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The best time for South Australians to get a job - PerthNow
The best time for South Australians to get a job  PerthNow

Finding a job is never easy — but there's one time of the year when South Australians have the best chance of landing a gig.


Weird, wacky and wonderful life lessons at South Australia’s WEA - The Advertiser
Weird, wacky and wonderful life lessons at South Australia’s WEA  The Advertiser

From weird, wild and fabulously wacky learnings, to the age-old skills only Granny knows or being on-trend when it comes to emerging technology, it is near ...


Poll: SA Voters Don't Buy Tax Cuts for Property Investors - Mirage News
Poll: SA Voters Don't Buy Tax Cuts for Property Investors  Mirage News

New polling from The Australia Institute shows South Australians overwhelmingly think increasing funding for public services is a far more effective...


Court rejects bid to block South Australia wind and 'biggest' battery project - RenewEconomy
Court rejects bid to block South Australia wind and 'biggest' battery project  RenewEconomy

A legal bid to block the development of a 180MW South Australian wind farm that plans to host an energy storage facility more than twice the size of the Tesla big ...


Unemployment rate Feb 2019: SA drops to 5.7%, lowest since November - The Advertiser
Unemployment rate Feb 2019: SA drops to 5.7%, lowest since November  The Advertiser

South Australia's jobless rate has dropped from 6.3 per cent to 5.7 per cent, the lowest it has been since November. The decrease comes as the national rate for ...


6 Air defence project to create 500 jobs | Adelaide Now - The Advertiser
6 Air defence project to create 500 jobs | Adelaide Now  The Advertiser

Work will start tomorrow on a centre in Adelaides northern suburbs where the nations 2.5 billion short-range air defence missile system will be assembled, ...


Job Snobs? Migrants Needed To Do The Jobs South Aussies Won't, Says Premier - FiveAA
Job Snobs? Migrants Needed To Do The Jobs South Aussies Won't, Says Premier  FiveAA

Premier Steven Marshall says more migrants are needed in SA to fill the “hundreds and hundreds and hundreds” of regional jobs South Australians refuse to ...


The truth about jobs - InDaily
The truth about jobs  InDaily

Jobs are the perennial election issue, and as Australia gears up for the next federal election, we thought it would be useful to investigate the stats rather than ...


SA overpass to open, part of $885m project - SBS News
SA overpass to open, part of $885m project  SBS News

A new overpass, a key element of a $885 million project, will open in Adelaide on Tuesday morning.


Farmers with grand designs open modern shearing shed in South Australia - ABC News
Farmers with grand designs open modern shearing shed in South Australia  ABC News

New shearing sheds are no easy task to build, but the McGorman family's new custom shed on their property in Sanderston, 80 kilometres east of Adelaide, ...


Businesses spend big but not on workers, as Marshall Govt approaches first anniversary - InDaily
Businesses spend big but not on workers, as Marshall Govt approaches first anniversary  InDaily

SPECIAL REPORT | South Australian businesses are confident in the future and have been investing strongly since Steven Marshall took office - but not in new ...


Regional mayors want to open their arms to thousands of new migrants - The Advertiser
Regional mayors want to open their arms to thousands of new migrants  The Advertiser

Community leaders in regional towns across South Australia have opened their arms for thousands of new residents as a new survey shows the state could ...


What makes a neighbourhood feel like home? - NEWS.com.au
What makes a neighbourhood feel like home?  NEWS.com.au

A new Life in Australia report, powered by global market research firm Ipsos and released today by realestate.com.au, attempts to answer this question, looking ...


Population strategy will bring more migrants to South Australia, but fewer to Australia overall - The Advertiser
Population strategy will bring more migrants to South Australia, but fewer to Australia overall  The Advertiser

More migrants will call South Australia home, with far greater ease, under a push to lure new arrivals away from big cities to the regions.


Bradken foundry set to close its doors for good with 96 jobs to go - The Advertiser
Bradken foundry set to close its doors for good with 96 jobs to go  The Advertiser

Almost 100 workers will be out of a job tomorrow when a controversial Kilburn foundry closes its doors after more than four years in limbo.


