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Tasmanian full-time jobs growing again, ABS finds - The Advocate
Tasmanian full-time jobs growing again, ABS finds  The Advocate

LIFE SIGNS: Tasmanian wages are showing some signs of life and full-time jobs have started to increase. Picture: Simon Sturzaker. Tasmania is back into ...


Tasmania tourism boss Luke Martin laments lack of Aussie accents amid jobs boom - The Mercury
Tasmania tourism boss Luke Martin laments lack of Aussie accents amid jobs boom  The Mercury

JOBS in Tasmanias tourism sector may be booming but it appears fly-in labour is being used at some locations as employers struggle to find enough local ...


Saul Eslake on why Tasmania's strong economy is shedding jobs - The Advocate
Saul Eslake on why Tasmania's strong economy is shedding jobs  The Advocate

Ageing population and changes within industries seem to be factors in why Tasmania has lost thousands of jobs despite a relatively strong economy.


Tasmania's jobs struggles the dark side of a stronger economy - The Advocate
Tasmania's jobs struggles the dark side of a stronger economy  The Advocate

JOBS CONUNDRUM: Despite performing strongly, Tasmania's economy has spat out thousands of jobs, especially full-time jobs. A social media comment from ...


Tasmanian community prepares for the worst, hopes for the best as review of major employer looms - ABC News
Tasmanian community prepares for the worst, hopes for the best as review of major employer looms  ABC News

At a cafe in the Bell Bay industrial precinct in Tasmania's north, Chris Hogan doles out chips, coffee and an intimidating double-patty hamburger called the ...


Tasmanian Health Service UK trip fails to net nurses - The Mercury
Tasmanian Health Service UK trip fails to net nurses  The Mercury

THE health union has urged the Tasmanian Health *Service* to stop trekking overseas for talent and invest instead in Tasmanians after a 25000 trip failed to ...


'Little to celebrate': More jobs advertised, but no sign of tax refunds being spent - The Age
'Little to celebrate': More jobs advertised, but no sign of tax refunds being spent  The Age

There are signs the employment market may be responding to lower interest rates with the first lift in internet job advertisements in seven months but the ...


The industry that is defying Tasmania’s jobs gloom - The Mercury
The industry that is defying Tasmania’s jobs gloom  The Mercury

TASMANIA is seeing a growing number of domestic and international student enrolments in the IT field and more Tasmanians are working in the IT sector than ...


Tasmania up to third on economic ladder, but employment soft - The Advocate
Tasmania up to third on economic ladder, but employment soft  The Advocate

Tasmania has climbed to outright third on a ladder ranking state and territory economic performance, but the analyst identified softness in the jobs market.


Tasmanian economy going backwards with Will Hodgman - Mirage News
Tasmanian economy going backwards with Will Hodgman  Mirage News

The ANZ's Stateometer June Quarter Report has revealed that under Will Hodgman and Peter Gutwein, Tasmania's economy is growing below trend and ...


Cafe Society: Training the workforce of the future - The Mercury
Cafe Society: Training the workforce of the future  The Mercury

WHEN Jenny Dodd landed in the state to lead TasTAFE a year and a half ago, she had her work cut out for her.


Australia – Jobs increase across nation except NSW - Staffing Industry Analysts
Australia – Jobs increase across nation except NSW  Staffing Industry Analysts

Renewed demand for workers and a signal of improved Australian economic activity later this year have provided some encouraging signs at a time of a ...


Talking Point: Jobs for the boys? It’s never been truer - The Mercury
Talking Point: Jobs for the boys? It’s never been truer  The Mercury

When a member of the public complained to me that Will Hodgman and the State Government only care about jobs for the boys, I didnt think she meant it literally.


Protecting Tasmanian industry and jobs - Mirage News
Protecting Tasmanian industry and jobs  Mirage News

Guy Barnett,Minister for Primary Industries and Water The Hodgman majority Liberal Government is committed to strengthening Tasmania's biosecurity...


Circular Head has work, but many won't take it: Daryl Quilliam - The Advocate
Circular Head has work, but many won't take it: Daryl Quilliam  The Advocate

Circular Head is hiring. The problem, according to Mayor Daryl Quilliam, is that many jobseekers don't want to take the jobs on offer. Cr Quilliam said sometimes ...


