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Online job ad numbers fall again in May - Nine
Online job ad numbers fall again in May  Nine

The number of jobs advertised online dipped 0.7 per cent in May, marking a fifth consecutive month of falls recorded by the federal government's Internet ...


Secret police files: Officers at WA Police felt nepotism at play for top jobs - The West Australian
Secret police files: Officers at WA Police felt nepotism at play for top jobs  The West Australian

WA police officers had “little faith” the right people were being promoted across the agency and believed “captain's picks” and “mates” were being favoured for ...


State budgets reveal much bleaker outlook for economies than Canberra predicts - Sydney Morning Herald
State budgets reveal much bleaker outlook for economies than Canberra predicts  Sydney Morning Herald

Forecasts made by state and territory treasuries reveal none are as optimistic about wages, inflation or jobs growth as the federal government.


Job cuts at Griffin Coal - www.miningmonthly.com
Job cuts at Griffin Coal  www.miningmonthly.com

One of four digging units is out of *service*, directly leading to the loss of the 20 jobs.


Open up and free the shops or miss opportunities for Perth to grow - Sydney Morning Herald
Open up and free the shops or miss opportunities for Perth to grow  Sydney Morning Herald

I find it really frustrating that we are forced to wait 11am on a Sunday for our shopping centres and major department stores to be able to open their doors.


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 ...


WA Premier Mark McGowan in LNG pitch for more jobs and investment - The West Australian
WA Premier Mark McGowan in LNG pitch for more jobs and investment  The West Australian

Mark McGowan is to intensify WA's case for a bigger share of gas jobs and investment billions with a direct pitch to industry leaders at a major petroleum ...


'Toxic' claims trash WA top cop's legacy - Community Newspaper Group
'Toxic' claims trash WA top cop's legacy  Community Newspaper Group

FORMER WA police commissioner Karl O'Callaghan says a "quick and dirty" report aims to trash his legacy.


Carbon ‘job-killer policy’ still a threat, says Matt Canavan - The West Australian
Carbon ‘job-killer policy’ still a threat, says Matt Canavan  The West Australian

Resources Minister Matt Canavan has warned thousands of West Australian jobs could be lost if new rules for carbon emissions drafted by the State's ...


Langer backs new performance chiefs - Nine Wide World of Sports - Wide World of Sports
Langer backs new performance chiefs - Nine Wide World of Sports  Wide World of Sports

Australia coach Justin Langer says Pat Howard's replacements will have the thick skins needed for one of th...


Federal election 2019: WA jobs the winner, says mining sector - The West Australian
Federal election 2019: WA jobs the winner, says mining sector  The West Australian

West Australians will reap the benefits of more jobs as a result of a continuing Coalition Government, the mining sector says.


Anne Aly baulks at tax cuts citing fears the economy is in recession - Sydney Morning Herald
Anne Aly baulks at tax cuts citing fears the economy is in recession  Sydney Morning Herald

High profile WA Labor MP Anne Aly has said she won't be backing all of the Coalition's tax cuts because of fears the economy is sliding into recession.


Carbon emissions soar, place the West as 'ground zero' in climate war - The Age
Carbon emissions soar, place the West as 'ground zero' in climate war  The Age

For Australia to meet its Paris climate agreement target, we have to reduce carbon emissions up to 28 per cent on 2005 levels by 2030; but in Western Australia ...


2019 Premier's Science Awards finalists announced - Mirage News
2019 Premier's Science Awards finalists announced  Mirage News

21 inspiring Western Australian scientists announced as finalists in Premier's Science Awards Four finalists in new Aboriginal STEM Student of the Year...


How big data is helping Perth residents find homes, transport and jobs that best suit them - SmartCompany.com.au
How big data is helping Perth residents find homes, transport and jobs that best suit them  SmartCompany.com.au

The RailSmart Platform integrates numerous sets of data to work out how the city of Perth functions and how people move around.


