Online jobs on the SEEK employment marketplace fell across the nation by 2.0% in August month-on-month, figures released on Thursday show, with the year-on-year drop a much bigger 29.1%. However, the year-on-year difference was the smallest since the beginning of the cornonavirus pandemic.
Online job advertisements on the SEEK website have shown a minor positive trend in July, rising 2.3% compared to June, but on a year-on-year basis the figures have not been encouraging, with a decline of 30%.
Jobs advertising levels across Australia are up by 41.5% month on month according to the latest employment report from recruitment firm SEEK.
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