COMMENT || Education, job-creation, and standing up for progress in Tasmania - The Advocate
COMMENT || Education, job-creation, and standing up for progress in Tasmania  The Advocate

New Senator Claire Chandler is looking to create more opportunity for young Tasmanians.


Talking Point: Renewables could give Tasmania the edge in luring business - The Mercury
Talking Point: Renewables could give Tasmania the edge in luring business  The Mercury

Tasmania is in pole position to lead the world in hosting a new generation of opportunities in innovation. And Tasmanians from every community will have the ...


Labor cannot be trusted on Tasmanian jobs - Mirage News
Labor cannot be trusted on Tasmanian jobs  Mirage News

Peter Gutwein,Treasurer Today, Rebecca White and Labor confirmed they do not have a single economic policy other than to talking down Tasmania's growing.


Bob Brown's opposition to wind farm on Tasmania's Robbins Island labelled 'the height of hypocrisy' - ABC News
Bob Brown's opposition to wind farm on Tasmania's Robbins Island labelled 'the height of hypocrisy'  ABC News

Former leader of the Greens, Bob Brown, has come out swinging against a new wind farm planned for Tasmania, saying it will kill endangered birds. But the ...


These Are The Aussie Jobs With The Biggest Salary Growth This Year - 10 daily
These Are The Aussie Jobs With The Biggest Salary Growth This Year  10 daily

A new employment report shows the number of job ads has dramatically dropped in recent times, while essential industries are those enjoying the greatest pay ...


Sydney-based Epuron proposes $500 million, 80-turbine wind farm for Tasmania’s Central Highlands - The Mercury
Sydney-based Epuron proposes $500 million, 80-turbine wind farm for Tasmania’s Central Highlands  The Mercury

*FRESH* details have been revealed on a wind farm proposal for Tasmanias Central Highlands.


Digital access divide grows in disadvantaged communities - ABC News
Digital access divide grows in disadvantaged communities  ABC News

The internet at Wally Douglass's house is slow, so he uses the computer at his community centre to apply for jobs. He's about to turn the *service* off altogether so ...


Tasmanian government gets $60 million surplus windfall - The Advocate
Tasmanian government gets $60 million surplus windfall  The Advocate

The state government is expected to press on with a public *service* efficiency drive despite a $60 million budget windfall. The government expects a surplus of ...


Emergency workers 'too busy' to flag traumatic events and missing out on peer support - ABC News
Emergency workers 'too busy' to flag traumatic events and missing out on peer support  ABC News

Emergency *service* workers and volunteers fear their mental health is not being adequately monitored after attending traumatic jobs, due to a lack of funding and ...


Cold, wet and very windy few days expected in Tasmania - The Mercury
Cold, wet and very windy few days expected in Tasmania  The Mercury

TASMANIA has been battered by strong winds and heavy rain overnight. Bureau of Meteorology duty forecaster Anna Forrest said there were “some quite windy ...


Find out what it takes to be an Ambulance Tasmania wilderness paramedic - The Mercury
Find out what it takes to be an Ambulance Tasmania wilderness paramedic  The Mercury

AMBULANCE Tasmania wilderness paramedics live life on the edge — but they have the training and tools to stay out of strife.


Tasmania's GM ban stands as SA move largely welcomed - Grain Central
Tasmania's GM ban stands as SA move largely welcomed  Grain Central

YESTERDAY'S announcement by the South Australian Government looks likely to spell the end to the state's moratorium on genetically modified (GM) crops, ...


Harvest Labour Services program to be rolled out in Tasmania - The Advocate
Harvest Labour Services program to be rolled out in Tasmania  The Advocate

The government-run program identifies the needs of horticulture employers and links them with job seekers.


Treechange move to NW to grow truffles | Guardian News - Nambucca Guardian News
Treechange move to NW to grow truffles | Guardian News  Nambucca Guardian News

It's been a steep learning curve for treechangers Ina Ansmann and Timothy Noonan since buying a truffiere and agritourism business at Lower Barrington.


Online job ad numbers fall for sixth month - Nine
Online job ad numbers fall for sixth month  Nine

The number of jobs advertised online dipped 0.6 per cent in June, marking a sixth consecutive month of falls recorded by the federal government's Internet ...


