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More jobs released in QLD's resources sector - Australian Mining

Australian Mining

More jobs released in QLD's resources sector
Australian Mining
One new job was created every hour in Queensland's resources sector last month. This amounted to an additional 4400 jobs, with more than 1400 vacancies still advertised online. The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) chief executive Ian Macfarlane ...
Qld jobs on the riseCreamer Media's Mining Weekly
Thousands of jobs up for grabs as mothballed mines returnRockhampton Morning Bulletin

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Jobs growing in agriculture - North Queensland Register

North Queensland Register

Jobs growing in agriculture
North Queensland Register
Agriculture jobs North Queensland. Jessica Johnston 15 Aug 2018, 5 p.m.. Bowen Gumlu Growers Association President Carl Walker said programs that had been put in place were helping to attract workers to the region, like on this mango farm at Bowen.


Queensland unemployment rate the second worst in the country ... - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Queensland unemployment rate the second worst in the country ...
Courier Mail
QUEENSLAND'S unemployment rate is stuck above 6 per cent, the second worst in the nation, while NSW and Victoria can now claim to have reached full ...

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Thousands of jobs up for grabs as mothballed mines return ... - Queensland Times

Queensland Times

Thousands of jobs up for grabs as mothballed mines return ...
Queensland Times
WHILE much of the resources sector seems focused on opening the Galilee Basin, there are a number of mothballed mines coming back on line which will see ...

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SEEK highest paying jobs in NSW, Victoria, Qld, SA, NT, Tasmania ... - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

SEEK highest paying jobs in NSW, Victoria, Qld, SA, NT, Tasmania ...
Courier Mail
TECH workers and engineers are snapping up Australias top pay packets, beating miners in the salary stakes in many parts of the country.

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Massive boost for jobs in Central Queensland - Big Rigs

Big Rigs

Massive boost for jobs in Central Queensland
Big Rigs
JUST 15 months after successfully expanding into Queensland's heavy haulage marketplace, Centurion has entered its second phase of growth in the state with a contract for one of the Bowen Basin's largest miners. Centurion was selected by Anglo ...


Defence industry jobs growing with new contract awarded in Queensland - Brisbane Times

Brisbane Times

Defence industry jobs growing with new contract awarded in Queensland
Brisbane Times
The Sunshine State is strengthening as a leader in the defence industry, with Queensland companies winning contracts to deliver more heavy vehicles and equipment to the Australian Defence Force. State Development Minister Cameron Dick said the $1.4 ...


Reality check for Queensland jobs - Queensland Times

Queensland Times

Reality check for Queensland jobs
Queensland Times
QUEENSLAND'S best days of job growth are behind it as official figures show employment in the state had stalled. Business groups also claim about 30 per cent of the state's part-time workforce want more hours but are unable to get it. In the first six ...


Queensland jobs growth on the up - My Sunshine Coast (press release)

Queensland jobs growth on the up
My Sunshine Coast (press release)
The Palaszczuk Government's efforts to grow jobs continues to deliver with 3,900 Queenslanders finding work in June. Deputy Premier and Treasurer Jackie Trad said that today's ABS Labour Force data demonstrated the Palaszczuk Government's ...

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Queensland family farm producing rosella hibiscus products and providing jobs for locals - ABC News

ABC News

Queensland family farm producing rosella hibiscus products and providing jobs for locals
ABC News
Do you know what a rosella is? Not the bird, but the plant, an edible hibiscus that's best known in Australia as the main ingredient for a delicious jam. A farming family north of the Sunshine Coast is winning over new fans with the old-fashioned ...


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