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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 ...


Unemployment creeps back up to 5pc despite strong jobs growth - ABC News
Unemployment creeps back up to 5pc 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.


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 decades of journalism experience and knowledge from the latest round of redundancies at The West Australian newspaper will "denude" its ...


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.


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 ...


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.


State to replace ageing icon Freo Traffic Bridge with $230 million pledge - The Age
State to replace ageing icon Freo Traffic Bridge with $230 million pledge  The Age

Funding for the replacement of the rapidly deteriorating Fremantle Traffic Bridge will be provided in the forthcoming state budget.


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 ...


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 ...


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 ...


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 ...


Scott Morrison lashes ‘keyboard warrior’ anti-Adani protesters over Nazi comments - 9news.com.au
Scott Morrison lashes ‘keyboard warrior’ anti-Adani protesters over Nazi comments  9news.com.au

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has lashed out at anti-Adani coal mine protesters who likened working for the Indian multinational business group to being an ...


Underemployment stays high under Liberals - Western Advocate
Underemployment stays high under Liberals  Western Advocate

AAP FactCheck Investigation: Has under-employment in Australia remained stubbornly high under the coalition government? The Statement "Under the Liberals ...


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

Construction has begun on what will be Australia's biggest lithium processing plant in WA's South West region. US lithium giant Albemarle's $1 billion Kemerton ...


Di Natale heads west in search of Greens pastures - Sydney Morning Herald
Di Natale heads west in search of Greens pastures  Sydney Morning Herald

Greens leader Richard Di Natale will today announce plans to put WA at the centre of the nation's efforts to transition to renewable energy over the next decade.


New Perth attractions and experiences would drive visitation and jobs - Australasian Leisure Management
New Perth attractions and experiences would drive visitation and jobs  Australasian Leisure Management

A new campaign calling for an overhaul Western Australia's approvals process to enable the development of a series of tourism attractions has been launched ...


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 ...


Construction begins on Australia's largest lithium processing plant - Mandurah Mail
Construction begins on Australia's largest lithium processing plant  Mandurah Mail

Construction officially begins on Albemarle's lithium plant in Kemerton.


Injury Management Consultant - The Conversation AU
Injury Management Consultant  The Conversation AU

Safety, Health and Wellbeing. Level 7, full-time appointment on a 12 month fixed term basis; Salary range: $86,801 to $96,427 plus 9.5% superannuation.


Upper Horton's Toby Walker shearing in Western Australia - Moree Champion
Upper Horton's Toby Walker shearing in Western Australia  Moree Champion

From TAFE NSW Armidale to shearing in Western Australia.


Wrongfully-convicted West Australian man dies in US hit-and-run - 9news.com.au
Wrongfully-convicted West Australian man dies in US hit-and-run  9news.com.au

A man who was wrongfully jailed for murder in Western Australia has been killed in the US in an apparent hit and run. Andrew Mallard was imprisoned for 12 ...


Single mum's desperate search for a job after hundreds of knock-backs - Yahoo News
Single mum's desperate search for a job after hundreds of knock-backs  Yahoo News

A Perth single mum who has been searching for a job for two years is worried her savings are going to run out.


TAFE Armidale student Toby Walker shearing in Western Australia - Armidale Express
TAFE Armidale student Toby Walker shearing in Western Australia  Armidale Express

From TAFE NSW Armidale to shearing in Western Australia.


Lithium export boom might not be felt for five years - The Age
Lithium export boom might not be felt for five years  The Age

Department of Industry, Innovation and Science figures reveal flat lithium export revenue figures for the next five years as supply overtakes demand.


MP at loggerheads over forest agreement - The West Australian
MP at loggerheads over forest agreement  The West Australian

Greens MP Diane Evers has called out the State Government's new forestry agreement, claiming it continues to put endangered species under threat from ...


Code aims to ease stress for FIFO workers - The West Australian
Code aims to ease stress for FIFO workers  The West Australian

The mining industry is set for an overhaul with big changes to make FIFO work more family friendly and less stressful. A new code was unveiled today by WA ...


Why we have a booming budget and a sluggish economy - ABC News
Why we have a booming budget and a sluggish economy  ABC News

When Treasurer Josh Frydenberg hands down his maiden budget next week, it will be an election document bloated by the proceeds of mining revenues — but ...


Top earning occupations: Jobs where women earn more money than men - NEWS.com.au
Top earning occupations: Jobs where women earn more money than men  NEWS.com.au

Female futures traders in Australia earn nearly 4 per cent more than their male counterparts, with an eye-watering average income of $315,197. It's one of 72 out ...


