Job advertising volumes levelled out nationally with a slight increase of 1.3% in the two weeks from 22 June to 5 July compared to the previous two weeks, with volumes in Victoria down slightly, according to the latest employment report from recruitment firm SEEK.
The number of jobs advertised across Australia in the 12-months to the end of October declined by 7.8%, but in better news for employees salaries grew across every state and territory, apart from the Northern Territory.
The technology and science sector was second only to the mining, resources and energy sector in recording the highest job advertising growth in March, according to new employment data revealing the sector was up by 20% on the previous year.
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