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Talking Point: Open floodgates to jobs boom - The Mercury

The Mercury

Talking Point: Open floodgates to jobs boom
The Mercury
In Tasmania, we only have a couple of danger signs at the top of that cliff despite a capable workforce of fence builders busting to come and get the job done. I'd argue that the correct investment in preventative health would bring about an economic ...

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$56 million fish food factory to provide jobs boost for North-West - The Mercury

The Mercury

$56 million fish food factory to provide jobs boost for North-West
The Mercury
A NEW fish food factory in Tasmania's North-West to feed the state's hungry salmon industry is predicted to provide more than 50 jobs. BioMar Australia has released its plans to develop a $56 million aqua feed production. facility at the site of the ...
Fish feed factory flagged by BioMar Australia for former Wesley Vale ...ABC Online

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The 20 hardest to fill jobs in Australia - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

The 20 hardest to fill jobs in Australia
The Sydney Morning Herald
As a result, 26.5 per cent of these roles remain unfilled after 60 days." South Australia and ACT topped the list with 73 per cent of roles being filled within 30 days, closely followed by Queensland at 72 per cent, and WA, Victoria and Tasmania at 71 ...

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World can't get enough of Tassie - The Mercury

The Mercury

World can't get enough of Tassie
The Mercury
“These figures translate to growth in our economy and more jobs for Tasmanians in our booming visitor economy, which is why my Government backs tourism to the hilt,” Mr Hodgman said. Federal Tourism Minister Steve Ciobo said Chinese were travelling ...

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Jobs boost from transformation of old mill site - The Advocate

The Advocate

Jobs boost from transformation of old mill site
The Advocate
Primary industries minister Jeremy Rockliff said more than 55 jobs were expected to be created by the $56 million project. “The Hodgman Liberal Government is committed to creating jobs in regional areas, and that's why we're backing global manufacturer ...


UTAS governance expert urges cull of public service 'jobs-for-mates' culture - ABC Online

ABC Online

UTAS governance expert urges cull of public service 'jobs-for-mates' culture
ABC Online
Associate Professor of Public and Environmental Policy at the University of Tasmania, Kate Crowley, said the Government must take steps to clean up the public service. "The problem is, it seems there is a culture of jobs for mates, because we can't ...

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Our shifting workforce sparks fear of a crisis as census data reveals surge in part-time jobs - The Mercury

The Mercury

Our shifting workforce sparks fear of a crisis as census data reveals surge in part-time jobs
The Mercury
Part-time employment increased 12 per cent to a fifth of the workforce, or 14,221 more Tasmanians. The move away from traditional sectors like manufacturing to knowledge and service-based and hospitality industries was a major reason for the change ...

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Call for Tasmanian Government to buy Edith Creek dairy processor, save jobs - ABC Local

ABC Local

Call for Tasmanian Government to buy Edith Creek dairy processor, save jobs
ABC Local
The union representing workers at Murray Goulburn's milk processing plant at Edith Creek in Tasmania's north-west wants the State Government to consider compulsory acquisition of the operation. About 120 people at the Edith Creek site will be out of ...

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Resources Minister Guy Barnett claims forestry employment boom - The Mercury

The Mercury

Resources Minister Guy Barnett claims forestry employment boom
The Mercury
Greens leader Cassy O'Connor said wood product manufacturers had been hardest hit, with a decline from 2200 jobs to 1001. “Guy Barnett seems to live in a parallel universe,” Ms O'Connor said. “The numbers he's put out there about jobs in the wood ...

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Jobs down, women thrive - The Advocate

The Advocate

Jobs down, women thrive
The Advocate
Tasmania lost 800 full-time jobs in October as women moved closer to outnumbering men in the workforce. The state lost a net 200 jobs, with growth in part-time employment masking most of the full-time losses, Australian Bureau of Statistics trend terms ...

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