Vacancies data warn of slow jobs growth
The relationship between vacancies and employment is by no means strict, but the level of vacancies and the current rate of growth is probably consistent with employment growth in the one Winstrol 8 Tyg to two per cent range.
That might be enough to stop the jobless rate from rising further, but it's unlikely to be enough to bring it down, at least not in a hurry.
Unemployment fell as low as 5.0 per cent Winstrol Tablets Price in early 2012, but has averaged 6.0 per cent so far this year and at last count in August was 6.1 per cent.
The difference between 5.0 per cent unemployment and 6.1 per cent is about 130,000 extra unemployed people.
What the economy needs in order to generate jobs at a faster rate is faster economic growth.
There are grounds for optimism on that score.
Most importantly is the lower Australian dollar, which will re orient spending by Australian businesses and households to within the local economy and "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" away from foreign suppliers.
The Aussie traded around "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" 93 US cents, give or take a cent or so, from April through to earlier this month, but it's since slipped nearly as far as 88 US cents.
But, at the same time, there Buy Cialis Norway are reasons to be cautious.
The fall in resource sector investment has only just begun and has a long way to go.
And the housing sector, widely tipped to be the driving force behind the economy's Testosterone Enanthate Vs Trenbolone Acetate so called rebalancing, looks to have lost a bit of momentum and might not do much more to boost growth until next year.
A housing market in the process of topping out, which recent prices movement suggests might be happening, means household spending might come under pressure.