SA Govt commits $7.5m to red meat supply chain reforms - Beef Central
SA Govt commits $7.5m to red meat supply chain reforms  Beef Central

THE South Australian government plans to inject $7.5 million into the state's red meat sector in a bid to grow productivity in the industry and strengthen ...


Accolade Wines to move SA jobs offshore — but won’t say how many - The Advertiser
Accolade Wines to move SA jobs offshore — but won’t say how many  The Advertiser

Accolade Wines will not say how many roles will go from its South Australian operations as a result of an outsourcing program, but says a review of its global ...


Meet nine Adelaide employers who want to give you a job - InDaily
Meet nine Adelaide employers who want to give you a job  InDaily

CityMag has found nine people across nine key industries who want to give you a job.


New migration agreements to benefit South Australia - Mirage News
New migration agreements to benefit South Australia  Mirage News

South Australia will receive an economic boost with the Morrison Government agreeing to two Designated Area Migration Agreements (DAMA) with the South...


Unemployment drops below 5 per cent for the first time in eight years - ABC News
Unemployment drops below 5 per cent for the first time in eight years  ABC News

The unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level in almost eight years, although its move below 5 per cent was largely driven by fewer people looking for ...


Adelaide to host Australian Space Agency, Mission Control Centre and Space Discovery Centre - The Advertiser
Adelaide to host Australian Space Agency, Mission Control Centre and Space Discovery Centre  The Advertiser

Adelaide's Mission Control centre will be able to monitor more than just Australian satellites in orbit — as the Australian Space Agency starts working with ...


Older nurses being offered $50,000 to retire early by SA Health - The Advertiser
Older nurses being offered $50,000 to retire early by SA Health  The Advertiser

Older nurses will be offered a 50000 golden handshake to retire as SA Health moves to rejuvenate the profession.


Adelaide Lot Fourteen: $129 million plan for old RAH site - The Advertiser
Adelaide Lot Fourteen: $129 million plan for old RAH site  The Advertiser

Premier Steven Marshalls vision for Adelaide to be home of Australias greatest Aboriginal art gallery is set to become a reality with the Federal Government ...


Significant increase in minimum wage won't cost jobs, Labor says - The Guardian
Significant increase in minimum wage won't cost jobs, Labor says  The Guardian

In a Fair Work submission, ALP argues economy will benefit because 'low wages growth threatens consumer demand'


Global start-ups to be lured to new SA 'Landing Pad' to grow local jobs and industry - Mirage News
Global start-ups to be lured to new SA 'Landing Pad' to grow local jobs and industry  Mirage News

Leading international start-ups will be lured to South Australia under a $4 million investment from the Marshall Government's Economic and Business...


Refugees moving to South Australia are helping to fill workforce shortages in South East - The Advertiser
Refugees moving to South Australia are helping to fill workforce shortages in South East  The Advertiser

After escaping a poverty-stricken and military-controlled country, Mu Tu says the best thing about living in Australia is not having to flee anyone or go hungry.


NSW state election 2019: Coalition wins majority government | Australia news - The Guardian
NSW state election 2019: Coalition wins majority government | Australia news  The Guardian

NSW Coalition has the seats to form a majority as Michael Daley stands aside until new Labor leader vote held after the federal election.


Australian-first facility to support Army and industry development - Defence Connect
Australian-first facility to support Army and industry development  Defence Connect

Defence Minister Christopher Pyne has officially confirmed the selection of the National Advanced Surface to Air Missile System (NASAMS) as the inner tier air ...


Adelaide’s landmark City Deal is signed, ensuring millions for future technology projects - The Advertiser
Adelaide’s landmark City Deal is signed, ensuring millions for future technology projects  The Advertiser

Technologies such as smart parking and CCTV, as well as an indigenous business hub, are the final pieces of Adelaide's $551 million City Deal, which was ...