Skilled vacancies add to jobs gloom - MacroBusiness
Skilled vacancies add to jobs gloom  MacroBusiness

... ⦁ In trend terms, the IVI decreased by 6.7% over the year to June 2019. ⦁ Job advertisements fell in six of the eight occupational groups, with the strongest ...


Creative Paper Tasmania’s Darren Simpson keeps Burnie tradition alive - The Weekly Times
Creative Paper Tasmania’s Darren Simpson keeps Burnie tradition alive  The Weekly Times

FOR 75 years the northwest Tasmanian town of Burnie was synonymous with paper.


Tasmanian Government to table legislation for tough new bullying penalties - The Advocate
Tasmanian Government to table legislation for tough new bullying penalties  The Advocate

Legislation to introduce tough new penalties for serious bullying will be debated in Parliament this week.


Young people struggling to find work as Hobart revealed as worst capital city for youth unemployment - ABC News
Young people struggling to find work as Hobart revealed as worst capital city for youth unemployment  ABC News

Merri Sims has been looking for a job since July. She's finished year 12 and completed vocational courses, but says it's hard to find a job without experience.


Tasmanian jobs up, but numbers not rosy for women, full-timers - The Advocate
Tasmanian jobs up, but numbers not rosy for women, full-timers  The Advocate

Tasmania's tentative return to jobs growth continued in May, but weakness in female and full-time employment persisted. The state gained 200 jobs for the ...


Tasmanian Liberal MP Gavin Pearce vows to fight for veterans - The Mercury
Tasmanian Liberal MP Gavin Pearce vows to fight for veterans  The Mercury

TASMANIAN MP Gavin Pearce has vowed to fight for veterans during his time in politics.


Full-time Tasmanian jobs plunge, Labor calls emergency - The Advocate
Full-time Tasmanian jobs plunge, Labor calls emergency  The Advocate

Tasmanian full-time jobs continued to vanish in June, with modest overall growth only due to part-time work. In trend terms, the Australian Bureau of Statistics ...


Union anticipates 50 job losses in Tasmania under Telstra restructure - Tasmania Examiner
Union anticipates 50 job losses in Tasmania under Telstra restructure  Tasmania Examiner

It is anticipated there will be 50 job losses in Tasmania as the company embarks on a major business restructure.


Tasmanian whisky to be showcased in Kyoto - Invest in Australia
Tasmanian whisky to be showcased in Kyoto  Invest in Australia

Tasmanian whisky producers will be promoted on the world stage at the prestigious Whisky and Craft Beer Showcase, to be held in Kyoto, on Sunday 25 August ...


Young people on Tasmania's east coast raise lack of employment as key issue as federal election looms - ABC News
Young people on Tasmania's east coast raise lack of employment as key issue as federal election looms  ABC News

In St Helens, a tourist hotspot on Tasmania's east coast, locals say job opportunities for young people are limited, and they're losing out to bigger cities.


Julie is applying for jobs almost every day, but this former Olympian and CEO is still unemployed - ABC News
Julie is applying for jobs almost every day, but this former Olympian and CEO is still unemployed  ABC News

In the past 18 months Julie Kent has applied for jobs almost daily, but despite strong economic times the odds are against her and she's now alone.


Health jobs 'impossible to fill' as hospitals deal with higher demand, union claims - ABC News
Health jobs 'impossible to fill' as hospitals deal with higher demand, union claims  ABC News

As Tasmania deals with increasing demands on the health system, unions say it is impossible to get positions filled — but the Government denies there is a ...


Hobart's population is booming, is Launceston being left behind? - ABC News
Hobart's population is booming, is Launceston being left behind?  ABC News

Young health professional Manning Mitchell is the type of resident Launceston is desperate to attract, and he loves the perks of life in a regional town. But while ...


'Unladylike' behaviour in Tas parliament - The Young Witness
'Unladylike' behaviour in Tas parliament  The Young Witness

Tasmania's Speaker concedes admonishing a member of parliament for "unladylike" behaviour was probably not a politically correct thing to do. Liberal Sue ...


