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Roy Morgan Monthly Unemployment & Under-employment - May 2017

Over 2.6 million Australians were unemployed or under-employed in May

This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly face-to-face interviews of 535,118 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 – May 2017 and includes 3,866 face-to-face interviews in May 2017.
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Roy Morgan Unemployment & Under-employment - April 2017 - 17.6%

2.3 million Australians unemployed or under-employed in April

This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly face-to-face interviews of 531,252 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 – April 2017 and includes 5,392 face-to-face interviews in April 2017.
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Roy Morgan Monthly Under-employment Estimate - March 2017 - 17.7%
This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly face-to-face interviews of 525,860 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 – March 2017 and includes 4,040 face-to-face interviews in March 2017.
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Roy Morgan Monthly Unemployment - February 2017 - 9.4%
This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly face-to-face interviews of 521,820 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 – February 2017 and includes 3,976 face-to-face interviews in February 2017.
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Unemployment measurement is "absurd" says Australian historian Geoffrey Blainey

Unemployment measurement is “absurd” says Australian historian Geoffrey Blainey by Gary Morgan, Michele Levine and Julian McCrann, Roy Morgan Research

Renowned Australian historian Geoffrey Blainey has correctly identified the real problem facing the Australian economy in 2017 – the absurd measurement of unemployment means the true level of real unemployment and under-employment is under-reported. As Blainey correctly pointed out in an interview on the ABC 7.30 Report last Friday, someone who works for only one hour a week being classified as employed is “absurd”.
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