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Young priced out of planning lives - Perth Now

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Young priced out of planning lives
Perth Now
Anglicare WA, in a report to be released today, says the State is behind only Tasmania and South Australia in the numbers applying for entry-level jobs. It found students with a WACE certificate were finding it harder to crack full-time employment ...

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Australia's jobs report beats yet again - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Australia's jobs report beats yet again
Business Insider Australia
Employment in New South Wales drove the national increase in September, rising by 21,100. Employment also rose in Victoria and Western Australia by 8,900 and 8,300 respectively, offsetting declines in other locations. Adding to the bullish report card ...
Australian unemployment rate dips to four-month low of 5.5 per centHerald Sun

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'I'll have to move over east': 44 WA graduates competing for every entry job - WAtoday

WAtoday

'I'll have to move over east': 44 WA graduates competing for every entry job
WAtoday
"I would say there are about 100 of us doing our masters and of those maybe 10 or 20 would probably get jobs in WA next year." Perth student Chaz Flint is just weeks away from completing his masters degree in architecture at the University of Western ...

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Western Sydney is Australia's new job hotspot - 9news.com.au

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Western Sydney is Australia's new job hotspot
9news.com.au
More than 4000 new jobs are created in every month, and the unemployment rate is below the national average of 5.6 percent. Latest figures show Western Sydney's unemployment rate is at a nine-year low, sitting at 5.4 percent with 48,800 jobs created in ...


Australia's hiring spree looks set to continue - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Australia's hiring spree looks set to continue
Business Insider Australia
Fitting with recent employment data released by the ABS, Seek said that advertisements increased in all states and territories from a year earlier, led by sharp improvements in South Australia, Western Australia, the Northern Territory and Queensland.


Job cuts on the way, but don't be fooled by 'gas crisis' spin - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Job cuts on the way, but don't be fooled by 'gas crisis' spin
The Sydney Morning Herald
To find a policy response that will bring down domestic prices, save gas intensive industry and jobs and lower electricity costs for the domestic and industrial consumer, we do not have to look far – just to Western Australia. In WA, industrial ...

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There are five applicants for every entry-level job in Australia: Here's how your SME can find the best candidate - SmartCompany.com.au (blog)

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There are five applicants for every entry-level job in Australia: Here's how your SME can find the best candidate
SmartCompany.com.au (blog)
Tasmania, Western Australia and South Australia are the toughest markets for competing for entry-level positions: there are 10.7 applicants for every one role advertised in South Australia. For small businesses with limited HR departments, the sheer ...


WA Liberals wave through $435m tax grab - The Australian

The Australian

WA Liberals wave through $435m tax grab
The Australian
He said the 1300 affected companies had been “surprisingly silent” on the payroll tax rise, despite claims by the WA Chamber of Commerce and Industry that the additional impost would cost more than 1300 jobs in the first year. It is understood WA's big ...

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Markets Live: It's banks versus miners - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: It's banks versus miners
The Sydney Morning Herald
The longest run of consecutive monthly job gains since mid-1994 - when the labour market started to rebound in earnest from the early 1990s recession, writes The AFR's economics writer, Jacob Greber. Bloomberg's Michael Heath says: ​Australian ...

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Brain drain as professionals head east for better-paid jobs - The Australian

The Australian

Brain drain as professionals head east for better-paid jobs
The Australian
“The relationship is not what it used to be and WA is set for interesting times.” She said the population decline was related to fewer jobs in the resource sector, which had moved from a job-heavy construction phase to a production phase. It may also ...


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