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Unemployment falls to 5.5% in September - The Sydney Morning Herald

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Unemployment falls to 5.5% in September
The Sydney Morning Herald
The total number of people with jobs rose by 19,800 over the previous month, topping market predictions of a 15,000 rise. Among the states, NSW and Victoria led the gains, adding 21,100 persons and 8900 persons respectively on seasonally adjusted terms.
Jobless rate hits 4-year low amid signs of slowdownThe West Australian
Australia jobs report due today- coming up at 0030 GMT - previewForexLive

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The robots will steal our jobs, but we'll be busy enjoying ourselves - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

The robots will steal our jobs, but we'll be busy enjoying ourselves
Daily Telegraph
Deputy Premier and NSW Skills minister John Barilaro said TAFE was delivering “the skilled workforce we need to support the economy and jobs of tomorrow. “We don't even know what jobs will be emerging ... What matters is that we are agile, working with ...


Fire and Rescue NSW is recruiting firefighters and Illawarra residents are invited to apply. - Illawarra Mercury

Illawarra Mercury

Fire and Rescue NSW is recruiting firefighters and Illawarra residents are invited to apply.
Illawarra Mercury
There are no age restrictions but there is a medical and fitness test to pass. Information sessions are being held mid to late October and links can be found at www.fire.nsw.gov.au. “It is not just a job. It is a career, its a family, it is a lifestyle ...


NSW police seize $400000 during money laundering investigation - The Australian

NSW police seize $400000 during money laundering investigation
The Australian
Detectives from State Crime Command's Organised Crime Squad and the NSW Crime Commission set up Strike Force Aldred and, as part of their inquiries, stopped a Toyota Corolla in Yagoona, in Sydney's southwest on Tuesday. After speaking to a female ...

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Lisa Wilkinson: NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian throws support behind TV presenter over pay dispute - ABC Online

ABC Online

Lisa Wilkinson: NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian throws support behind TV presenter over pay dispute
ABC Online
Ms Berejiklian, who replaced Mike Baird in NSW's top job last year, said Ms Wilkinson had her support if she'd acted based over a pay disparity. "If the reason is about equal pay, I say good on her," she said. "I think she's sending a very strong ...
Lisa Wilkinson leaves Channel 9 for 10's The Project after wage talks break downDaily Telegraph

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School concept turned upside down to cope with robots taking jobs - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

School concept turned upside down to cope with robots taking jobs
Daily Telegraph
They say the days when children needed to memorise formulas or recite the rivers of NSW are gone as the content-driven learning regimens no longer equip children for post-school study or digital age jobs. For the workforce of tomorrow they say students ...

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How to earn $50000 a year for one shift a week - NEWS.com.au

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How to earn $50000 a year for one shift a week
NEWS.com.au
Ever since Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) introduced their flexible rostering system, people have been flocking to the emergency services branch for firefighter jobs. The organisation's flexible system means employees can work the normal two, 24-hour ...

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NSW Government set to secure equity in SMEs with 'good ideas' using new $150 million fund - DynamicBusiness

DynamicBusiness

NSW Government set to secure equity in SMEs with 'good ideas' using new $150 million fund
DynamicBusiness
“The Government, through Jobs for NSW, is teaming up with one of Australia's biggest superannuation providers to help businesses overcome barriers to growth, create more jobs, and to promote greater investment in Aussie companies,” Barilaro said.


Five young job seekers competing for every entry-level job - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Five young job seekers competing for every entry-level job
The Sydney Morning Herald
Up to five young people are now competing for every entry-level job advertised across Australia according to a new report to be released on Thursday. The Anglicare Australia report found there were 124,285 people who were unemployed and looking for ...

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Want a job? Here's where to find it - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Want a job? Here's where to find it
The Sydney Morning Herald
In NSW and Victoria, education has, along with healthcare and construction, been a leading job creator. Over the past decade it added 100,000 jobs in NSW and 56,000 in Victoria as the international student sector and an insatiable demand for ...

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