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Published on September 11th, 2012 | by


Australia is still hiring !!

Good news for anyone looking for a job in Australia – the lucky country still needs skilled workers from overseas.

The latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey, which measures the hiring intentions of Australian employers, found the net outlook for jobseekers was positive. A fifth of employers plan to increase their rate of hiring during the quarter, while just 11 per cent expect to hire fewer people than previously expected.  ManpowerGroup Australia managing director Lincoln Crawley said the outlook for the jobs market was weaker compared to a year ago but remained resilient.
“While the last 12 months have seen a slow downward trend for employer hiring confidence, there is certainly no sign of panic,” he said today. “Overall, the job forecast is down but certainly not out.” The biggest increase in job opportunities is expected to come from the services sector, with a net employment outlook (the number of firms planning to increase hiring minus the number of firms planning to decrease hiring) of +16 per cent.  The growth outlook also appears strong in the mining sector, despite recent concerns about falling commodity prices and slowing economic growth in China, with a net employment outlook of +10 per cent.
Of the states and territories, the employment outlook is strongest in the Northern Territory (+24 per cent) and weakest in Tasmania (-6 per cent).

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2 Responses to Australia is still hiring !!

  1. jason says:

    is there any fish monger jobs going

  2. rusdi says:

    Hello, my name Rusdi from Indonesia, i am looking for Cleaner. Packer, Driving job. I am work hard and willing to ability to work and learn quickly. Thank you

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