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The apex bank believed that the present monetary policy conditions would help in boosting the economic growth, in the last meeting of RBA which was conducted on October 2, 2018. These conditions could also control the inflation rate and might also help to decrease the unemployment rate. However, presently weighing over the investors’ sentiments the most talked about meeting between the US and China which would take place in the next month should relieve the concerns of the trade battle.

As per Mr. Debelle, RBA Governor, over the next few years economic growth gradually reduces spare capacity in the labor market, as a pick up in the wage growth looks slow. The labor market remains in decent shape. Since its recent peak in October 2014, to 5.3 percent which falls across all age groups and states and territories. Â

Ahead of the 1.5 percent increase in the working age population, employment has grown by 2.5 percent over the past year out of which two-thirds of these jobs have been in full-time employment. To spark a sharper pick-up in wages and inflation RBA officials are prepared to continue their patient policy, as the above trend economy is awaited. The unemployment rate, however, remains above the RBA's estimate of the rate below which inflation begins to accelerate, despite the solid pace of jobs growth.

‘The extent and timing of the decline in the unemployment rate and the pick-up in wages growth poses a lot of uncertainties’ the Governor said. Before there is seen a material increase in wages growth, the recent international experience indicates that the unemployment rate could decline further. Around a quarter of part-time workers as noted by Mr. Debelle are trying to work on average an extra two days per week.

The Reserve Bank of Australia calculates an underutilization rate of 8.5 percent, when clubbed with the number of hours work sought by the unemployed. To gauge worker, pay RBA uses a range of statistics, but over the last few years wages growth has been low. As the adjustment following the end of the mining boom takes course and the unemployment rate declines, wages growth will continue to pick up gradually.

To find a job the average time has fallen to 15 weeks over the past year, and there has been a decline recently in those who have been unemployed for a year or less. In the number of Australians who have been unemployed for more than a year, there was no fall and stands at 1.25 percent of the labor force.

Mr. Debelle said, over the past two years, according to the Labour Force survey, the industries which have contributed the most to employment growth are health care and social assistance, construction and manufacturing. Because of high demand for Australian beverage products and high-quality food there was a growth in manufacturing jobs, as well as demand for manufactured goods in the mining and construction sectors which now employs one in 10 employed Australians.

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