Royal Australian Navy Commander Michael Doncaster to be part of Moree's ANZAC Day celebrations - Moree Champion
Royal Australian Navy Commander Michael Doncaster to be part of Moree's ANZAC Day celebrations  Moree Champion

Commander Michael Doncaster has had a long and illustrious career in the Royal Australian Navy and he will be joining Moree for the town's ANZAC Day ...


Bad news. Closing coal-fired power stations costs jobs. We need to prepare - The Conversation AU
Bad news. Closing coal-fired power stations costs jobs. We need to prepare  The Conversation AU

We have quantified the effects of twelve power station closures in five states. Local unemployment shoots up and comes down only slowly.


Federal Budget 2019: where are the new APS jobs? - The Mandarin
Federal Budget 2019: where are the new APS jobs?  The Mandarin

The government has broadly kept to the restrained growth of the public sector seen in the budgets of recent years. But the Nationals leadership think there's still ...


Library Manager - The Conversation AU
Library Manager  The Conversation AU

University Library. Ongoing and job share arrangement at part time, 0.5 FTE appointment available; Opportunity exists for an experienced Librarian to advance ...


Huggies owner Kimberly-Clark dumps Aussie nappy factory, sacks 220 staff - The West Australian
Huggies owner Kimberly-Clark dumps Aussie nappy factory, sacks 220 staff  The West Australian

American personal care giant Kimberly-Clark today revealed it will shut its western Sydney factory and lay off 220 staff.


Study analyses education and employment prospects for disadvantaged - University News: The University of Western Australia
Study analyses education and employment prospects for disadvantaged  University News: The University of Western Australia

A study led by The University of Western Australia and funded by the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) has found improvements ...


WA bid to build world-first microscale LNG plant - Community Newspaper Group
WA bid to build world-first microscale LNG plant  Community Newspaper Group

PREMIER Mark McGowan has announced a $10 million boost to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market that could create up to 1400 new jobs. The State ...


Scientific Officer/Senior Technician - The Conversation AU
Scientific Officer/Senior Technician  The Conversation AU

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences *Service* Delivery Centre: Technical services. Exciting opportunity to provide specialist support to an AIMS accredited ...


Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) - The Conversation AU
Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research)  The Conversation AU

The University of Western Australia has a long and distinguished history and an international reputation for excellence in teaching, learning and research.


Woolworths confirms closure of 30 underperforming Big W stores across Australia - The West Australian
Woolworths confirms closure of 30 underperforming Big W stores across Australia  The West Australian

Woolworths will close about 30 underperforming Big W stores and two distribution centres over the next three years after increasing numbers of shoppers took ...


Senior Lecturer In Cancer Biology - The Conversation AU
Senior Lecturer In Cancer Biology  The Conversation AU

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences School of Biomedical Sciences. Rare opportunity for an outstanding teaching and research academic with a background ...


Lecturer Electronic Music And Sound Design - The Conversation AU
Lecturer Electronic Music And Sound Design  The Conversation AU

Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education, School of Social Sciences. UWA Conservatorium of Music. Tenurable opportunity at Level B: $97,310 - $115,350 ...


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 ...


Aussie still weak after US jobs report - NEWS.com.au
Aussie still weak after US jobs report  NEWS.com.au

The Australian dollar has stayed soft as investors shift to the greenback on renewed optimism about the US economy's health following a better-than-expected ...


Australia gov't injects AUD 7m in yellowtail kingfish aquaculture - Undercurrent News
Australia gov't injects AUD 7m in yellowtail kingfish aquaculture  Undercurrent News

The Australian government is injecting AUD 7 million ($5.0m) over the next three years to help fast-track the growth of West Australia's aquaculture industry.


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 ...


Ron Williams is a legend in the Mini restoration world - Tenterfield Star
Ron Williams is a legend in the Mini restoration world  Tenterfield Star

From his unassuming location at the southern end of the Rouse Street, proudly painted in Castrol colours, Ron Williams has forged a reputation for rebuilding ...


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 ...


Australia's struggling youth may decide election - Nikkei Asian Review
Australia's struggling youth may decide election  Nikkei Asian Review

Australia heads to national polls on May 18 with two rival leaders who are not much liked and two main parties trying to appeal to a divided elec.


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 ...


The Premier has made a pledge to create 150000 jobs, but what about his last big jobs promise? - ABC News
The Premier has made a pledge to create 150000 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, ...


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.


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 ...


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.


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. The Australian Education Department's ...


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 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.


