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Monthly jobs growth continues to bounce up and down like a super ball - but the ball is bouncing higher.
Australia's unemployment rate has jumped to its highest level in more than three years and is expected to rise further, boosting the chances of further interest rate cuts.
Economic growth figures are a bit like federal budgets - you get fed bits and pieces before the big day, but even then there are usually some surprises. The budget's not until May 14, but the economic growth figures are looming.
Around 12,300 new ICT jobs are expected to be available in the year to February 2013 with further growth anticipated to 2015 unless Australia enters a minimum two year recession, according to data from the Australian Computer Society.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has adopted social software in the hope of providing greater collaboration across its 3200 strong workforce.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is to set up a massive data processing centre by September next year ahead of the August 2011 Census of Population and Housing.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is looking to get a better handle over the 600 or so applications used across its PCs and notebooks.
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