MB Fund Podcast: Is Australia’s Jobs Miracle on Borrowed Time? LIVE TODAY

In today’s LIVE webinar (12:30 pm AEST, Thursday 10th October), hear from MB Fund’s Head of Investment Damien Klassen, Chief Economist Leith van Onselen, and Tim Fuller as they cover “Is Australia’s Jobs Miracle on Borrowed Time?”

Over the past 2 years the Australian economy has experienced an unprecedented jobs boom of more than 300 thousand jobs created per annum. In today’s webinar, we take a deep dive into the employment data to examine how Australia’s job market, has changed, and whether this boom is sustainable?

 

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Tim Fuller

Head of Operations at Nucleus Wealth
Financial adviser seeking to make quality investment solutions more accessible to everyday Australians.
Tim Fuller

Comments

  1. Many of the new low/no skill ‘jobs’ have been created in the ‘FIRE” and service sectors. These sectors of the economy tend to shed jobs at great speed during a downturn.

  2. It is amazing to see how many ponzi jobs there are in Australia.

    Town planner, tradie, HR woman, bus driver, computer installer, architect, etc.

    Would so many town planners be needed if we had the same immigration rate as Japan?

    We might have been better off if Japan won the war. Steel production, lithium production, titanium production.