7 Repeated attacks on SA principals prompts call for parliamentary inquiry - The Advertiser
7 Repeated attacks on SA principals prompts call for parliamentary inquiry  The Advertiser

A principal assaulted dozens of times at work, who has witnessed crazed parents smashing doors and windows, and works up to 80 hours a week, says the ...


Magistrates win pay increase after showing that 145 news laws and pieces of legislation have made their jobs more complex - The Advertiser
Magistrates win pay increase after showing that 145 news laws and pieces of legislation have made their jobs more complex  The Advertiser

Magistrates have won a pay increase of more than 9000 after showing that 145 new laws and pieces of legislation introduced over the last decade have resulted ...


Rules of prison guard jobs to be changed to encourage more women to apply - The Advertiser
Rules of prison guard jobs to be changed to encourage more women to apply  The Advertiser

Restrictive entry rules to prison guard jobs will be changed as the state aims for a 5050 gender division.


MPs Christopher Pyne and Mark Butler back SA population boost - The Advertiser
MPs Christopher Pyne and Mark Butler back SA population boost  The Advertiser

GETTING Australias national population settings right is fundamental to the prosperity of South Australia said the states most high profile politician at an Urban ...


Decentralisation decision: go bush or a local gets your job - The Mandarin
Decentralisation decision: go bush or a local gets your job  The Mandarin

Murray-Darling Basin Authority chief Phillip Glyde confidently asserts the agency would do a better job with almost four times as many staff working out of its ...


The Wilderness Society answers the Great Australian Bight oil drilling questions - The Advertiser
The Wilderness Society answers the Great Australian Bight oil drilling questions  The Advertiser

On Saturday, The Advertiser published a QA with Norwegian oil company Equinor about its controversial plans to undertake exploratory oil drilling in the Great ...


Minimum wage: Bill Shorten outlines Labor’s new plans - NEWS.com.au
Minimum wage: Bill Shorten outlines Labor’s new plans  NEWS.com.au

A “living wage” ensuring a family could afford items from food to an internet connection would be set by a high-powered inquiry, should Labor win government in ...


Debate rages over whether or not South Australians should be paid a living wage. - The Advertiser
Debate rages over whether or not South Australians should be paid a living wage.  The Advertiser

Businesses should be able to negotiate greater workplace flexibility if a living wage is established, South Australias Small Business Commissioner says.


Protests as oil company ‘disaster plan’ reveals risk to Australia’s coast - The New Daily
Protests as oil company ‘disaster plan’ reveals risk to Australia’s coast  The New Daily

Foreign energy company Equinor is ploughing ahead with plans to drill the Great Australian Bight, prompting a surge of backlash and protest plans amid fears of ...


Murray Darling jobs to decentralise to regional centres - Grain Central
Murray Darling jobs to decentralise to regional centres  Grain Central

REGIONAL communities have welcomed the Federal Government's move to bolster the Murray Darling Basin Authority's (MDBA) presence in regional centres to ...


Travel Guides: Nine now casting Australians for travel reality TV show - NEWS.com.au
Travel Guides: Nine now casting Australians for travel reality TV show  NEWS.com.au

Auditions are being held to fill what could be the best jobs in Australia right now — a globetrotter on the next season of the TV reality show Travel Guides.


Federal Cabinet ministers Christopher Pyne, Steven Ciobo tipped to resign this weekend - The Advertiser
Federal Cabinet ministers Christopher Pyne, Steven Ciobo tipped to resign this weekend  The Advertiser

SAs most senior Federal Cabinet minister Christopher Pyne is widely tipped to announce he is retiring from politics at the next election as early as Saturday.


SA embraces new industry regime - https://www.innovationaus.com/
SA embraces new industry regime  https://www.innovationaus.com/

The South Australia government has embraced wholesale changes proposed in a root and branch review of the state's industry policies as part of an ambitious ...


Coalition's migration rules questioned by former immigration bureaucrat - The Guardian
Coalition's migration rules questioned by former immigration bureaucrat  The Guardian

Abul Rizvi questioned how demand for visas will triple when rules make permanent residency harder to obtain.