Cutting-edge FarmSmarts showcased at Muresk Institute - Mirage News
Cutting-edge FarmSmarts showcased at Muresk Institute  Mirage News

The latest SMART Farm technology has once again been highlighted at this year's FarmSmart showcase at Muresk Institute in Northam. More than 350 farmers, ...


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 ...


Machine learning: Australia's first automation course launched at WA TAFE - Sydney Morning Herald
Machine learning: Australia's first automation course launched at WA TAFE  Sydney Morning Herald

Australia's first nationally recognised course in automation was launched in Perth on Wednesday morning. The qualifications have been more than a year in the ...


Treasurer Josh Frydenberg vows not to forget WA - The West Australian
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg vows not to forget WA  The West Australian

Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has declared WA will not be forgotten as he vowed to boost jobs and the local economy in the next three years of ...


NSW Budget 2019: Winners and losers in multi-billion dollar cash splash - NEWS.com.au
NSW Budget 2019: Winners and losers in multi-billion dollar cash splash  NEWS.com.au

The NSW Treasurer has taken a swipe at South Australia saying “no one who comes to Australia comes to Adelaide”. Delivering the state's 2019 Budget today, ...


Midwifery in crisis across Kimberley - The West Australian
Midwifery in crisis across Kimberley  The West Australian

Pregnant women and newborn babies in the Kimberley are facing critical *service* shortages after six midwife jobs were left vacant across the region over the last ...


Collaboration to support WA shipbuilding job surge - Defence Connect
Collaboration to support WA shipbuilding job surge  Defence Connect

Edith Cowan University and South Metropolitan TAFE have partnered with the Naval Shipbuilding College to ensure Western Australian graduates are ready to ...


Centre Alliance Senator Rex Patrick says 700 SA shipbuilding jobs could head west under new regime - The Advertiser
Centre Alliance Senator Rex Patrick says 700 SA shipbuilding jobs could head west under new regime  The Advertiser

Incoming Defence Minister Linda Reynolds is under pressure to guarantee the future of hundreds of South Australian submarine and ship-building jobs in her ...


'Mushy-headed vegans': WA may introduce restraining orders to curb animal activism - The Guardian
'Mushy-headed vegans': WA may introduce restraining orders to curb animal activism  The Guardian

John Quigley says laws include 'ongoing orders' for activists who have been charged with trespassing.


Rio Tinto co-builds 'Silicon Valley of mining' in WA - SafeToWork
Rio Tinto co-builds 'Silicon Valley of mining' in WA  SafeToWork

Rio Tinto has backed the Western Australian Government's election commitment and first-ever strategy for enhancing the state's science, technology, ...


Clive Palmer takes aim at WA premier after court rules mine owes him millions - The Guardian
Clive Palmer takes aim at WA premier after court rules mine owes him millions  The Guardian

A stalemate over iron ore waste has the mining magnate and Mark McGowan at loggerheads and 3000 jobs on the line.


Australia among countries in 'crisis of solidarity', as refugee numbers pass 70 million: UN - The Age
Australia among countries in 'crisis of solidarity', as refugee numbers pass 70 million: UN  The Age

Geneva: Developing countries, not rich Western nations, are bearing the brunt of the world's refugee crisis and are hosting most of the record 70.8 million ...


How big data can help residents find transport, jobs and homes that work for them - The Conversation AU
How big data can help residents find transport, jobs and homes that work for them  The Conversation AU

We have learnt to be wary of big data, but it can also be your friend: one platform combines and analyses data about housing, jobs and transport to reveal very ...


Australia's unemployment rate is around 5% but that's not reflective of job market conditions across the country - here's proof - Business Insider Australia
Australia's unemployment rate is around 5% but that's not reflective of job market conditions across the country - here's proof  Business Insider Australia

Australia's unemployment rate, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), currently sits at 5.2%. It was also as low as 4.9% in February, at the time ...


