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Three companies expanding, 430 jobs available - The Queensland Times

The Queensland Times

Three companies expanding, 430 jobs available
The Queensland Times
BURGERS are in abundance, overseas companies are moving in and a mini international business influx is bringing up to 430 jobs to Ipswich in the coming months. A second Carl's Jr Burger is opening at West Ipswich in June with 80 jobs available, another ...


QLD jobs: Unemployment rate now 6.1 per cent, the highest in Australia - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

QLD jobs: Unemployment rate now 6.1 per cent, the highest in Australia
Courier Mail
“Since January 2015 there are 152,400 more jobs in Queensland,'' she tweeted. Nationally, the unemployment fell slightly to 5.5 per cent as employment numbers grew for the 16th straight month. Australia's female labour force participation rate reached ...
More than 52000 South Australians are unemployed, the final jobs figures before the 2018 state election showThe Advertiser

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CFMEU follows Labor's line on Adani - Courier Mail

The West Australian

CFMEU follows Labor's line on Adani
Courier Mail
Queensland Resources Council Ian MacFarlane said Mr Maher was wrong on key points and needed to back his members. “The CFMEU, like the Labor Party, needs to decide whether they support jobs in regional Queensland or not,” Mr MacFarlane said. “It's not ...
Shorten asks where are Adani's jobsThe West Australian

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Townsville Bulletin: We're for jobs, we're for recovery, we're here for you - Townsville Bulletin

Townsville Bulletin

Townsville Bulletin: We're for jobs, we're for recovery, we're here for you
Townsville Bulletin
AFTER almost a decade of living in Townsville, John and Mirinda Rapetti had lost faith. It was May 2016 and as Mrs Rapetti packed up her family home, she fought back the tears. “We aren't ready to go,” she said. Ex QNI worker John Rapetti and his wife ...


The Australian city with 1000 jobs waiting to be filled - The Queensland Times

The Queensland Times

The Australian city with 1000 jobs waiting to be filled
The Queensland Times
A move to the Northern Territory promised a great job opportunity, a relaxed lifestyle with an endless summer, friendly people and quality services. That's all Catherine O'Connell needed to convince her a move up north with her husband Dan was the next ...

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Project aimed to slash household power bills gets underway in QLD - EcoGeneration

EcoGeneration

Project aimed to slash household power bills gets underway in QLD
EcoGeneration
A Brisbane start-up has been given a $4 million investment from the Queensland government to develop a tool that is set to slash power bills and create jobs in the renewable energy sector in Queensland. Innovation Minister Kate Jones said the ...


State investment fund puts hand up for Cross River Rail job - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

State investment fund puts hand up for Cross River Rail job
Courier Mail
The QIC's major clients include the defined benefit superannuation scheme for Queensland public servants along with substantial stakes in Brisbane Airport and Port of Brisbane. The LNP criticised the project, saying it was a year behind schedule ...

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Backpackers building solar farms, Senate inquiry told - The Australian

The Australian

Backpackers building solar farms, Senate inquiry told
The Australian
His comments come after Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk's December decision to commit more than $150 million to expand renewable energy in Queensland, with the Labor government claiming the sector would create 15,000 jobs, largely in the regions. Mr Ong ...
Solar farms using backpacker labour: UnionNEWS.com.au

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QLD jobs: Rheinmetall's bid to create secure jobs for the next 30 ... - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

QLD jobs: Rheinmetall's bid to create secure jobs for the next 30 ...
Courier Mail
QUEENSLAND will share in 60 billion of international defence investment, creating secure Australian jobs for the next 30 years, if a German company wins a lucrative Federal Government contract.

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Queensland failing in higher education stakes says Deloitte - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Queensland failing in higher education stakes says Deloitte
Courier Mail
“Tasmania is the only state with a lower proportion of the population attaining higher education qualifications than Queensland. “In a knowledge economy, this just won't cut it. There is much more work to be done here.'' Deloitte said that if ...


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