Community leaders call for State Government help to stop South Australia’s regional ‘brain drain’ - The Advertiser
Community leaders call for State Government help to stop South Australia’s regional ‘brain drain’  The Advertiser

Regional communities want a major cash injection to keep their brightest youngsters in rural SA, and believe new infrastructure, planning changes and more ...


Bight oil drilling: Majority of South Australians oppose Equinor proposal - The Advertiser
Bight oil drilling: Majority of South Australians oppose Equinor proposal  The Advertiser

A majority of South Australians oppose plans for deepwater drilling for oil in the Great Australian Bight, a Sunday Mail poll finds.


Port Pirie hosts the oldest operational fire-fighter in South Australia - The Recorder
Port Pirie hosts the oldest operational fire-fighter in South Australia  The Recorder

Reg Harmer, 64, still setting the pace in the Metropolitan Fire *Service*.


Adelaide scores $551m city deal - https://www.innovationaus.com/
Adelaide scores $551m city deal  https://www.innovationaus.com/

Adelaide has been announced as the home of the seventh city deal that will see all three levels of governments work together over the next 10 years to grow the ...


SA specialist public schools with gifted, music, science, sport programs - The Advertiser
SA specialist public schools with gifted, music, science, sport programs  The Advertiser

A group of Marryatville High School teachers love their jobs so much they continue after school hours and play on through the night.


Why developers are delaying or abandoning half the apartments they planned to build - ABC News
Why developers are delaying or abandoning half the apartments they planned to build  ABC News

The oversupply of apartments is starting to bite, with 40000 jobs lost and abandoned projects piling up. But it's likely to get worse before it gets better, writes ...


$5m Goolwa wharf upgrade bid to bring extra tourists and jobs to Fleurieu Peninsula region - The Advertiser
$5m Goolwa wharf upgrade bid to bring extra tourists and jobs to Fleurieu Peninsula region  The Advertiser

A 5 million overhaul of the Goolwa wharf would bring extra tourists to the area and generate dozens of new jobs, the community says.


Standout SA economy bodes well for our future, says ANZ report - The Advertiser
Standout SA economy bodes well for our future, says ANZ report  The Advertiser

SOUTH Australias economy was the standout of all states and territories in the last three months of 2018, with strong house prices and positive employment ...


Premier announces public service shake-up to pave way for SA to triple its economic growth rate - The Advertiser
Premier announces public service shake-up to pave way for SA to triple its economic growth rate  The Advertiser

A major shake-up of the public *service* will pave the way for a State Government plan to triple South Australias economic growth rate.


Councils play crucial role in driving South Australian property growth - InDaily
Councils play crucial role in driving South Australian property growth  InDaily

SA Property Landscape report finds councils on the peripheral of Adelaide can play a significant role in boosting property values and creating jobs.


Amazon Australia: Investigation reveals truth of warehouse working conditions - NEWS.com.au
Amazon Australia: Investigation reveals truth of warehouse working conditions  NEWS.com.au

Amazon Australia announced a hiring blitz the same day an ABC investigation said the e-commerce giant applied “abusive supervision” to its staff.


Wage theft: South Australian employers underpaid workers more than $500m, inquiry told - The Advertiser
Wage theft: South Australian employers underpaid workers more than $500m, inquiry told  The Advertiser

Wage theft is costing 170000 South Australians about 570 million a year, a parliamentary committee has been told.


South Australia’s unemployment rate rises to 5.9 per cent - The Advertiser
South Australia’s unemployment rate rises to 5.9 per cent  The Advertiser

South Australias unemployment rate has risen to 5.9 per cent, the highest it has been in eight months.


NSW election 2019: The real losers are the National Party - NEWS.com.au
NSW election 2019: The real losers are the National Party  NEWS.com.au

As Gladys Berejiklian stepped up to claim victory in Saturday's NSW election it wasn't the loss the party the polls were suggesting but there was a collapse in key ...