'Soapland' trade commissioner Craig Peacock accused of Japan travel rorts agrees to repay debt - ABC News
'Soapland' trade commissioner Craig Peacock accused of Japan travel rorts agrees to repay debt  ABC News

The former senior West Australian public servant at the centre of an alleged rorting scandal in Tokyo has agreed to pay the state back $540,000, Premier Mark ...


Tourism boost for land custodians - The West Australian
Tourism boost for land custodians  The West Australian

A West Australian premier tourism venture is set to make its mark on the East Kimberley in July, bringing an economic boost to a remote community.


Rock lobster industry rejects new WA deal that would increase supply for local consumers - ABC News
Rock lobster industry rejects new WA deal that would increase supply for local consumers  ABC News

The state's rock lobster industry turns down a deal it earlier struck with the Government to make more lobsters available at lower prices to West Australian ...


Regional Australia Institute to host Perth event this month - Mandurah Mail
Regional Australia Institute to host Perth event this month  Mandurah Mail

Now that the federal election is over, the role regional Australia played in the result is now being analysed with great interest.


Business Analyst (Business Intelligence) - The Conversation AU
Business Analyst (Business Intelligence)  The Conversation AU

Business Intelligence and Analytics (University IT). Greenfields project using world-class technologies; Level 8-9, full-time appointment on a 12 month fixed term ...


'How's the rape and pillage going?' WA public servant in CCC probe - Sydney Morning Herald
'How's the rape and pillage going?' WA public servant in CCC probe  Sydney Morning Herald

A public servant in charge of managing the rehabilitation of WA's abandoned mines has been accused of serious misconduct by the Corruption and Crime ...


WA studies hydrogen potential for mining - Creamer Media's Mining Weekly
WA studies hydrogen potential for mining  Creamer Media's Mining Weekly

Minister assisting the Minister for State Development, Jobs and Trade, Alannah MacTiernan, said this week that hydrogen had massive applications in the ...


Relax, robots won’t be taking your job - The Age
Relax, robots won’t be taking your job  The Age

If we are on the verge of a workless future, then why are there more jobs now than ever?


Climate action and jobs are not incompatible, Mr Morrison - Sydney Morning Herald
Climate action and jobs are not incompatible, Mr Morrison  Sydney Morning Herald

There is a way to reconcile action on climate change with regional jobs and unite Australians behind a shared vision of sustainable prosperity.


Western Australia currently top spot for green jobs - The Fifth Estate
Western Australia currently top spot for green jobs  The Fifth Estate

Data from a global jobs listing site shows that Western Australia's green job sector is currently outperforming every other state. The jobs listing data from search ...


As WA jobless rate hits historic high, peak business group warns worse is to come - ABC News
As WA jobless rate hits historic high, peak business group warns worse is to come  ABC News

The unemployment rate in Western Australia has reached its highest since 2002 and, despite a new promise of 150000 more jobs, the Chamber of Commerce ...


Barnaby Joyce drought: Nationals MP finds out he’s lost drought job - NEWS.com.au
Barnaby Joyce drought: Nationals MP finds out he’s lost drought job  NEWS.com.au

Barnaby Joyce didn't know he had lost his job as drought special envoy until journalists told him. “Just found out from you guys then,” he tweeted to Sky News ...


Regional people want less blanket policy, more strategic support - West Coast Sentinel
Regional people want less blanket policy, more strategic support  West Coast Sentinel

Put simply, governments need to invest in people and the places that they live.


More jobs growth in Western Australia - Australian Mining
More jobs growth in Western Australia  Australian Mining

Western Australia ushers in the new year with a 2.7 per cent increase in job vacancies last month, crowning it as the dominant state in the mining sector.


Scott Morrison names new team in cabinet reshuffle - Sydney Morning Herald
Scott Morrison names new team in cabinet reshuffle  Sydney Morning Herald

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is vowing to improve the way Australians interact with the government on everything from tax to social services in a cabinet ...


