Latest unemployment News

Almost third of employing businesses unable to find suitable staff: Australia
Unemployment associated with worse mental and physical health later in life
High employment offsets cost of living concerns
Perrottet steps up war on wages with new fines for nurses, teachers
Steadfast support for families and businesses
First technical college to open at Findon High School
Council passes record budget amid confident growth and investment in city
More South Australians in work amid full-time jobs boost
New ABS Labour Force Figures
Tasmania’s jobs growth continues
Israel’s blockade of Gaza hits 15 years with no diplomatic resolution in sight
Queensland creates 75% of all Australian jobs in May
Unemployment rate remains at 3.9%: Australia
Global challenges reflected in March quarter GDP
Stronger wages growth needed across economy
Finance sector workers can’t afford cuts to real wages
FWC’s Annual Wage Review Decision Adds Fuel to Inflation Fire
Increase to minimum wage welcome recognition of those who have carried us through our toughest times
Unions win historic wage increase
More Drug Addiction Support For Shepparton
Coles Group ranked number one for recruitment of people with disabilities
EOIs close soon for Brisbane and Gold Coast pharmacy assistant course
Bolstering partnerships to support vulnerable jobseekers
Borsak Introduces Bill to Repeal Wage Cap
Strong economic position reflected in Crown accounts
RBA announces key interest rate decision 7 June
ANZ Australian Job Ads steady
Significant inflation concerns require another rate rise
Employer groups push for cuts and freezes for lowest paid workers
NSW Government lifts wages and recognises health workers
NSW Budget to accelerate fee-free training
Supporting future employment in Big Rivers region
Tasmania’s economy in robust health
Kiwis set to up sticks – and Australia will be choice destination
RBNZ commences five-yearly framework review
Former MPs speak of unemployment, grief, and challenges post-politics
Policy-lite White in full flight
New website launched for tourism and hospitality jobs across WA
Council’s pilot project changes unemployment perceptions
Return of immigration to power housing demand
Inquiry into Covid economic response necessary
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