The hotspots where young people can’t find work and the rise of ‘survival jobs’ - The New Daily
The hotspots where young people can’t find work and the rise of ‘survival jobs’  The New Daily

The Brotherhood of St Laurence has revealed the hotspots for youth unemployment, as young people are churned through “survival jobs”.


Risk of terrorism at radioactive waste site kept secret from residents near earmarked sites - The Advertiser
Risk of terrorism at radioactive waste site kept secret from residents near earmarked sites  The Advertiser

The risk of terrorist activity at a radioactive waste site, including the removal of drums for use in a dirty bomb, has been kept secret from residents near two sites ...


South Australia beats strong competition to be home to Australia's new space agency - ABC News
South Australia beats strong competition to be home to Australia's new space agency  ABC News

South Australia beats strong national competition to house the Australian Space Agency, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison describing it as a launching pad to ...


Jobs nailed down as hardware giant Bunnings opens $45 million Edwardstown centre next month - The Advertiser
Jobs nailed down as hardware giant Bunnings opens $45 million Edwardstown centre next month  The Advertiser

More than 160 ongoing jobs have been nailed down with April's opening of the new $45 million Bunnings Warehouse at Edwardstown. Built at the former ...


No minimum requirement for SA jobs on future submarine program - The Advertiser
No minimum requirement for SA jobs on future submarine program  The Advertiser

South Australian jobs are not guaranteed for the build on the $50 billion future submarine program, defence department officials have revealed. A senate ...


Eyre Peninsula rail to close as agreement ends - Port Lincoln Times
Eyre Peninsula rail to close as agreement ends  Port Lincoln Times

The Eyre Peninsula Rail Network will close on May 31 as Viterra transfers to a solely road-based grain supply chain.


South Australia needs to boost its migration intake, here is what the experts say - ABC News
South Australia needs to boost its migration intake, here is what the experts say  ABC News

In one year South Australia attracted 10000 migrants — a feat accomplished in Victoria in just 26 days. Now, the State Government is looking at how it can boost ...


Jobs with purpose: how to stop SA's millennial brain drain - InDaily
Jobs with purpose: how to stop SA's millennial brain drain  InDaily

To stem the loss of talented young people from the state, South Australia needs to create not just jobs - but the right kind of jobs, writes Suzi Sosa.


NSW election: Gladys Berejiklian unveils 250,000 new jobs pledge - NEWS.com.au
NSW election: Gladys Berejiklian unveils 250,000 new jobs pledge  NEWS.com.au

Her government is on the ropes with young voters, illustrated once again last week when thousands rallied against controversial new regulations on music ...


South Australian unemployment: Jobless rate falls to 5.5% - The Advertiser
South Australian unemployment: Jobless rate falls to 5.5%  The Advertiser

SOUTH Australia's jobless rate is lower than before the closure of the Elizabeth Holden factory as the state continues to experience strong jobs growth.


South Australian mining job opportunities on the rise - Australian Mining
South Australian mining job opportunities on the rise  Australian Mining

Mining job opportunities in South Australia are trending up according to a report from research body Resources and Engineering Skills Alliance (RESA).


South Australia records strongest job growth in community care - The Advertiser
South Australia records strongest job growth in community care  The Advertiser

SOUTH Australians are enjoying more than their fair share of the community services boom, recording the strongest job growth in the country.


Unemployment up as more South Australians look for work - InDaily
Unemployment up as more South Australians look for work  InDaily

The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate, released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, rose from 5.3 per cent in November last year to 5.9 per cent in ...


SA's unemployment rate lifts to 18-month high - InDaily
SA's unemployment rate lifts to 18-month high  InDaily

It's the worst figure recorded in the state since June 2017, when the seasonally adjusted rate reached 6.6 per cent. The rate is marginally ahead of the ...


Anglicare Australia Jobs Availability Snapshot warns of employment squeeze as entry-level roles disappear - The Advertiser
Anglicare Australia Jobs Availability Snapshot warns of employment squeeze as entry-level roles disappear  The Advertiser

MORE than eight people are applying for every entry-level job advertised in South Australia and each year there are fewer of these lower-skilled roles on offer, ...


