Australia's Labour Account and Quarterly Experimental Estimates for June 2019

  • Nov 12, 2019 AEDT
  • Team Kalkine

The Australian Bureau of Statistics released Australia’s labour account and quarterly experimental estimates for June 2019 today. During the period:

  • The number of filled jobs was up by 67,400 to 14.3 million (considered in seasonally adjusted terms).
  • Main jobs soared by 101,800 while the secondary jobs slumped by 34,400.
  • Hours actually worked were up by 12.5 million to 5.4 billion (hours).
  • The labour income was up by $2,515 million, consequently taking the avg. labour income per employed person to $19,065.


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