'Training hub centres a dead end if jobs don't exist' - ABC News
'Training hub centres a dead end if jobs don't exist'  ABC News

Young Australians are twice as likely to be unemployed, and they're battling the trends of casualisation and the loss of manufacturing jobs. It's hardest in ...


Labor pledges funding for renewable jobs, support for Tasmania Battery of the Nation - RenewEconomy
Labor pledges funding for renewable jobs, support for Tasmania Battery of the Nation  RenewEconomy

Federal Labor has pledged to drive the creation of up to 70,000 renewable energy jobs by 2030 with the rollout of a $75 million Renewables Training Package, ...


Tasmanian meatworks and abattoir jobs on the wane as livestock sails to Victoria for slaughter - ABC News
Tasmanian meatworks and abattoir jobs on the wane as livestock sails to Victoria for slaughter  ABC News

Tasmania's farmers say economic activity, including jobs, had been lost to the mainland as the number of abattoirs on the island consolidates.


Labor and Liberal candidates promise action on Tasmanian job losses - The Advocate
Labor and Liberal candidates promise action on Tasmanian job losses  The Advocate

JOBS FOCUS: Braddon Liberals candidate Gavin Pearce, seen here with Prime Minister Scott Morrison (left) and Senator Richard Colbeck, says unemployment ...


Tasmania's nursing shortage not helped by extended wait times for national registration - ABC News
Tasmania's nursing shortage not helped by extended wait times for national registration  ABC News

Hobart-registered nursing graduate Tracy Barton is due to start her dream job in one week's time — a graduate position with Tasmania's Health *Service*.


Curious Hobart: How do wages compare between Tasmania and the mainland? - ABC News
Curious Hobart: How do wages compare between Tasmania and the mainland?  ABC News

Tourism is booming in Tasmania, and with tree changes all the rage, it's no surprise visitors to Australia's island state are pondering a move to the Apple Isle.


Australia's regional migration program failing both migrants and communities, expert says - ABC News
Australia's regional migration program failing both migrants and communities, expert says  ABC News

Apple Wang has an accounting degree from an Australian university, but in Hobart, the only job she could get was driving for Uber. Experts say it's cases like this ...


SA jobless rate soars to nation's highest - Nambucca Guardian News
SA jobless rate soars to nation's highest  Nambucca Guardian News

South Australia's unemployment rate has soared to become the nation's highest at 6.9 per cent, new data shows. The seasonally-adjusted figure rose 0.9 per ...


Tasmania's hospitality and retail jobs most vulnerable to automation - ABC Local
Tasmania's hospitality and retail jobs most vulnerable to automation  ABC Local

Jobs in hospitality and retail are among the occupations in Tasmania most vulnerable to automation, according to a new report into the future of jobs in regional ...


TEMCO jobs at Bell Bay under threat as South32 announce review into future operations - The Advocate
TEMCO jobs at Bell Bay under threat as South32 announce review into future operations  The Advocate

More than 300 jobs could be lost in the state's North, with a review underway into future operations of the Tasmanian Electro Metallurgical Company.


Tasmanian renewable energy jobs surge, with plenty more to come - The Advocate
Tasmanian renewable energy jobs surge, with plenty more to come  The Advocate

Tasmanian renewable energy jobs have surged by 10.6 per cent in a year, with wind energy jobs more than doubling. The growth came before several of the big ...


Tasmanian wind farm plans are not all hot air, but how will they work? - ABC News
Tasmanian wind farm plans are not all hot air, but how will they work?  ABC News

Multi-million dollar wind farms are springing to life in Tasmania, and there are billions of dollars more in the pipeline. How will that affect the power security of the ...


Temco smelter in Tasmania under a cloud, putting 300 jobs at risk - The Australian
Temco smelter in Tasmania under a cloud, putting 300 jobs at risk  The Australian

There are concerns for 300 jobs and the broader economy of northern Tasmania, with news a manganese alloy smelter, in the marginal seat of Bass, will be sold ...


Nine University of Tasmania cleaners lose jobs after contract change - Tasmania Examiner
Nine University of Tasmania cleaners lose jobs after contract change  Tasmania Examiner

An online petition has been launched calling for nine cleaners to have their jobs reinstated, following a contract change at the University of Tasmania.


