1. Aussie job vacancies surpass pre-COVID levels as employers look for staff  9News
  2. Job vacancies surge to pre-COVID levels | Finance Report  ABC News (Australia)
  3. Australian Bureau of Statistics: New figures show more job vacancies than pre-coronavirus levels  NEWS.com.au
  4. Employers looked to fill 250,000 jobs over the three months to November  The Australian
  5. Job vacancies surge to pre-COVID levels, as Australian share market loses momentum  ABC News
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New data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows there were 254,000 job vacancies in November, and o...

Aussie job vacancies surpass pre-COVID levels as employers look for staff

The number of job vacancies has jumped higher than pre-coronavirus levels, with the private sector leading the charge in seeking new workers. The number of job vacancies has jumped higher than pre-coronavirus levels, with the private sector leading the charge in seeking new workers.

Australian Bureau of Statistics: New figures show more job vacancies than pre-coronavirus levels

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Australian shares wipe out their early gains, the number of job opportunities rises back to pre-pandemic levels, and investors continue to eye stimulus developments and Donald Trump's second impeachment saga.Australian shares wipe out their early gains, the number of job opportunities rises back to pre-pandemic levels, and investors continue to eye stimulus developments and Donald Trump's second impeachment saga.

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Australian job vacancies soared by 23.4 per cent in just three months to a new record high. The official data was released after Acting PM Michael McCormack called on the jobless to stop being lazy.Australian job vacancies soared by 23.4 per cent in just three months to a new record high. The official data was released after Acting PM Michael McCormack called on the jobless to stop being lazy.

Job vacancies soar 23 per cent after Acting PM Michael McCormack calls unemployed 'lounge lizards' | Daily Mail Online

[SYDNEY] Australian job vacancies surged in the three months to November to reach an all-time high as the economy opened up from various coronavirus lockdowns, usually a reliable indicator of stronger employment growth ahead. Read more at The Business Times.[SYDNEY] Australian job vacancies surged in the three months to November to reach an all-time high as the economy opened up from various coronavirus lockdowns, usually a reliable indicator of

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