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Murray Goulburn's Edith Creek site has 'genuinely interested' buyer promising local jobs - ABC Online

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Murray Goulburn's Edith Creek site has 'genuinely interested' buyer promising local jobs
ABC Online
A company "genuinely interested" in buying the milk processing plant in Edith Creek, south of Smithton, says it will only go ahead if the plant is sold as a working operation. Tasmania's north-west community is still reeling from a decision by dairy ...


High Court strikes down Tasmania's anti-protest laws - The Mercury

The Mercury

High Court strikes down Tasmania's anti-protest laws
The Mercury
“This judgment puts a brake on corporations wanting communities sidelined so they can plunder Tasmania's unique and job-rich environment, not least its ancient rainforests and tall eucalypts.” “Those calling for harsh penalties against peaceful ...

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Australia's employment boom bypassing entry-level job seekers, Anglicare report says - ABC Online

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Australia's employment boom bypassing entry-level job seekers, Anglicare report says
ABC Online
Tasmania fares much worse with more than double that amount. It is not much better in South Australia, where Mr Taylor lives. For every entry-level job, there are 7.5 applicants. "It's a lot harder than it seems," he said. "It's been a year now and I ...
Anglicare Report Finds Lack of Entry-Level Jobs in AustraliaPro Bono Australia
Young priced out of planning livesPerth Now

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South Australia's unemployment rate rises to 5.8 per cent - The Advertiser

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South Australia's unemployment rate rises to 5.8 per cent
The Advertiser
SA had long had the highest or equal highest trend unemployment rate in the nation, but is now below Victoria (6 per cent), Queensland and Tasmania (both 5.9 per cent). Employment Minister Kyam Maher welcomed the figures but said the state “cannot be ...
Australia's jobs report beats yet againBusiness Insider Australia
Jobless rate hits 4-year low amid signs of slowdownThe West Australian
Australian unemployment rate dips to four-month low of 5.5 per centHerald Sun

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Night time jobs in Tasmania are vital | The Mercury - The Mercury

The Mercury

Night time jobs in Tasmania are vital | The Mercury
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THERE are fears Tasmania may be missing out as its critical night-time economy lags interstate growth. With night-time businesses representing 19 per cent of ...

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APS job churn sees ACT with highest rates of non-permanent employees - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Times

APS job churn sees ACT with highest rates of non-permanent employees
The Canberra Times
A consistent increase in the proportion of so-called contingent jobs was recorded in the territory and Western Australia since November 2013, while the lowest proportion was recorded in Tasmania at 22.8 per cent, followed by NSW at 25.6 per cent.

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There are five applicants for every entry-level job in Australia: Here's how your SME can find the best candidate - SmartCompany.com.au (blog)

SmartCompany.com.au (blog)

There are five applicants for every entry-level job in Australia: Here's how your SME can find the best candidate
SmartCompany.com.au (blog)
Tasmania, Western Australia and South Australia are the toughest markets for competing for entry-level positions: there are 10.7 applicants for every one role advertised in South Australia. For small businesses with limited HR departments, the sheer ...


Talking Point: Forests jobs are a priority for the Hodgman ... - The Mercury

The Mercury

Talking Point: Forests jobs are a priority for the Hodgman ...
The Mercury
THE Hodgman Liberal Governments commitment to rebuilding Tasmanias forest industry is about growing investment, creating jobs, increasing exports and ...

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APS cuts hit regions with 1800 job losses, CPSU figures show - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Times

APS cuts hit regions with 1800 job losses, CPSU figures show
The Canberra Times
Regional towns hoping to win jobs from the Coalition's push to decentralise the public service have copped nearly 2000 job cuts since the government started downsizing its agencies, new estimates show. ... But the workforce of public servants has ...

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Talking Point: Jobs of the future coming ready or not - The Mercury

The Mercury

Talking Point: Jobs of the future coming ready or not
The Mercury
These are the issues that we at the University of Tasmania hope to tackle in a public forum on the Future of Work on Tuesday. What will the Fourth Industrial Revolution mean for Tasmanian industry, the broader economy, and the job market? How do we ...


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