DEEWR skilled vacancies disappear

DEEWR fades away:

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  1. 10.9% unemployed. * see below.

    1.5 million Australians unemployed.
    1.3 million Australians seeking work.

    2.8 million Australians unemployed or seeking work
    Record youth, regional & rural unemployment.
    ..yet we have 2.561 million third world unskilled migrant guestworkers inside Australia on pretext visa alibis.

    Plus another 440,000 third world migrant guestworkers on long & repeat stay tourist & visitor visas working illegally (DHA parliamentary submission 5% of the 8.8 million yearly tourist visitors enter to work illegally)

    Nearly 3 million third world unskilled migrant guestworkers on visa pretexts.

    Stealing Australian jobs, destroying our wages & housing, destroying education, degrading our standards of living.

    1 for 1 in a migrant guestworker on a visa alibis for each Australian unemployed or seeking work.

    When is something going to snap?

    Why aren’t our people out on the street in Canberra demonstrating against the corrupt and broken government departments – home affairs & immigration, education & workplace government agencies?

    *Roy Morgan
    April 16 2019 Finding No. 7948 Topic: Unemployment Press Release Country: Australia
    Australian unemployment increased to 1.49 million in March (10.9% of the workforce) with an additional 1.32 million now under-employed as overall employment is down on a year ago

    The latest data for the Roy Morgan employment series for March shows:

    The workforce, which comprises employed Australians and those who are unemployed and looking for work, increased by 65,000 to 13,649,000 on a year ago. However, despite the increasing workforce, now 216,000 fewer Australians were employed in March than a year ago, down to 12,158,000;
    The fall in employment was driven by a significant decrease in part-time employment of 203,000 to 4,228,000. Over the past year full-time employment was virtually unchanged down by 13,000 to 7,930,000;
    The lack of jobs and increasing workforce drove a significant increase in unemployment. Now 1,491,000 Australians (10.9% of the workforce) were unemployed, up 281,000 on a year ago and the unemployment rate is up by 2%;
    An additional 1,321,000 Australians (9.7% of the workforce) were under-employed, working part-time and looking for more work, a decrease of 41,000 in a year (down 0.3%);
    In total a record high 2,812,000 Australians (20.6% of the workforce) were either unemployed or under-employed in March, an increase of 240,000 in a year (up 1.7%);
    Roy Morgan’s real unemployment figure of 10.9% for March is significantly higher than the current ABS estimate for February 2019 of 4.9% although Roy Morgan’s under-employment estimate of 9.7% is comparable to the current ABS underemployment estimate of 8.1%.”

  2. Luckily or Unfortunately all Australians had the opportunity on Saturday too show their like or dislike for the current and future 3 years of immigration and employment policies.