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Could prisoners solve Australia’s worst skills shortage in history?

Australians behind bars in the June quarter of 2021 remained at a high of 43,073.  New South Wales accounted for more than ¼ of in-mates at 13,181. Australian job vacancies also remain at an all-time high of 333,700. The number of Australians imprisoned nationally remains elevated, with more than 43,000 people currently behind bars. This is in contrast to more than 333,700 job vacancies –

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Could prisoners solve Australia’s worst skills shortage in history?

Australians behind bars in the June quarter of 2021 remained at a high of 43,073.  New South Wales accounted for more than ¼ of in-mates at 13,181. Australian job vacancies also remain at an all-time high of 333,700. The number of Australians imprisoned nationally remains elevated, with more than 43,000 people currently behind bars. This is in contrast to more than 333,700 job vacancies –

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Australian GDP up 0.7% in June quarter 2021

GDP in Australia rose 0.7% during the June quarter of 2021. Domestic activity was bolstered by household spending on transport and constructions services. Australia’s gross domestic economy was worth $1.98 trillion during

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Aviation is booming…if you have small planes

Total domestic passengers have fallen by two thirds since the COVID-19 pandemic, while travellers on chartered flights have grown by 35 per cent. With a fleet of 48 aircraft, Alliance Aviation was

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ASX closed lower; PointsBet tumbled on capital raise; Qantas stands down 2500 workers

ASX200 closed 0.23% lower at 7474.50 on Tuesday. PointsBet tumbled just under 14% today on capital raising completion. Qantas dipped as 2500 workers stood down as COVID crisis worsens. The Australian market

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Why GDP Matters

Gross Domestic Product measures the value a nation creates over a specified period. GDP is a vital statistic for tracking an economy’s overall performance. GDP is affected by government spending, consumption, investment

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Australian GDP up 0.7% in June quarter 2021

GDP in Australia rose 0.7% during the June quarter of 2021. Domestic activity was bolstered by household spending on transport and constructions services. Australia’s gross domestic economy was worth $1.98 trillion during

...read more

Aviation is booming…if you have small planes

Total domestic passengers have fallen by two thirds since the COVID-19 pandemic, while travellers on chartered flights have grown by 35 per cent. With a fleet of 48 aircraft, Alliance Aviation was

...read more

ASX closed lower; PointsBet tumbled on capital raise; Qantas stands down 2500 workers

ASX200 closed 0.23% lower at 7474.50 on Tuesday. PointsBet tumbled just under 14% today on capital raising completion. Qantas dipped as 2500 workers stood down as COVID crisis worsens. The Australian market

...read more

Why GDP Matters

Gross Domestic Product measures the value a nation creates over a specified period. GDP is a vital statistic for tracking an economy’s overall performance. GDP is affected by government spending, consumption, investment

...read more

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