ALBURY/WODONGA JOBSDecember 2015 facts and figures
NATIONAL SNAPSHOT: DEC, 2015
5.8%11.89m65.2%8.23mFull Time3.67mPart TimeUnemployment rate has decreased by 0.1% | Employment increased by 27.5k people | Monthly hours worked increased by 2.8m hours to 1,649.9m which equates to a national weekly average of 34 hours worked.Since November 2015
SMALL AREA LABOUR MARKETS: ALBURY
People workingUnemploymentratePeople unemployed5.5%12.5%58.9%5Unreported13.6%5.0%5Unemployment rate Unemployment rate Unemployment rate Unemployment rate Unemployment rate
Albury unemployment stats peaked in early 2015 and while they remain significantly higher than the national average, they are trending down.
SMALL AREA LABOUR MARKETS: WODONGA
6.4% 7.8%Unemployment rate Unemployment rate
21.8kTotal Labour Force
0.35%DROP in unemployment since September 2015
Wodonga has experienced an unemployment rate much more in sync with the national average than Albury.
RESOURCESSmall Area Labour Markets (Dec 2015 Quarter): https://docs.employment.gov.au/system/files/doc/other/small_area_labour_markets_-_december_quarter_2015.pdf
Australian Bureau of Statistics:http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/latestProducts/6202.0Media%20Release1Jan%202016
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Zo WundenbergZo is the founder and director of the Albury Wodonga Business Community Hub as well as a Career Development Specialist with a Graduate Diploma in Careers Education and Development and owner of Impressability.
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