Unemployment holds at 5.2pc despite just 500 jobs being created in June - ABC News
Unemployment holds at 5.2pc despite just 500 jobs being created in June  ABC News

The unemployment rate remains stuck at 5.2 per cent, despite a marginal increase of 500 jobs in June. Key points: In seasonally adjusted terms, the ...


Online job ads fall by most in six years; less-educated bear the brunt of downturn - ABC News
Online job ads fall by most in six years; less-educated bear the brunt of downturn  ABC News

Online job ads are in a steep decline, with construction-related sectors posting the biggest fall in vacancies, and when job ads decrease unemployment usually ...


Tasmanian Cabinet reshuffle sees Michael Ferguson dumped as health minister - ABC News
Tasmanian Cabinet reshuffle sees Michael Ferguson dumped as health minister  ABC News

A major cabinet reshuffle sees Michael Ferguson dumped from Tasmania's embattled health portfolio and Speaker Sue Hickey considering her future after being ...


Tasmania's Avebury mine to stay closed amid claims it owes $1 million in rates - ABC News
Tasmania's Avebury mine to stay closed amid claims it owes $1 million in rates  ABC News

A nickel mining project in Tasmania's west that promised to breathe new life into the Zeehan area and create hundreds of new jobs stalls, with the owners ...


Jobs go as Hobart hotel sold off to house university students - ABC News
Jobs go as Hobart hotel sold off to house university students  ABC News

Nearly 30 staff at Hobart hotel which has been sold off for university accommodation will lose their jobs, but the operator says the company held off telling ...


Devonport abattoir closure puts more than 100 Tasmanian jobs at risk - ABC News
Devonport abattoir closure puts more than 100 Tasmanian jobs at risk  ABC News

Devonport abattoir workers say they are devastated by news that more than 100 jobs could be lost after the abattoir announced plans to close by mid-November.


Tasmanian Quality Meats abattoir expansion to bring 100 new jobs to Cressy - Tasmania Examiner
Tasmanian Quality Meats abattoir expansion to bring 100 new jobs to Cressy  Tasmania Examiner

Tasmanian Quality Meats wants to double its capacity.


Hobart news: Trio plead not guilty to alleged church assault, Glenorchy RSL closes doors - ABC News
Hobart news: Trio plead not guilty to alleged church assault, Glenorchy RSL closes doors  ABC News

DAILY BRIEFING: Glenorchy RSL staff say they had no idea they lost their jobs, three people allegedly involved in an assault at a church plead not guilty.


North-West job gains, Launceston dropping back, Hobart slowing - The Advocate
North-West job gains, Launceston dropping back, Hobart slowing  The Advocate

The North-West appears to be getting marginal jobs gains, but Launceston and the North-East have fallen back into jobs decline. The South is still getting solid ...


Prime Minister Scott Morison has announced an Energising Tasmania initiative - The Advocate
Prime Minister Scott Morison has announced an Energising Tasmania initiative  The Advocate

The funding would cover the existing gap in training costs.


Up to 100 Hobart jobs under threat in Federal Government visa privatisation plan: Labor - The Mercury
Up to 100 Hobart jobs under threat in Federal Government visa privatisation plan: Labor  The Mercury

FEDERAL Government plans to privatise visa processing would put 100 public sector jobs in Hobart at risk, Labor says. The Home Affairs Department is seeking ...


How Tasmania is transforming into a renewable energy powerhouse - create digital
How Tasmania is transforming into a renewable energy powerhouse  create digital

Two ambitious projects are helping Tasmania make moves to become the 'battery of the nation'. With a location south of the 40th latitude line, Tasmania sits ...


Police union says Michael Ferguson not briefed over extent of Ambulance Tasmania job dispatch - Tasmania Examiner
Police union says Michael Ferguson not briefed over extent of Ambulance Tasmania job dispatch  Tasmania Examiner

Police union says computer system records number of ambulance jobs police sent to.


Fears for Victorian hiker missing in Tasmanian wilderness - The Guardian
Fears for Victorian hiker missing in Tasmanian wilderness  The Guardian

The search for a Victorian hiker who has spent his fourth night lost in the Tasmanian wilderness resumed on Tuesday morning, as the weather bureau warned ...


