Australia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped to 6.3 percent in February from 6.4 percent reported in January as the economy added 15.6K jobs and the number of unemployed declined by 15.8K.
The seasonally adjusted labour force participation rate decreased to 64.6 per cent in February 2015 from 64.7 per cent in January 2015.
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Australia's Jobless Rate Highest Since 2002
Australia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate increased to 6.4 percent in January, compared with 6.1 percent in December 2014 as the number of employed people decreased by 12.2 Thousand.
Published on 2015-02-12
Australia's Jobless Rate Drops to 6.1%
Australia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased 0.1 percentage points to 6.1% in December of 2014 as the number of employed persons rose and the number of unemployed declined.
Published on 2015-01-15
The number of people employed increased by 15,600 to 11,652,400 in February 2015 (seasonally adjusted). The increase in employment was driven by increases in both full-time (up 10,300) and part-time employment (up 5,300). Seasonally adjusted employment increased for both males (up 9,300) and females (up 6,300) in February 2015.
Seasonally adjusted aggregate monthly hours worked series increased in February 2015, up 13.0 million hours (0.8%) to 1,620.8 million hours.
The seasonally adjusted number of people unemployed decreased by 15,800 to 777,300 in February 2015. The decrease was driven by those looking only for part-time work, down 18,600.
The seasonally adjusted underemployment rate was 8.6 per cent in February 2015, a decrease of 0.1 percentage points from November 2014 based on unrounded estimates. Combined with the unemployment rate of 6.3 per cent, the latest seasonally adjusted estimate of total labour force underutilisation was 14.9 per cent in February 2015, a decrease of 0.1 percentage points from November 2014.