The mining and resources industry has not been one of the biggest contributors to job advertising growth in the first half of May, but it is not void of opportunities.
Coronavirus has continued to have an impact on the Australian employment market, with mining and resources jobs declining by 24 per cent in April, according to SEEK’s latest employment report.
Jobs vacancies in Queensland’s resources and energy sector have remained steady, with over half of the 800 vacancies on SEEK being posted in the last fortnight.
Australia’s mining, resources and energy industry has received healthy salary growth despite an overall drop in SEEK job advertisements, according to a recent employment data report from the company.
SEEK has released its July employment report, which indicated the mining, resources and energy sector is the employment market’s third strongest growth contributor.
Recruitment specialist Hays has revealed the skills that are in demand across Australia’s resources sector heading into the second half of the year.
Jobs in the mining, resources and energy sector have experienced one of the highest salary increases of any Australian industry in 2019.
Employment company SEEK has revealed that the mining, resources and energy sector was the third-strongest contributor to the Australian employment market for the month of May.
Online recruitment portal SEEK has reported the mining, resources and energy sector as one of the five biggest industries for job growth over the past year.
Problems facing the coal sector have lowered the demand for mining jobs in Queensland.
The mining, resources and energy industry has joined healthcare and IT as one of the top three drivers of job ad growth in Australia.
Queensland-based auctioneer Lloyds has noted a large uptake of used equipment sales in the civil and mining industries due to an increase in works.
A National Bank of Australia (NAB) business survey has revealed that mining shows the strongest outcomes and confidence among the industries surveyed.
SEEK has reported its weakest month for growth in Australian job advertisements since March 2017 but the mining, resources & energy sector still led the way across all included industries.
Mining resources and energy sector led Australia’s year-on-year rise in job advertisements, according to SEEK’s latest report.
One new job was created every hour in Queensland’s resources sector last month. This amounted to an additional 4400 jobs, with more than 1400 vacancies still advertised online.
Mining, resources and energy has placed first in a new report from employment company SEEK ranking average salaries across 28 industries in Australia.
Employment portal SEEK has released a report showing that the mining, resources and energy industry has taken pole position for annual job growth over the past year.
Queensland is teeming with hundreds of jobs in the resources sector, from Townsville and Mt Isa in the north, to Toowoomba and Roma in the south and in corporate headquarters in Brisbane.
Most regions across Australia have experienced an increase in permanent mining roles on jobs portal SEEK, suggesting renewed confidence in the sector following a five-year mining downturn.