It’s a question that gets asked quite often in Australia, and is certainly a common one in this country.
The fact is, we don’t have the numbers to prove that we’re actually doing better than the US or Europe in terms of employment and unemployment rates, but the statistics tell a pretty interesting story.
Here are the main findings from the 2016 Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) National Job Vacancy and Unemployment Survey (NJDUS) which includes people who have left work since the start of April 2016.
We know that there are still a lot of Australians who don’t want to get back into work.
We know that the number of people who want to return to work is higher than the numbers who want out.
And there’s good news for those people.
The ABS has released the data for the NJDUS for the month of April.
The first three months of the year have been particularly tough for people looking for work, with almost half of all people reporting they either had difficulty finding work or that they had been unemployed for more than a month.
This is why we have been using a combination of our own data and data from the ABS National Job Search website to see how many Australians are out of work and in unemployment.
It gives us a more detailed picture of the job market than the national unemployment figures.
What you need to know about unemployment and unemployment statistics:How unemployment compares with the national rateThe ABS data shows that in April 2016 there were just under 1.2 million people out of employment.
That is, about 9.5% of the population out of the labour force.
So if you look at the number who had been out of job for more that 12 months, that was roughly 1.8 million people.
This means that there were 9.4 million people who were not actively looking for jobs in April, and that was about 5.5 percentage points higher than at the same point in 2016.
There is also good news here for those who are out looking for a job.
There are a lot more people who are currently unemployed, than there were at the end of last year.
The numbers don’t lie.
If you look just at people who had had a job in April and who are now unemployed, about 4.3 million people have been out for 12 months or more.
This is more than four times the number that were unemployed at the start and more than five times the unemployment rate at the time of the survey.
The good news is that those people who remain out are not all out looking to find work.
Those who have not found a job have been looking for other ways to stay in the labour market.
The ABS data also shows that there is a clear trend in the number choosing to work from work or looking for more hours to stay on the job.
If you are looking for something to do with your day or if you have an ongoing need for work or if something is more pressing, the ABS suggests that you might want to consider taking part in a casual job search.
The unemployment figures are a snapshot of the Australian labour market and show that there has been a gradual shift away from casual work in recent years.
However, the data does not tell the whole story.
It also does not reflect the number working part time, or part-time work that people choose to do, or the number in the private sector.
There are a few important caveats to consider when comparing the NJJUS data with other job search data that we have collected.
First, the NJAUS is based on self-employment, so if you are a person who has been out on the streets looking for some work, or you are part of a family who have been in this position for a long time, you are missing out on some of the data that may be used to measure people in this situation.
Second, if you use an online tool like Indeed, or look at a job site, such as Glassdoor, it’s not always possible to see the entire picture of people’s employment and their unemployment rates.
Third, the information we have about people who look for work from home is often not representative of those who work part- time or are part-timers.
These people are not included in the NJUS, and so we can’t know for sure how well the numbers are being reflected in other surveys.
So to be clear, the numbers we do have tell us that Australians are faring better than other countries in terms, and are actually faring well compared to the US and Europe.
What this means for us is that Australians can take comfort in the fact that the job situation in this place is improving.
The data we have also shows we’re doing well compared with our peers in other countries.
In fact, Australia is one of the countries that has improved the most since the last NJDUs survey was conducted in 2016, which was the year before the Brexit vote.So