS job churn sees ACT with highest rates of non-permanent ...
The Canberra Times
Higher turnover of governments and hiring freezes are driving up temporary, contract and casual employment.

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NT Business Women's awards finalists - NT News

NT News

NT Business Women's awards finalists
NT News
The Telstra Business Women's Awards, now in their 23rd year, celebrate the achievements of NT business women. Awards Ambassador Joe Pollard said the finalists were exceptional women who deserved to be celebrated. “The role of the Telstra Business ...

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Cost of living Queensland: Family budgets being blown on basics - ABC Online

ABC Online

Cost of living Queensland: Family budgets being blown on basics
ABC Online
Queensland families are forking out more than $76,000 a year on general living expenses, with rising costs on housing, food, energy and transport swallowing up the bulk of people's pay, the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) study on spending ...


'You end up behind a bar': 22 graduates fighting for every job - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

'You end up behind a bar': 22 graduates fighting for every job
The Sydney Morning Herald
... according to an analysis of nearly 140,000 job ads by market aggregator Adzuna. This falls to 22 new graduates per role in Victoria and 20 graduates for every job in NSW. The Northern Territory has the least competition, with six new graduates per ...

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Northern Territory joins ACT, South Australia in space lobby efforts - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Times

Northern Territory joins ACT, South Australia in space lobby efforts
The Canberra Times
"This agreement will further the capabilities of the ACT's space industry and will help create more jobs," he said on Sunday. "The inclusion of the Northern Territory into the agreement the ACT signed with South Australia just a few weeks ago is a sign ...
SA launches nation's first space centreACS (registration)
Australian space agency to employ thousands and tap $420b industry, Government saysABC Online

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Labor's $1bn plan for manufacturing jobs - The Australian

The Australian

Labor's $1bn plan for manufacturing jobs
The Australian
Mr Shorten has also vowed to take $1bn from the government's northern Australia fund to create a separate Northern Australia Tourism Infrastructure Fund to help the travel industry in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia. The new ...

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Gas pipeline to be extended - NT News

NT News

Gas pipeline to be extended
NT News
The NGP will transport Northern Territory gas from Tennant Creek to Mt Isa in Queensland. The $800 million project is ... The NGP is expected to create around 900 jobs, with first gas through the pipeline expected to flow in late 2018. Excess Power and ...

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NT 'has to capitalise' on Inpex project - NT News

NT News

NT 'has to capitalise' on Inpex project
NT News
Mr Tyrell said a second round of jobs would come with any expansion. “There's no doubt there is room and time for Inpex to expand, and even with the debate about onshore gas. If Beetaloo is the gas field people say then Darwin could benefit,” he said.

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