WA's economy is growing, but that doesn't mean it's easy to find a job - WAtoday
WA's economy is growing, but that doesn't mean it's easy to find a job  WAtoday

An Uber driver earlier this week said that he could feel the economy getting stronger. People were happier, he said, were more often using his services to go ...


Fresh faces of regional WA: How migrants are adding value and jobs to the economy - PerthNow
Fresh faces of regional WA: How migrants are adding value and jobs to the economy  PerthNow

COUNTRY areas are experiencing a win-win with recently arrived migrants adding value and jobs to the economy.


Santos confirms gas in Corvus field off Western Australia - Oil & Gas Journal
Santos confirms gas in Corvus field off Western Australia  Oil & Gas Journal

Corvus field appraisal drilling confirmed more gas resources offshore Western Australia. Drillers reported a 2093-ft gross interval, one of the largest columns to ...


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 ...


Investment on the agenda: Mandurah and Murray join forces to promote economic development in the region - Mandurah Mail
Investment on the agenda: Mandurah and Murray join forces to promote economic development in the region  Mandurah Mail

Peel's booming population has prompted the City of Mandurah to appoint a specialist team, dedicated to attracting and stimulating investment.


$1 billion South West lithium boom set to power up jobs - PerthNow
$1 billion South West lithium boom set to power up jobs  PerthNow

Work on WA's latest $1 billion lithium plant will start within days as US resources giant Albemarle begins building a major processing facility outside Bunbury, ...


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.


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 ...


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

WA has the nation's strongest job market with thousands of people finding full-time work as the State's economic recovery gains traction. Bureau of Statistics ...


A new skills shortage looms in Western Australia as fears of automation turns workers away - ABC News
A new skills shortage looms in Western Australia as fears of automation turns workers away  ABC News

Employment recruiters say scary and misunderstood reports of automation killing off jobs are contributing to a new skills shortage in Western Australia as ...


Women lead way in top WA health service jobs - PerthNow
Women lead way in top WA health service jobs  PerthNow

Three women are making history as they take the reigns of WA's largest not-for-profit organisations as their first-ever female chief executives.


Day 7 of the federal election campaign - Bellingen Courier Sun
Day 7 of the federal election campaign  Bellingen Courier Sun

FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 7 WHERE THE LEADERS CAMPAIGNED * Prime Minister Scott Morrison: Tasmania (Braddon and Bass) * Labor ...


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 ...


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 ...


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.


Unemployment edges down to 5pc despite a cooling economy - ABC News
Unemployment edges down to 5pc despite a cooling economy  ABC News

Despite economic growth slipping back under 3 per cent, strong growth in part-time jobs before Christmas helps to push down the unemployment rate.


Rio Tinto's $3.5 billion Koodaideri iron ore mine is a welcome investment in WA, but it ain't no boom - ABC News
Rio Tinto's $3.5 billion Koodaideri iron ore mine is a welcome investment in WA, but it ain't no boom  ABC News

Rio Tinto, BHP and Fortescue Metals Group have all announced major new mining projects, but don't start comparing it to the mining boom of 2004–12. We will ...


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 ...


Education graduates face challenges head-on of teaching in remote and regional areas - ABC News
Education graduates face challenges head-on of teaching in remote and regional areas  ABC News

A teaching job in remote and regional Western Australia can be daunting given the small classrooms of mixed-age students and living in tiny towns, where every ...


WA jobs in the pipeline as kingfish farm tipped for Abrolhos waters - WAtoday
WA jobs in the pipeline as kingfish farm tipped for Abrolhos waters  WAtoday

Major aquaculture company Huon has secured a lease to operate a big yellowtail kingfish farm off Geraldton, in what's been touted as a game-changer for WA's ...


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.


Best WA jobs figures in three years - The West Australian
Best WA jobs figures in three years  The West Australian

Employment across WA has reached its highest level in three years, with new figures showing the jobs market strengthening. The Australian Bureau of Statistics ...


Bidding war begins as WA once again searches for workers to fuel a mining boom - ABC News
Bidding war begins as WA once again searches for workers to fuel a mining boom  ABC News

During the last mining boom people flew in to Western Australia from all over the country and abroad to earn the ridiculous wages being offered, but poaching ...


Mining jobs, WA: FIFO cleaners, women tell of horrific conditions - Herald Sun
Mining jobs, WA: FIFO cleaners, women tell of horrific conditions  Herald Sun

Walking into a donga, the tiny tin-sheds in which thousands of Australia's fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) workers spend weeks away from home, isn't easy for the men and ...


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.