Queensland takes Western Australia's top spot for jobs growth - Australian Mining
Queensland takes Western Australia's top spot for jobs growth  Australian Mining

Job seekers in Queensland can be confident as vacancies are at their highest since January 2014, with a 5.3 per cent rise in March 2019. This contributes to a ...


WA unemployment rate highest since 2002 as record numbers seek work - ABC News
WA unemployment rate highest since 2002 as record numbers seek work  ABC News

Western Australia's unemployment rate climbs to its highest level in nearly two decades as a record number of people seek work, with the Opposition labelling ...


A Golden Age - The West Australian
A Golden Age  The West Australian

As a result of advances in medicine, lifestyle change and the eradication of many fatal diseases, East Metro Health *Service's* Leon Flicker says life expectancy ...


BHP set to axe Perth office jobs - The West Australian
BHP set to axe Perth office jobs  The West Australian

As many as 200 jobs are expected to be lost from BHP's Perth office as part of a round of more than 700 redundancies across the mining giant's operations ...


WA Budget: State’s fortunes turning around, thousands of extra jobs on the horizon - The West Australian
WA Budget: State’s fortunes turning around, thousands of extra jobs on the horizon  The West Australian

The local economy is sharply heading upwards, with billions of dollars of business investment gathering pace on a new wave of resource projects.


Jobs set to go as Optus reveals WA stores shake-up - The West Australian
Jobs set to go as Optus reveals WA stores shake-up  The West Australian

A shake-up of Optus' WA retail operations is believed to have cost staff at six Perth stores their jobs. The telco confirmed ownership of most of its ...


Australia’s highest paying jobs — what you could earn with a career change - PerthNow
Australia’s highest paying jobs — what you could earn with a career change  PerthNow

We may be deep into January but if you're clinging to that dream of a career move in 2019, this could help you decide the direction you take.


WA loses economic wooden spoon, still lags on jobs and construction - WAtoday
WA loses economic wooden spoon, still lags on jobs and construction  WAtoday

WA is no longer on the bottom of CommSec's 'State of the States' economic league table, but still lags behind the east, especially on jobs and construction.


Premier Mark McGowan’s 150,000 WA jobs promise on shaky ground as employment market stalls - The West Australian
Premier Mark McGowan’s 150,000 WA jobs promise on shaky ground as employment market stalls  The West Australian

Not a single extra West Australian is in a job compared to nine months ago. New figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show there were 1,337,700 West ...


WA Premier Mark McGowan outlines 12 key targets he says will define his job - ABC News
WA Premier Mark McGowan outlines 12 key targets he says will define his job  ABC News

A bold target of 150000 new jobs within five year, increasing conservation land by five million hectares and slashing Indigenous incarceration by almost a ...


New Infrastructure WA authority to keep engineering jobs in the pipeline - create digital
New Infrastructure WA authority to keep engineering jobs in the pipeline  create digital

There's a growing demand for engineers in WA, and legislation to establish a state infrastructure authority is a promising sign for the future. But the outlook isn't ...


Volatility in coal sector exerts pressure on jobs - Australian Mining
Volatility in coal sector exerts pressure on jobs  Australian Mining

Problems facing the coal mining sector in Australia have lowered job demands nationally, with the exception of Western Australia.


Lost his job, about to lose his house – and this WA man is not alone - WAtoday
Lost his job, about to lose his house – and this WA man is not alone  WAtoday

Ray* is a rural West Australian who lost his job around 18 months ago and hasn't been able to find another one. He had to move out of his house and rent a ...


WA second-highest unemployment rate in Australia - The West Australian
WA second-highest unemployment rate in Australia  The West Australian

A record number of West Australians are now employed, but the State still has the second-highest unemployment rate in the country.


