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Australian Government Budget 2022 – 23 Focussing on Labour and Skills Shortages

Last night you may (or may not) have watched the federal budget announcements with a focus on unemployment rates currently being at 4%, with an aim to lower it to around 3.75% which will heighten labour and skills shortages across the country. The first section of this blog outlines the headline announcements and read on …

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What will Unemployment Rates With a 3 in Front of it do for Labour and Skills Shortages in Australia?

Unemployment was at 4.2 per cent nationally and The Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison stated, “I believe we can now achieve an unemployment rate with a 3 in front of it this year.  Our goal is to achieve this in the second half of 2022. We have not seen this in Australia for almost …

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Developing Northern Australia – workforce multiplier

Australia’s far north attracts more than 22 million domestic and international overnight visitors each year. The tourism industry contributes $1.2 billion directly into the Queensland economy – 3.7% of the state’s gross state product (GSP) and $11.6 billion to the state’s economy (7.5%). In a strategy to help regional economies fully leverage their unique strengths, …

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