Wyatt dismisses spike in WA unemployment rate - PerthNow
Wyatt dismisses spike in WA unemployment rate  PerthNow

Treasurer Ben Wyatt has dismissed a sharp rise in the WA jobless rate, saying the state was a victim of its own success.


Why people are saying no to these $150k a year jobs - SBS
Why people are saying no to these $150k a year jobs  SBS

Thousands of job vacancies, sometimes requiring little to no experience and offering giant paychecks, remain unfilled because the mining industry can't find ...


More lithium jobs for WA after Albemarle approval - Australian Mining
More lithium jobs for WA after Albemarle approval  Australian Mining

Albemarle Corp's proposed Kemerton lithium plant in the South West region in Western Australia has received its environmental approval from the state ...


Perth loses appeal for locals as jobs dry up - The West Australian
Perth loses appeal for locals as jobs dry up  The West Australian

Perth people are less satisfied with their city than they used to be but most still believe it is a good place to raise a family and want to stay long term.


WA miners are searching for workers, but this time without 'mercenary-type salaries' - ABC News
WA miners are searching for workers, but this time without 'mercenary-type salaries'  ABC News

Recruitment specialists say mining companies, desperate for workers in remote areas, are again turning to FIFO workers from the eastern states, but are unlikely ...


Western Australian Government delivers battery industry strategy - Australian Mining
Western Australian Government delivers battery industry strategy  Australian Mining

The McGowan Government has launched the Western Australian Future Battery Industry Strategy, designed to aid the state's growth as a battery minerals ...


Western Australia environment watchdog plans tougher curbs on emissions - The Guardian
Western Australia environment watchdog plans tougher curbs on emissions  The Guardian

EPA chief says new regulations are needed to meet Paris targets, putting future LNG projects under threat.


Jobs bonanza promise as Perth puts its case as LNG hub - PerthNow
Jobs bonanza promise as Perth puts its case as LNG hub  PerthNow

AN alliance of energy giants is preparing to make Perth the *service* centre for Australia's giant LNG projects.


New appointee to lead Tourism WA and Western Australia's jobs agenda - Australasian Leisure Management
New appointee to lead Tourism WA and Western Australia's jobs agenda  Australasian Leisure Management

The Western Australian Government has announced the appointment of Rebecca Brown as Chief Executive of Tourism WA and Director General of the ...


Mining top industry for job ad growth in 2018 - Australian Mining
Mining top industry for job ad growth in 2018  Australian Mining

Mining, resources and energy has been cited in Seek's latest employment report as the "star performer" for new job ad growth in 2018, with listings up 32 per ...


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 ...


Jobs in WA mining climb to record high - The West Australian
Jobs in WA mining climb to record high  The West Australian

WA's emergence as a global lithium powerhouse has helped drive the number of people employed directly in mining across the State to a record high.


Carnegie Clean Energy's failed Albany wave farm project delivers handful of winners, long line of losers - ABC News
Carnegie Clean Energy's failed Albany wave farm project delivers handful of winners, long line of losers  ABC News

Just two years after revealing its grand vision to turn the West Australian town of Albany into a world-famous renewable energy hub by harnessing the power of ...


Western Australia solar farm now under way with battery storage to follow. - Energy Matters
Western Australia solar farm now under way with battery storage to follow.  Energy Matters

A Western Australia solar farm, WA's largest, now under way at Merredin, is big enough to power 42000 homes. Solar battery storage will also be added.


150000 new jobs to be created as part of the 'Our Priorities' vision - Mirage News
150000 new jobs to be created as part of the 'Our Priorities' vision  Mirage News

An additional 150,000 Western Australian jobs will be created, as part of the 'Our Priorities: Sharing Prosperity' program announced today by Premier Mark ...


Staffing boss in quandary over ‘broken’ labour hire model - The West Australian
Staffing boss in quandary over ‘broken’ labour hire model  The West Australian

The boss of a recruitment firm says he is considering shutting his labour hire business because he believes the industry model is broken and feels ethically ...


Scotland’s 'poaching' of WA nurses shines light on labour problem - WAtoday
Scotland’s 'poaching' of WA nurses shines light on labour problem  WAtoday

Scotland's National Health *Service* hit headlines for allegedly "poaching" WA nurses in a recruitment drive this week. But the topic of graduate program ...


Mining leads Australia's job growth - Australian Mining
Mining leads Australia's job growth  Australian Mining

The mining, resources and energy industry has joined healthcare and IT as one of the top three drivers of job ad growth in Australia. Recruitment portal SEEK ...