Political row breaks out over Defence Department bid to move 700 submarine maintenance jobs to WA - The West Australian
Political row breaks out over Defence Department bid to move 700 submarine maintenance jobs to WA  The West Australian

A *fresh* political row has broken out over billions of dollars worth of work on Australia's submarine fleet as the Defence Department mulls sending hundreds of ...


Mark McGowan plans to create 150,000 jobs, but what about his last big jobs promise? - ABC News
Mark McGowan plans to create 150,000 jobs, but what about his last big jobs promise?  ABC News

Mark McGowan is yet to deliver on his pre-election plan to create 50000 new jobs, but that hasn't stopped him setting a series of even more ambitious targets, ...


Jobs and sales up in WA resources sector as lithium soars 34 per cent - Sydney Morning Herald
Jobs and sales up in WA resources sector as lithium soars 34 per cent  Sydney Morning Herald

The ore that is turned into lithium, spodumene, recorded sales of $1.6 billion, 34 per cent higher than the year before.


Deal to ease skilled jobs shortage - The West Australian
Deal to ease skilled jobs shortage  The West Australian

Our first priority is always to fill jobs with Australians, but the immigration system can play an important role in helping to address regional skills gaps”


More jobs, higher wages on horizon as WA businesses prepare to expand - PerthNow
More jobs, higher wages on horizon as WA businesses prepare to expand  PerthNow

WA businesses will hire more staff and spend more on wages as 2019 shapes up as a bonanza year for the State's economy — with workers to be the big ...


WA tops the nation in jobs market with growth in full-time employment - PerthNow
WA tops the nation in jobs market with growth in full-time employment  PerthNow

FIGURES show that since March, WA has added almost 24000 full-time jobs. No other State has had such a strong lift in full-time work in the same period.


Wave of redundancies at The West Australian newspaper raises fears of a 'denuded' newsroom - ABC News
Wave of redundancies at The West Australian newspaper raises fears of a 'denuded' newsroom  ABC News

The loss of at least 30 jobs in a major round of redundancies at WA's only statewide daily newspaper raises concerns from government and media insiders that ...


WA's volatile jobless numbers fall amid blue over Shorten wages policy - The Age
WA's volatile jobless numbers fall amid blue over Shorten wages policy  The Age

WA's volatile jobless rate fell from 6.9 to 5.9 per cent in February, amid fears Labor's wages policy will force three quarters of businesses to cut back on staff.


Environment watchdog’s carbon rules are a green job killer - The West Australian
Environment watchdog’s carbon rules are a green job killer  The West Australian

Premier Mark McGowan is under mounting pressure to quash a “job-killing” plan by WA's environment watchdog to make big polluters pay for their carbon ...


Readers react to youth unemployment story as job figures show hardest areas in Perth to get work - The West Australian
Readers react to youth unemployment story as job figures show hardest areas in Perth to get work  The West Australian

It's the issue everyone wants to talk about — but just why is it so hard for young people to get work these days?


Hundreds of WA nurses go to Britain to find work under Health Department deal - The West Australian
Hundreds of WA nurses go to Britain to find work under Health Department deal  The West Australian

Hundreds of Perth nursing graduates who have been unable to find work will relocate to Britain under a five-year deal struck by the WA Health Department to ...


Green economy a 'huge opportunity' for job growth in WA - The Age
Green economy a 'huge opportunity' for job growth in WA  The Age

Change is hard, and often frustrating. But business as usual will miss an opportunity which could be bigger than mining.


Fortescue Metals Group gives green light to $3.6b Iron Bridge project in WA's Pilbara - ABC News
Fortescue Metals Group gives green light to $3.6b Iron Bridge project in WA's Pilbara  ABC News

Fortescue Metals Group gives the go-ahead to its second major iron ore mine development in the Pilbara in just 12 months, promising the Iron Bridge project will ...


