Research Briefing | Apr 13, 2021

Australia | Smooth labour matching the key to recovery from here

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The labour market recovery has outpaced expectations since the initial COVID19 shock. While the removal of JobKeeper is likely to stall the recovery in Q2, labour demand indicators are quite strong, which should support employment growth in 2021.

In this comprehensive 4 page report you will learn:

  • The composition of employment has changed
  • Vacancies as a share of employment have increased over the past year
  • Industries that have driven employment growth will continue to do
    so

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