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UN-EMPLOYMENT is ready to fall more with the quantity of job vacancies rising to record amounts, fuelling speculation of another interest rate rise. National job openings in the 3 months to August rose 2.9 %, seasonally modified, based on the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Job openings rose by 11.9 percent within the year to August. CommSec shares economist Martin Arnold said with job openings now at a record high, the unemployment rate was set to drop below 4 per cent - from its present 4.3 per cent - as business conditions motivated businesses to find more staff. 'The Australian economy is producing strong growth and business conditions are essentially as effective as they get,' he explained. Clicking visit my website by searching webpages. Nevertheless Mr Arnold said the increase in labour supply, coming from migration, would not make salaries challenges.

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