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Full-time jobs come roaring back in Tasmania, replacing part-time work - The Advocate

The Advocate

Full-time jobs come roaring back in Tasmania, replacing part-time work
The Advocate
The state added 600 full-time jobs in March and 2100 in the last four months, according to trend terms figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. That trend reversed recent weakness in full-time job creation and a dominance of part-time jobs in ...


Labor MPs to Malcolm Turnbull: send jobs to Tasmania - The Mercury

The Mercury

Labor MPs to Malcolm Turnbull: send jobs to Tasmania
The Mercury
The ALP's four lower house members and five senators have jointly signed a letter to Mr Turnbull, calling on him to reverse cuts they say resulted in 400 job losses last year. The call came as Liberal Senator Jonathon Duniam and the State Government ...

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Tasmania pitches for public servant jobs - NEWS.com.au

Tasmania Examiner

Tasmania pitches for public servant jobs
NEWS.com.au
"With our lifestyle and live-ability, the evidence is clear that Tasmania is the place they should come to live, work and raise a family," Mr Duniam said in a statement on Thursday. "Canberra needs to remember that the rest of the country including ...
Tasmania pushes for 'fair share' of Australian public service jobsTasmania Examiner

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Plans to automate simple visa applications threaten Tasmanian jobs, a union warns - ABC Online

ABC Online

Plans to automate simple visa applications threaten Tasmanian jobs, a union warns
ABC Online
Tasmania will be the first state to be affected by a Federal Government push to outsource visa application services, with more than 100 jobs on the chopping block, a union says. Greens senator Nick McKim has also attacked the move, labelling it an ...

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Deloitte suggests a construction boom is needed to rescue Tasmania from its severe housing shortage - The Mercury

The Mercury

Deloitte suggests a construction boom is needed to rescue Tasmania from its severe housing shortage
The Mercury
A conservative estimate suggests international tourist arrivals will plateau at about six per cent growth after exploding by 22 per cent this year. The outlook comes after the State Government last week trumpeted the creation of 1400 full-time jobs in ...

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Tasmanian job vacancies on the rise - The Advocate

The Advocate

Tasmanian job vacancies on the rise
The Advocate
Job vacancies increased by 3.5 per cent in the year to the end of March in trend terms, according to state Treasury analysis of figures from the Internet Vacancy Index, covering online recruitment sites SEEK, CareerOne and Australian JobSearch. That ...


Calls for parliamentary inquiry into the drop in number of Tasmanian apprenticeships - ABC Online

ABC Online

Calls for parliamentary inquiry into the drop in number of Tasmanian apprenticeships
ABC Online
Those experiences have Tasmania's Opposition calling for an inquiry into the downturn in the number of people taking on apprenticeships in Tasmania. According to the National Centre for Vocational Education Research, Tasmania had 7575 people in ...


Full-time jobs on the way back up but state's unemployment rate steady at 6 per cent - The Mercury

The Mercury

Full-time jobs on the way back up but state's unemployment rate steady at 6 per cent
The Mercury
FULL-time jobs increased in Tasmania in March, reversing a trend that began in June 2017, the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics figures show. The state's unemployment rate was stable at 6 per cent with the number of people in full time jobs ...

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Young and keen to work? Launceston wants you to help drive the economy - ABC Local

ABC Local

Young and keen to work? Launceston wants you to help drive the economy
ABC Local
Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO Michael Bailey remembers when the north was Tasmania's economic powerhouse. "Certainly when I first moved to Launceston (in the 1980s) it was a city known for its manufacture, known as being the commercial ...


5 amazing jobs available right now in Australia - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

5 amazing jobs available right now in Australia
Business Insider Australia
Green light on. Elecnor Australia in conjunction with Green Light Contractors designed and constructed one of Australia's largest solar farms at Moree in NSW and another large-scale farm in Queensland. They are seeking a quality assurance manager to ...

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