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Unemployment in Australia

Go to the BCEC website to download their Monthly Labour Market Update - September 2018 for insights and analysis around key September 2018 Labour Force data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics - this edition includes a special feature by Alan Duncan on underemployment in Australia.

Also visit the new online Data Insights platform, where you can explore current and historical labour market data and track the unemployment rate across the nation from the past four decades. This is a great way to engage students when they can compare states and/or time periods

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