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Australia unemployment rate increases to 5.8% for August 2013

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013

 Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released today Australia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for August with an increase0.1 percentage points to 5.8 per cent with  the number of people unemployed increasing by 9,400 people to 714,100 

The number of people employed actually decreased by 10,800 to 11,637,100 in August. Full-time employment, down 2,600 people to 8,128,800 and Part-time employment was down 8,200 to 3,508,300.


Article by James Jones

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