Many job ads in China openly discriminate against women according to r esearch from Human Rights Watch, which analysed 36,000 job ads from the last five years and found ads regularly list a preference for men or put unfair demands on female applicants. While many jobs state “men only” or […]
Job ads placed on SEEK’s Australian platform rose by 16.2% in the year to March. Job advertisements are falling on an annualised basis across an increasing number of industries, especially in media, real estate and finance. Australia’s jobs report for March will be released later today. Australia has added jobs […]
Australian employment has increased in each of the past 17 months. In just the past year alone, employment has grown by 420,000. Job openings have risen 12.1% over the past year, including 0.9% in March. Vacancies haven’t been this high in over five years. As a lead indicator, this suggests […]
Of all the parts of the Australian economy right now, none is as strong as the labour market. It’s purring, adding the most jobs over a calendar year on record in 2017. But that was then and this is now. Of more importance is will the hiring spree continue? The […]
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Australian employment growth has been strong over the past year with 355,700 finding work. It looks like that trend will continue into 2018 if this indicator is anything to go by. According to jobs website Seek, there were 13.1% more positions advertised on its platform in November compared to a […]
Australian hourly wage growth remains stuck in the mud, rising by a paltry 0.5% in the September quarter. Part of the reason wages continue to wallow at near record lows, even with recent strength in employment growth, is because there’s still an abundance of underutilised workers — those either unemployed […]
Australia has been on a hiring spree over the past six months with employment increasing by a mammoth 250,000, the strongest level of growth over a comparable period since 2000. It looks like there’ll be further gains to come. According to new data from Seek, advertisement’s placed on its website […]
Australian job ads held steady in September, marking the first time in seven months that an increase wasn’t reported. According to ANZ, 180,700 ads were placed on Seek and the Department of Employment’s Australian JobSearch site last month in seasonally adjusted terms, leaving them up 12.5% on a year earlier. […]
Recent Australian jobs data has been nothing short of stellar, and if the latest job ads report from Seek is anything to go by, that trend looks set to continue in the months ahead. There’s not only more jobs available than a year ago, but a lot, and it’s being […]
Australia’s labour market is generating plenty of promising signs in 2017 with employment growth accelerating sharply, driven largely by an increase in full-time jobs. And, if Australia’s various job ads series are anything to go by, it looks like that trend will continue into the second half of the year. […]
Job advertisements seeking technical skills in blockchain have reportedly tripled in number in the past year. The Financial Times has reported that there were more than 1000 job postings on LinkedIn at the related to blockchain at the start of June, three times the number compared to 12 months ago. […]
While wages across the sector are growing at the slowest pace of all sectors monitored by the ABS, there’s some good news for those looking for a job in Australia’s mining sector. The number of job openings across the sector are increasing fast right now. According to data from jobs […]
Persistent concerns surround the reliability of Australia’s official jobs report, has seen markets and policymakers alike look to alternate labour market indicators to reaffirm, and in some times question, the strength in the monthly official statistics from the ABS. The ANZ job ads survey and skilled vacancies report from the […]
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Jobs and unemployment up.
"Certain sectors" outperforming others.
Job ads up 1.5% in August.
Turnaround since May.
Job ads fell 5.8% in May.
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A five-month run.
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Employment looking good.