Employment in Australia is picking up gradually after the massive losses triggered by COVID-19 lockdowns.
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), between mid-May to mid-June, the total payroll jobs rose by 1.0%, although they were still 6.4% down by mid-March.
The recovery in payroll jobs between mid-April to mid-June signifies about 30% of the employments primarily lost. Moreover, between mid-May to mid-June, the easing in lockdown restrictions witnessed payroll jobs rising rapidly for the under 20s, up by 4.1%.
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