The Australian Bureau of Statistics yesterday reported the national unemployment rate in September had increased from 6 per cent to 6.1 per cent in seasonally adjusted terms. In South Australia, the rate increased to 6.5 per cent — putting the ... NEWS.com.au, 2 weeks ago
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N igerians are yet to see significant results from government's several employment generation efforts, as the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) estimated yesterday that only about 500,224 jobs were generated within the first half (H1) of 2014, a ...Business Day Nigeria, 1 month ago Formal, informal sectors record 500,224 new jobs in 6 months NBS People Daily, 1 month ago 'Economy Generates 500,224 New Jobs in Six Months' Individual.com, 1 month ago Nigeria records 500,224 new jobs in six months, says NBS The Nation Nigeria, 1 month ago
The recently released job creation report of the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) focused on 18 sectors in which education emerged as the leading source of new jobs in H1 2014, by contributing 36.90 percent in the sector share of jobs created. ...Business Day Nigeria, 1 month ago NBS says Economy Created 2.5m Jobs in Two Years NigeriaCommunicationsWeek, 1 month ago 2.5 million jobs created in two years NBS Nigeria Punch, 1 month ago Economy created 2.5 million jobs in two years -NBS Nigeria Punch, 1 month ago
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) recently released data on the 2013 internally generated revenue (IGR) of 14 states, showing Lagos outperforms or leapfrogs others. Of the N590.60 billion generated by the 14 states, Lagos alone accounted ...Business Day Nigeria, 1 month ago
Annual growth was 3.1 per cent, figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics said, compared to a year-on-year expansion of 3.5 per cent in the first-quarter Sydney: Australia's economy lost pace in the second-quarter of 2014 after a sharp fall ...Gulf News, 1 month ago Australian growth slows IAfrica.com, 1 month ago
The Australian economy slowed sharply in the June quarter, but not as much as most economists had feared. Bureau of Statistics figures show Australia's economy grew by 0.5 per cent in the June quarter, slightly ahead of economist forecasts. ...Yahoo! News Australia, 1 month ago
Federal Reserve policy makers are missing a key element as they assess the health of the labor market: data that includes whether those who are employed are overqualified for their job or would like to work more hours. As a result, the ...Yahoo! Finance, 4 days ago Bloomberg: Fed Doesn't Know How to Raise Interest Rates Moneynews, 4 days ago Secret Job-Market Slack Complicates Fed Rate Decision: Economy La Repubblica, 4 days ago Secret Slack Shadows Job Market as Fed Weighs When to Lift Rates Bloomberg, 4 days ago
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The Commonwealth bureaucracy has undergone radical change in the past 30 years, but when it starts to impact services (like the ABS jobs data last week) you know there's a problem, writes Ian Verrender. What happens when your efficiency drive ends ...ABC Online, 1 week ago
Foreign exchange experts say the market would have been overly sceptical of this month's jobs number had the Australian Bureau of Statistics not put traders on notice that its seasonally adjusted figures cannot be trusted. The Australian dollar was ...Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago Dollar rebounds after ABS abandons seasonal adjustments Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago Dollar bounces back after ABS abandons seasonal adjustments Melbourne Age, 2 weeks ago ABS staff say data undermined by funding cuts, lack of leadership ABC Online, 2 weeks ago
The Australian bond market is firmer after the US Federal Reserve appeared cautious about raising its interest rate in the new year. Minutes of the Fed's September policy meeting show that officials are in no hurry to raise the central bank's ...Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago
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