Tasmania’s unemployment rate is the highest in the country and its participation rate has fallen - The Mercury
Tasmania’s unemployment rate is the highest in the country and its participation rate has fallen  The Mercury

FEWER Tasmanians are participating in the workforce and the state has the highest unemployment rate in the nation at 6.8 per cent, according to the latest data ...


Bell Bay 'angst' over potential TEMCO job losses - Tasmania Examiner
Bell Bay 'angst' over potential TEMCO job losses  Tasmania Examiner

George Town deputy mayor Tim Harris said there was a lot of angst in the community in light of more than 300 potential job losses.


Jobactive failing the unemployed; Tasmanian job consultant pushes move back to government-owned model - Tasmania Examiner
Jobactive failing the unemployed; Tasmanian job consultant pushes move back to government-owned model  Tasmania Examiner

A St Helens job recruitment consultant says employment services need to be run by the government rather than for profit after a Senate Inquiry found Jobactive ...


Jobs boom in CBDs leaves a long commute for exploding outer-suburban population - ABC News
Jobs boom in CBDs leaves a long commute for exploding outer-suburban population  ABC News

Australia's sprawling outer suburbs have rapidly growing populations, but most of the new residents have a very long commute to get to jobs that are mainly ...


The environment vs jobs? We have been in this fight before - The Guardian
The environment vs jobs? We have been in this fight before  The Guardian

There's nothing new in conservationists needing to win over working people. The Adani campaign can learn from the proposed Franklin Dam.


Pharmacists seek urgent injection of qualified staff in country areas - ABC News
Pharmacists seek urgent injection of qualified staff in country areas  ABC News

Pharmacists, like doctors, are finding it hard to attract qualified staff — just ask Terry Travers, who forked out thousands of dollars for a locum when he fell ill.


Planner calls for public service jobs to be moved out of the city - The Mercury
Planner calls for public service jobs to be moved out of the city  The Mercury

PUBLIC *service* jobs would be moved to outer suburban growth areas under a plan by an urban developer to reduce congestion on Hobarts roads.


Devonport abattoir takeover deal announced, but dozens of jobs still lost - ABC News
Devonport abattoir takeover deal announced, but dozens of jobs still lost  ABC News

A deal is struck for Tasmanian Quality Meats to take over pork processing at the Devonport abattoir in the state's north-west, but just 18 people out of the facility's ...


Budget 2019: Roads and jobs to woo state’s voters but no timeline on when cash will be delivered - The Mercury
Budget 2019: Roads and jobs to woo state’s voters but no timeline on when cash will be delivered  The Mercury

THE Coalition has tried to woo Tasmanian voters with promises of jobs and roads — but there was little clarity on when infrastructure funding would flow and no ...


Burnie Port idea could create 3000 jobs, Paul Lennon says - The Advocate
Burnie Port idea could create 3000 jobs, Paul Lennon says  The Advocate

Tasmania could gain about 3000 jobs and new mines if federal politicians backed a proposed project at the Burnie Port, former premier Paul Lennon says.


Tasmanian Treasurer Peter Gutwein defends record on economy - The Mercury
Tasmanian Treasurer Peter Gutwein defends record on economy  The Mercury

THE Tasmanian Treasurer has defended his record on the economy under attack in Question Time as he prepares to deliver the State Budget in parliament ...


Choosing a career? These jobs won't go out of style - The Conversation AU
Choosing a career? These jobs won't go out of style  The Conversation AU

Sensationalist claims that 40% of jobs in Australia won't exist in the future are unhelpful for young Australians thinking about entering the workforce. The reality is ...


Tasmanian paramedics struggling to cope with demand in system 'ready to snap' - ABC News
Tasmanian paramedics struggling to cope with demand in system 'ready to snap'  ABC News

This month one group of paramedics spent 10 hours of their shift waiting with patients at the Royal Hobart Hospital. They say it's symptomatic of a system ready ...


Pentarch CEO Paul Heubner confirms jobs may go in the North-West after company loses contract with Forico - The Advocate
Pentarch CEO Paul Heubner confirms jobs may go in the North-West after company loses contract with Forico  The Advocate

TIMBER: The Pentarch CEO said they may offer voluntary redundancies following a staff meeting about the company's future. Picture: Simon Sturzaker. A major ...