Mining a top five industry for Australian job growth - Australian Mining
Mining a top five industry for Australian job growth  Australian Mining

Employment company SEEK has cited the mining, resources and energy sector as one of the five biggest industries for job growth over the past year.


WA graduates slowest in nation to get full-time work - WAtoday
WA graduates slowest in nation to get full-time work  WAtoday

Western Australian university graduates are lagging behind their eastern states counterparts in securing full-time jobs.


Mining jobs, WA: Migrant workers flown in to fill thousands of vacancies - The Advertiser
Mining jobs, WA: Migrant workers flown in to fill thousands of vacancies  The Advertiser

FIVE years after Australia celebrated its biggest mining boom in history, the limping industry is picking up again — but this time around it seems like Aussies ...


Veterans to gain from WA Government job quotas - The West Australian
Veterans to gain from WA Government job quotas  The West Australian

The McGowan Government will set quotas for employing veterans in State departments as part of efforts to help members of the military transition to civilian life.


WA lithium jobs boom set to continue into 2019 - The Sydney Morning Herald
WA lithium jobs boom set to continue into 2019  The Sydney Morning Herald

The WA lithium jobs boom looks set to continue into 2019 with industry enthusiasm manifesting into huge investment. US lithium giant Albemarle on Thursday ...


MLA makes waves over Carnegie jobs - The West Australian
MLA makes waves over Carnegie jobs  The West Australian

The State Government's multimillion dollar investment in wave energy technology in Albany has created just 21 jobs in two years — most of them in Perth.


Western Australia leads job growth in 2018 - Australian Mining
Western Australia leads job growth in 2018  Australian Mining

Western Australia saw the highest rise in mining job vacancies in 2018 among Australia's states and territories, according to a report from DFP Resources.


WA seeks billionaire investors to drive lithium boom - The West Australian
WA seeks billionaire investors to drive lithium boom  The West Australian

Billionaire investors are being encouraged to visit WA to see the energy revolution that the Government hopes will power the State's economy.


Mark McGowan: the 12 targets that will define my job as WA Premier - The Mandarin
Mark McGowan: the 12 targets that will define my job as WA Premier  The Mandarin

I have always said that creating WA jobs is my number one priority. Since the election in 2017, my team has been delivering on our agenda and our Plan for ...


Unemployment creeps back up to 5 per cent despite strong jobs growth - ABC News
Unemployment creeps back up to 5 per cent despite strong jobs growth  ABC News

Another 25700 new jobs, mainly full-time, was not enough to stop the unemployment rate rising as more people looked for work.


Perth is a global oil and gas hub says WA Mines and Petroleum Minister - Australian Mining
Perth is a global oil and gas hub says WA Mines and Petroleum Minister  Australian Mining

Perth is the only Australian city to be admitted into the World Energy Cities Partnership, which signifies Western Australia's continual growth as a world energy ...


Up to 150 job losses as Optus bails on WA retail - PerthNow
Up to 150 job losses as Optus bails on WA retail  PerthNow

Optus staff have been told there will be 150 redundancies across WA, as most of its company-owned stores will be transferred to retail partners such as Optus ...


Liberals claim 3000 Alcoa jobs on the line under Labor’s emissions reduction target - The West Australian
Liberals claim 3000 Alcoa jobs on the line under Labor’s emissions reduction target  The West Australian

At least 3000 jobs at WA alumina refineries would be at risk if Labor's emissions reduction target is introduced, new Liberal party modelling claims.


Western Australia's resource sector achieves record $127.4b sales, powered by LNG and iron ore - Small Caps
Western Australia's resource sector achieves record $127.4b sales, powered by LNG and iron ore  Small Caps

Western Australia's resources industry achieved a bumper year in 2018, reaching a record $127.4 billion in sales mainly thanks to an 81% boost from the ...


Federal election 2019: Bill Shorten vows to bring National Jobs Summit to Perth - The West Australian
Federal election 2019: Bill Shorten vows to bring National Jobs Summit to Perth  The West Australian

Bill Shorten has revealed he will hold a National Jobs Summit of business and union leaders in Perth next month if he wins Saturday's federal election.


