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What unemployment figures really say about Queensland

Professor of Employment Relations at Griffith University, David Peetz, writes in The Conversation (28.1.15) that: ‘Whether you’re a Queenslander getting ready to vote in the January 31 state election, or simply someone interested in employment trends in Australia, Queensland provides a great case study of which jobs figures you should be paying the most attention to.’

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