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Australia Employment Steadies in June as Full-Time Jobs Increase

Thursday, 18 July 2019 08:51 WIB Ekonomi Australia Australia Employment

Australian employment rose 500 in June as a slide in part-time positions countered gains in full-time work. Jobs increase compared with economists’ forecast of a 9,000 gain; the unemployment rate remained at 5.2%, as expected by economists. Full-time positions rose 21,100; part-time roles fell 20,600. Participation rate stayed at 66%; est. 65.9%. Source : Bloomberg

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