Plan to make Casuarina WA's biggest prison expected to bring 2000 new jobs - The Age
Plan to make Casuarina WA's biggest prison expected to bring 2000 new jobs  The Age

Plans to make Casuarina Prison one of the largest prisons in Australia will attempt to address years of uncertainty around the WA justice system's ability to keep ...


The staggering statistics behind Qantas’ first year of its Perth to London service - The West Australian
The staggering statistics behind Qantas’ first year of its Perth to London service  The West Australian

Qantas has delivered its report card on the first anniversary of its Perth to London nonstop *service* ... and the numbers are mind-boggling.


More West Australians moving interstate as eastern states create more jobs - PerthNow
More West Australians moving interstate as eastern states create more jobs  PerthNow

Sandgropers are trekking across the Nullarbor in droves, abandoning WA in search of richer economic pastures on the east coast.


Australia establishes $53m national battery research hub in WA - Australian Mining
Australia establishes $53m national battery research hub in WA  Australian Mining

The Australian Government is providing a $25 million grant to an industry-led battery research centre in Perth, WA, which recognises the state as a global leader ...


Job statistics Australia: No cushion for falling house prices - NEWS.com.au
Job statistics Australia: No cushion for falling house prices  NEWS.com.au

Australia's economy has been sombre and morose in recent times. It feels like everything keeps going wrong. But then the unemployment data comes in and it ...


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 ...


Australian job vacancies hit another record high - Business Insider Australia
Australian job vacancies hit another record high  Business Insider Australia

Australian job vacancies rose to a record high in the three months to February, pointing to not only firm hiring levels in months ahead but also a slightly reduced ...


BHP to offer drive-in, drive-out in Pilbara after Perth jobs axed - The West Australian
BHP to offer drive-in, drive-out in Pilbara after Perth jobs axed  The West Australian

Community pressure has prompted BHP to offer a drive-in, drive-out option for workers at its Pilbara mines so they can achieve a better work/life balance by ...


Business conditions tumble with job prospects hit hard as economy cools - ABC News
Business conditions tumble with job prospects hit hard as economy cools  ABC News

Business conditions have deteriorated sharply, with steep falls in employment prospects, as well as sales and profits, according to the NAB business survey.


Defence sought fresh advice on shifting subs jobs to WA, ASC reveals - InDaily
Defence sought fresh advice on shifting subs jobs to WA, ASC reveals  InDaily

Under questioning from Centre Alliance Senator Rex Patrick, ASC CEO Stuart Whiley conceded in a Senate estimates hearing that he had “received a tasking ...


Mining jobs, WA: Why Australians don’t want to fill vacancies - Herald Sun
Mining jobs, WA: Why Australians don’t want to fill vacancies  Herald Sun

HEARING of suicides every week, knowing their relationship is breaking down — but having no reception to even try and fix it — and watching their mates spiral ...


CCI plea for small business payroll tax relief - The West Australian
CCI plea for small business payroll tax relief  The West Australian

The McGowan Government has been urged to lift the payroll tax threshold by $100000 to help small businesses create more jobs in a struggling economy.


AMWU threatens $1 billion Albemarle lithium plant disruption at Kemerton over jobs for locals - The West Australian
AMWU threatens $1 billion Albemarle lithium plant disruption at Kemerton over jobs for locals  The West Australian

A WA union is threatening to disrupt the start of construction at a $1 billion lithium processing plant near Bunbury over complaints local workers risked being ...


One thousand jobs to be created as lithium plant kicks off near Bunbury - Sydney Morning Herald
One thousand jobs to be created as lithium plant kicks off near Bunbury  Sydney Morning Herald

The plant was expected to create 500 construction jobs and another 500 jobs in the south-west once operational.