Number of vacant paramedic jobs in Tasmania unknown - The Advocate
Number of vacant paramedic jobs in Tasmania unknown  The Advocate

The number of jobs vacant at Ambulance Tasmania was not readily available.


Job fears as Tasmanian smelter in limbo - The Australian
Job fears as Tasmanian smelter in limbo  The Australian

There are concerns for 300 jobs and the broader economy of northern Tasmania, with news a manganese alloy smelter in the marginal seat of Bass will be sold, ...


Tasmanian public sector job cuts loom, analysis by main public sector union shows - The Mercury
Tasmanian public sector job cuts loom, analysis by main public sector union shows  The Mercury

THE State Governments budget cuts could strip more than 2200 jobs from the public sector over the next three years, an analysis by the main public sector union ...


Mixed bag of goods for Shorten in Tasmania - 9news.com.au
Mixed bag of goods for Shorten in Tasmania  9news.com.au

Labor leader Bill Shorten is continuing to focus his campaign on renewable energy, with a promise to put $7...


Blow to Cadbury workforce as humans lose out to robots in pursuit of 'significant efficiencies' - ABC Local
Blow to Cadbury workforce as humans lose out to robots in pursuit of 'significant efficiencies'  ABC Local

Chocolate-maker Cadbury's decision to shed 40 jobs from its Tasmanian factory, replacing workers with machines, is met with anger, disappointment and ...


Newest Tasmanian parliamentarian John Tucker talks agricultural development and jobs - Tasmania Examiner
Newest Tasmanian parliamentarian John Tucker talks agricultural development and jobs  Tasmania Examiner

Tasmanian Parliament's newest member John Tucker says he aims to be a tireless voice for rural and regional areas of the state, given his long understanding ...


Around 60 jobs to go as Qantas shrinks Hobart call centre - The Mercury
Around 60 jobs to go as Qantas shrinks Hobart call centre  The Mercury

QANTAS will shrink its Hobart call centre by about one-third as customers shift to online forms of contact. Around 60 jobs will go from the 200-seat call centre at ...


Mining drives consistent job growth through 2019 - Australian Mining
Mining drives consistent job growth through 2019  Australian Mining

Employment company SEEK has revealed that the mining, resources and energy sector was the third-strongest contributor to the Australian employment market ...


Tasmania's population growth is out of control with no one at the wheel, says planning expert - ABC News
Tasmania's population growth is out of control with no one at the wheel, says planning expert  ABC News

Tasmania's population growth is a "runaway train", with health services and roads struggling to cope with increasing demand, planning expert Irene Duckett says ...


Tasmanian building jobs to be passed on as Launceston surveyor exits industry amid construction industry insurance crisis - The Mercury
Tasmanian building jobs to be passed on as Launceston surveyor exits industry amid construction industry insurance crisis  The Mercury

BUILDING jobs under the supervision of a collapsed surveying firm will be outsourced, as the State Government scrambles to cope with an insurance crisis ...


Tasmanian Irrigation Scheme's Tranche 3 guaranteed federal funding - The Advocate
Tasmanian Irrigation Scheme's Tranche 3 guaranteed federal funding  The Advocate

The long-awaited third stage of the Tasmanian Irrigation Scheme is set to be rolled out under a joint funding arrangement between the federal Coalition and the ...


Underemployment a struggle for Tasmanian workers with jobs but not enough hours, union survey finds - ABC Local
Underemployment a struggle for Tasmanian workers with jobs but not enough hours, union survey finds  ABC Local

Hospitality worker Kim Parker is just one of the Tasmanians who has a job but not enough hours to make ends meet.


Tasmanian public sector wages row could be fixed. Here's how - The Advocate
Tasmanian public sector wages row could be fixed. Here's how  The Advocate

There's a clear answer on how Tasmania's long-running public sector wages row can be resolved to the benefit of workers, the state government and the public.


Disability employers in plea for Tasmanian Government job contracts - ABC News
Disability employers in plea for Tasmanian Government job contracts  ABC News

Anita Donald has a job working for a disability enterprise but there are warnings jobs like hers may be at risk unless the Tasmanian Government does more to ...