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The US labour market might be weaker than the unemployment rate suggests
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The US labour market might be weaker than the unemployment rat...

When the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its newest jobs report a little over three weeks ago, economic forecasters and analysts received some welcome news: the unemployment rate had held steady at 4.9 percent for the month of August. Not long ... World Economic Forum, 2 weeks ago
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Nigeria's unemployment rate rises to 13.3% -NBS

Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige Ifeanyi Onuba, Abuja The National Bureau of Statistics on Wednesday said the country's unemployment rate has risen from 12.1 per cent in the first quarter of this year to 13.3 per cent as at ...
 Nigeria Punch1 month ago Alberta unemployment steady at 8.5% but Calgary's climbs to 9.5%  CBC2 weeks ago | Nigeria's unemployment rate rises to 13.3%  News24 Nigeria1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Labour force: We're moving part-time as the jobs market hollows out

Employment climbed 26,200 in July, according to figures released by the Bureau of Statistics on Thursday, but the jump was the net result of a 45,400 slide in full-time employment offset by an unusually large 71,600 jump in part-time employment. ...
 Queensland Country Life2 months ago Rise in part-time jobs dents wage growth in Australia  The Gulf Today1 month ago We're moving part-time as the jobs market hollows out  Melbourne Age2 months ago

Malcolm Turnbull shoots himself in foot on Adler rifles

In 2014, the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics reported a huge increase in the theft of legally purchased firearms from homes, mainly in rural areas 80 per cent of nearly 600 incidents of gun theft ("Turnbull under fire on gun laws", October 19). It ...
 Melbourne Age5 days ago
The Guardian Nigeria

Textile union urges government to set up committee on new minimum wage

Issa Aremu Organised labour has advised the Federal Government to immediately constitute the tripartite committee on the review of a new national minimum wage for workers in the country. The General Secretary of Textile Workers Union, Issa ...
 The Guardian Nigeria1 month ago Labour leader wants local production of 41 banned items  The Guardian Nigeria1 month ago Aremu Tackles Sanusi, Soludo over Economic Recession  Sahel Standard1 month ago Nigeria: Labour Leader Wants Local Production of 41 Banned Items  AllAfrica.com1 month ago

Backpacker tax: Labor MP suggests unemployed Tasmanians fill farm labour gap

Federal Labor MP Brian Mitchell wants unemployed Australians to work on farms and fill the gap being created by confusion over the Government's planned backpacker tax . Key points: ABS data shows more than 400 unemployed people in Huon Valley ...
 ABC Online1 month ago
The Guardian Nigeria

I shouted that Nigeria already in recession in 2014, but was abused by those in power Orji Kalu

The recession of Nigeria's economy was confirmed when the National Bureau of Statistics after the economy contracted by 036 percent in the first quarter of 2016 The former governor who spoke to newsmen at the weekend in Umuahia the Abia state ...
 Uncova1 month ago Recession confirmed. Now what?  The Guardian Nigeria1 month ago I Revealed In 2014 That Nigeria Was Already In Recession, But I Was Abused Uzor-Kalu  Uncova1 month ago

19,000 Nigerians lose public sector jobs within 6 months

By News Express on 14/09/2016 Share on Tweet Views: 17 The National Bureau of Statistics, NBS says at least 18,919 Nigerians have lost their public sector jobs between October 2015 and March 2016, The Bureau, which reported a ...
 News Express Nigeria1 month ago 19,000 Nigerian Govt Workers Sacked in 6 months  Naija247News1 month ago 19,000 Nigerians suffer public sector job losses in 6 months  Uncova1 month ago Nigeria: 19,000 Nigerians Suffer Public Sector Job Losses in 6 Months  AllAfrica.com1 month ago

These charts explain the current state of unemployment in Nigeria

Unemployment and underemployment have been on the rise in Nigeria. On Wednesday August 31 2016, the Nigerian Bureau of Statistics (NBS) released the unemployment rate for the second quarter of the year whichshowed that unemploymentrate has risen ...
 JOLLYBOSS1 month ago How the unemployed 'disappear' and why it matters  FatCat17 hours ago Could BoI, state partnership stem Nigeria's unemployment tide?  Nigerian Tribune3 weeks ago Nigeria's unemployment scourge  The Guardian Nigeria1 month ago

ABS may ditch some key economic reports

Budget limitations may force the Australian Bureau of Statistics to dump some of its key economic reports. Source: AAP 13 Oct 2016 - 2:08 PM UPDATED12MINSAGO Australians, economists and financial markets could be left in the dark about ...
 Northern Territory Government1 week ago Nigeria: Housing As Economic Stimulus  AllAfrica.com1 month ago
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