It's who you know, if you want a job in Adelaide - InDaily
It's who you know, if you want a job in Adelaide  InDaily

South Australian employers are more likely than their interstate counterparts to choose staff through personal networks rather than by advertising positions, ...


The six essential jobs that weren’t around a decade ago, with decent pay too - Herald Sun
The six essential jobs that weren’t around a decade ago, with decent pay too  Herald Sun

TEN years ago, when Barack Obama became the first African-American US president, then-prime minister Kevin Rudd apologised to the Stolen Generation, and ...


About 100 workers lose jobs at Primo's Port Wakefield abattoir as parent company JBS axes entire shift - ABC News
About 100 workers lose jobs at Primo's Port Wakefield abattoir as parent company JBS axes entire shift  ABC News

About 100 workers at South Australia's Port Wakefield abattoir are without work, after a decision by parent company JBS to move from two shifts to a single ...


Adelaide shipbuilder ASC looks to cut 63 jobs as air warfare destroyer work winds down - The Advertiser
Adelaide shipbuilder ASC looks to cut 63 jobs as air warfare destroyer work winds down  The Advertiser

ADELAIDE-based defence shipbuilder ASC is looking to cut a further 63 jobs as work on the navys new air warfare destroyers winds down.


Study finds that job creep reduces productivity at work - The Lead South Australia
Study finds that job creep reduces productivity at work  The Lead South Australia

The University of South Australia has found that continuing work-related activities after hours has an adverse effect on productivity and recovery.


Veterans to be linked to training and jobs in growing SA defence sector as industry and State Government ink new agreement - The Advertiser
Veterans to be linked to training and jobs in growing SA defence sector as industry and State Government ink new agreement  The Advertiser

Veterans will be assisted to gain work in the states expanding defence sector under a new program set to link them with additional training and match them to ...


SA jobs growth drops by a third as experts call for major new project spending - The Advertiser
SA jobs growth drops by a third as experts call for major new project spending  The Advertiser

Leading economists have warned that major new projects in mining and infrastructure are needed to supercharge SAs jobs growth, which has dropped by a ...


$1.5 billion interconnector between SA and NSW expected to generate 1000 jobs - The Advertiser
$1.5 billion interconnector between SA and NSW expected to generate 1000 jobs  The Advertiser

A thousand jobs are expected to be created during construction of a 1.5 billion power link between SA and NSW which aims to slash 66 from average household ...


SA jobless rate soars to 18-month high - 9news.com.au
SA jobless rate soars to 18-month high  9news.com.au

South Australia has recorded its highest jobless rate in the last 18 months.


SA jobs boost with new national Triple-0 call centre - InDaily
SA jobs boost with new national Triple-0 call centre  InDaily

Around 45 local jobs will be created with the establishment of a new Triple-Zero call centre in Adelaide.


Business confidence brings jobs boost for SA, says BankSA State Monitor Survey - The Advertiser
Business confidence brings jobs boost for SA, says BankSA State Monitor Survey  The Advertiser

CONFIDENCE in the South Australian economy is leading to real outcomes with the number of businesses creating jobs in the past three months now at its ...


4000 public servant jobs to be axed in South Australian budget - The Australian
4000 public servant jobs to be axed in South Australian budget  The Australian

The first Liberal budget in South Australia in 17 years will today include 170 million to help cut public sector numbers by more than 4000, along with a 515m ...


South Australia’s most dangerous jobs: Arborist, knifemaker, jockey, pig farmer - The Advertiser
South Australia’s most dangerous jobs: Arborist, knifemaker, jockey, pig farmer  The Advertiser

DEATH and serious injury are not usually a concern for the average office worker but figures show that labourers face a daily risk of trauma.


New report identifies challenges and solutions to creating 15,000 shipbuilding jobs in SA - The Advertiser
New report identifies challenges and solutions to creating 15,000 shipbuilding jobs in SA  The Advertiser

Security clearances, declining apprenticeship numbers, international competition for skills and experience shortages pose a threat to South Australias ...


