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This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly interviews of 826,017 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 and April 2022 and includes 5,754 telephone and online interviews in April 2022. *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 7.8% in March; lowest for over two years since October 2019

Australian unemployment drops to 7.8% in March; lowest for over two years since October 2019

This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly interviews of 820,263 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 and March 2022 and includes 6,046 telephone and online interviews in March 2022. *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 up to 8.5% in February as Omicron variant slowly recedes around Australia and restrictions ease
This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly interviews of 814,217 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 and February 2022 and includes 6,090 telephone and online interviews in February 2022. *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 8.2% in January as the Omicron variant caused millions of Australians to miss work
This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly interviews of 808,127 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 and January 2022 and includes 6,057 telephone and online interviews in December 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 unchanged at 9.2% in November – the first month after the end of the NSW and Victoria lockdowns
This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly interviews of 797,592 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 and November 2021 and includes 6,032 telephone and online interviews in November 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 9.2% in October – as over 12 million Australians are released from long lockdowns
This Roy Morgan survey on Australia’s unemployment and ‘under-employed’* is based on weekly interviews of 791,560 Australians aged 14 and over between January 2007 and October 2021 and includes 7,407 telephone and online interviews in October 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 9.5% 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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