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Again economists predicted a rise in Australia’s unemployment and again it dropped – this time from 5.2 per cent in March to 4.9 per cent in April.
Mr Cross told CareerOne.com.au that employers were too focused on job titles instead of looking at whether a candidate had the right skills and experience to fill a role.
Australians are happier in their jobs, but are concerned with the state of the economy in 2012, according to new research. CareerOne.com.au’s Hidden Hunters Report, now in its fifth year, identifies trends in job hunting behaviour across industries and key demographics.
The skills shortages visible in Australia's information and communications technology sector and are expected to become critical by June next year.
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Review the trends of Australian employed persons and unemployment rates since 2009.
It feels like 2010 has raced by as the recruitment industry recovered and grew following the GFC. At CareerOne.com.au, we have seen the recruitment market substantially improve.
Market uncertainty, compounded by the forthcoming election, has prompted a fall in the overall employment market.
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