Premier Steven Marshall says he is “100 per cent” confident thousands of shipbuilding jobs are locked in - The Advertiser
Premier Steven Marshall says he is “100 per cent” confident thousands of shipbuilding jobs are locked in  The Advertiser

Premier Steven Marshall says he is 100 per cent confident thousands of jobs are locked in for SA under the national shipbuilding plan.


Telstra to cut 8000 jobs - thousands of SA workers face uncertainty - InDaily
Telstra to cut 8000 jobs - thousands of SA workers face uncertainty  InDaily

Telstra is slashing 8000 jobs and splitting its mobile and infrastructure operations into separate businesses as it aims to cut an additional $1 billion of costs by ...


South Australia unemployment figures fall to third lowest in Australia - The Advertiser
South Australia unemployment figures fall to third lowest in Australia  The Advertiser

SOUTH Australia's unemployment rate has dropped to 5.6 per cent – the third lowest in the nation. The state's seasonally adjusted jobless rate, recorded in the ...


SA jobs promised as solar thermal project boosts local manufacturing - InDaily
SA jobs promised as solar thermal project boosts local manufacturing  InDaily

Global solar thermal company SolarReserve is working on a deal with local manufacturer Heliostat SA to build more than 12800 tracking mirrors for its 150MW ...


Unemployment rate in South Australia rises to 5.7% - The Advertiser
Unemployment rate in South Australia rises to 5.7%  The Advertiser

SOUTH Australia's unemployment rate rose to 5.7 per cent in July — its highest level since April. The state's seasonally-adjusted jobless rate, revealed by the ...


Eight South Australians who have stayed in their job more than 50 years - The Advertiser
Eight South Australians who have stayed in their job more than 50 years  The Advertiser

WITH more and more jobs falling to automation, and young people told to expect at least five career changes before they retire, its hard to imagine anyone in the ...


SA has much to lose if submarine work goes west - InDaily
SA has much to lose if submarine work goes west  InDaily

With a federal election looming, it is the time for both the Federal Government and Opposition to clarify where they want submarine maintenance to be based.


Betting agency Tabcorp to shed about 70 casual jobs in Adelaide as they close Marleston call centre - The Advertiser
Betting agency Tabcorp to shed about 70 casual jobs in Adelaide as they close Marleston call centre  The Advertiser

About 70 casual workers will lose their jobs with gambling operator Tabcorp closing its Adelaide call centre at the end of the month.


Defence jobs guarantee could be lost in translation - InDaily
Defence jobs guarantee could be lost in translation  InDaily

Defence Minister Christopher Pyne has doubled down on his guarantee that at least 60 per cent of the work for the multi-billion dollar future submarines will go ...


South Australia lands space agency - ACS
South Australia lands space agency  ACS

South Australia has edged out the likes of NSW and Victoria to become home to Australia's first-ever space agency. The location of the agency has been a hot ...


UniSA top of class for employment and boss satisfaction - The Advertiser
UniSA top of class for employment and boss satisfaction  The Advertiser

UniSA has achieved the state's top marks for full-time student employment outcomes and employer satisfaction with graduates. A pair of national reports to be ...


Jobs to go across NSW and South Australia as News Corp re-structures marketing - mUmBRELLA*
Jobs to go across NSW and South Australia as News Corp re-structures marketing  mUmBRELLA*

News Corp has axed a number of roles in its marketing teams across South Australia and News South Wales as it moves towards a centralised model.


South Australia’s unemployment rate falls to 5.4 per cent as thousands more find work - The Advertiser
South Australia’s unemployment rate falls to 5.4 per cent as thousands more find work  The Advertiser

Thousands of additional jobs were created in South Australia last month as the state's unemployment rate continued to tumble. SA's seasonally-adjusted ...


SA's unemployment rate falls - InDaily
SA's unemployment rate falls  InDaily

The Australian Bureau of Statistics data for November shows South Australia's jobless rate at 5.3 per cent (seasonally adjusted) – down from 5.4 per cent the ...