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Should you list referees on your professional resume?
As professional resume writers, this is one of our most commonly asked questions.
When answering, we look firstly to whether your professional resume is intended for a government or private sector audience.
Australia’s unemployment rate rose from 5.1% to 5.2% from January to February of 2012.
The rate at which the Australian economy is generating jobs is much slower than population growth, suggesting the jobless rate will be rising in upcoming months.
Read more here in a March 9 article by The Australian.
Moving into the mining industry
We’re frequently asked for advice on how to break into the mining industry. And for good reason. Minerals are one of Australia’s largest exports and despite the fluctuations of the global economy, the industry’s demand for labour continues to grow steadily.
Jobpulse: February 18 2012 – Australia: nearly at full employment?
If 5% unemployment is a ‘full’ labour market then Australia is pretty much there, going on yesterday’s official job figures.
At 5.1%, unemployment is at its lowest level in six months, and the jump in new jobs was the highest in 14 months. The participation rate was also higher, at 65.3%, from 65.2% the previous month. So where are the jobs?