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Australian unemployment drops to 9.5% in August – as lockdowns force contractions in key workforce estimates
This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly interviews of 778,122 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 and August 2021 and includes 7,446 telephone and online interviews in August 2021. *The ‘under-employed’ are those people who are in part-time work or freelancers who are looking for more work.
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Australian employment dropped by 176,000 in July as all five mainland States experienced lockdowns

Australian employment dropped by 176,000 in July as all five mainland States experienced lockdowns

This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly interviews of 770,676 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 and July 2021 and includes 5,992 telephone and online interviews in July 2021. *The ‘under-employed’ are those people who are in part-time work or freelancers who are looking for more work.
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Unemployment and under-employment soar in Queensland during the pandemic but are relatively unchanged in NSW & Victoria
This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly interviews of 764,684 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 and June 2021 and includes 13,526 interviews in December quarter 2019 and 18,837 interviews in June quarter 2021. *The ‘under-employed’ are those people who are in part-time work or freelancers who are looking for more work.
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Australian unemployment drops to 9.4% in June – before three States enforce COVID lockdowns

Australian unemployment drops to 9.4% in June – before three States enforce COVID lockdowns

This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly interviews of 764,684 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 and June 2021 and includes 6,051 telephone and online interviews in June 2021. *The ‘under-employed’ are those people who are in part-time work or freelancers who are looking for more work.
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Australian unemployment increases to 10.3% in May – a month after the end of JobKeeper

Australian unemployment increases to 10.3% in May – a month after the end of JobKeeper

This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly interviews of 758,633 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 and May 2021 and includes 7,028 telephone and online interviews in May 2021. *The ‘under-employed’ are those people who are in part-time work or freelancers who are looking for more work.
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Australian employment hits a record high above 13 million in April – unemployment down, but offset by rising under-employment
This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly face-to-face interviews of 751,605 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 and April 2021 and includes 5,758 telephone and online interviews in April 2021. *The ‘under-employed’ are those people who are in part-time work or freelancers who are looking for more work.
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Roy Morgan Unemployment & Under-employment (2020-2021)

Australian unemployment drops to its lowest for a year as employment increases again in March

This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly face-to-face interviews of 745,847 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 and March 2021 and includes 5,959 telephone and online interviews in March 2021. *The ‘under-employed’ are those people who are in part-time work or freelancers who are looking for more work.
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