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Queensland's economy on the way up as interstate migrants flee Sydney - Brisbane Times

Brisbane Times

Queensland's economy on the way up as interstate migrants flee Sydney
Brisbane Times
Business investment in Queensland rose to as high as one-quarter of the state's entire economy in 2013, before then halving in size by 2016. Exports have been rising with the state's new LNG capacity, but it did not produce as many jobs as the ...

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Qld sees highest job growth rate in nation - NEWS.com.au

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Qld sees highest job growth rate in nation
NEWS.com.au
That's compared with March 2017 when Queensland's trend unemployment rate was 6.4 per cent. Queensland Treasurer Jackie Trad hailed the figures as proof the Palaszczuk government's job-creation programs were working. "We have seen jobs growth over the ...
Queensland enjoys highest job growth rate in nationWAtoday

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Centrelink to create 1000 new call centre jobs - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Centrelink to create 1000 new call centre jobs
Courier Mail
The 1000 extra call centre jobs will be outsourced but the company that wins the contract must agree to have all the positions based in Australia. The Turnbull Government will today announce the call centre expansion, which will be rolled out this year ...

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JOBS DYING OUT: The careers you are better off avoiding - The Queensland Times

The Queensland Times

JOBS DYING OUT: The careers you are better off avoiding
The Queensland Times
In Queensland, the jobs injection was powered by the healthcare/social services industry, retail and education services. In NSW, most jobs were created in healthcare, construction and retail. Most Victorian workers secured work in healthcare services ...
Farmers, nurses and teachers the jobs to go for by 2024NEWS.com.au

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2000 jobs as mining giant buys up CQ cattle country - The Queensland Times

The Queensland Times

2000 jobs as mining giant buys up CQ cattle country
The Queensland Times
MINING giant Pembroke Resources has cemented its authority in the Bowen Basin with the purchase of prime cattle country nearly 1.5 times the size of Malta. The Australia-based company will add the 41,500 hectares of land to its Olive Downs coking coal ...


New opportunities abound in the regions - Queensland Country Life

Queensland Country Life

New opportunities abound in the regions
Queensland Country Life
The good news is that many of these jobs are outside our big cities. In the year to February, a record 125,000 jobs were created in regional Australia. In Queensland alone, 64,000 new jobs were created in regional areas. The figures are impressive and ...

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New skills will lead to jobs - The Queensland Times

The Queensland Times

New skills will lead to jobs
The Queensland Times
DOZENS of jobs and improvements to streets and parks have been created as the Beautiful Ipswich program propels ahead in the pilot suburbs of Collingwood Park and Riverview. Division 3 Councillor Kerry Silver said the program targeting transport ...


Queensland risks missing forecast Australian tourism jobs boom - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Queensland risks missing forecast Australian tourism jobs boom
Courier Mail
Even an additional one per cent increase in investment above forecast would have a substantial impact, especially in Queensland where bang for the buck is greater than in most other states. Every 1000 extra visitor nights resulted in $469,800 in ...

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Recycling ban begins to bite with stockpiles and job loss fears - ABC Local

ABC Local

Recycling ban begins to bite with stockpiles and job loss fears
ABC Local
A Bundaberg recycling centre that employs 27 people with disabilities says jobs are on the line because it cannot find a buyer for its product, including 100 tonnes of soft plastic that is now headed for landfill. Impact Community Services, which ...

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Unions target support for workers' rights in key marginal seats - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Unions target support for workers' rights in key marginal seats
The Sydney Morning Herald
Voters in 11 marginal seats around the country strongly support increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates, new union-sponsored research shows. The ACTU will use the data to equip an army of workers and volunteers who will fan out across ...

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