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MNI BRIEF: Aussie Job Ads Fall, Hints At Labour Demand Peak

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The Reserve Bank of Australia received more evidence that job market tightness may be easing as NAB/SEEK new job ads fell 5.2% m/m in September, the fourth consecutive monthly decline.

New jobs ads, as measured by the online jobs website, are down 10.2% from their May peak and echoes a cooling in labour demand revealed in the 0.5% m/m decline in ANZ job ads in September. (See MNI BRIEF: ANZ Job Ads Ease; RBA Still Sees Tight Jobs Market). SEEK job ads remain 53% above pre-pandemic levels.

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The Reserve Bank of Australia received more evidence that job market tightness may be easing as NAB/SEEK new job ads fell 5.2% m/m in September, the fourth consecutive monthly decline.

New jobs ads, as measured by the online jobs website, are down 10.2% from their May peak and echoes a cooling in labour demand revealed in the 0.5% m/m decline in ANZ job ads in September. (See MNI BRIEF: ANZ Job Ads Ease; RBA Still Sees Tight Jobs Market). SEEK job ads remain 53% above pre-pandemic levels.

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