LNP job vacancies rise in July: Job vacancy data

More than 1,000 jobs have been lost in the LNP over the past month, with some people saying they will leave their job posts.

The Government has revealed it expects to lose more than 4,000 full-time jobs by 2020, and the number of people in the public sector will fall from 517,000 to 522,000 by 2020.

However, the number in the private sector has risen from 3,900 to 3,980 jobs, while the number employed in the education sector has increased from 1,821 to 1,925.

“While the number is still far below pre-recession levels, it is encouraging that the numbers of people who are leaving their positions is continuing to fall,” said the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) spokesman.

Job vacancy rate The job vacancy rate in July was 3.9%, according to DEEWR data.

But the number has fallen from a high of 4.1% in June.

That has resulted in more people quitting than leaving their jobs, with 4,200 people leaving jobs between June and July.

It has been a tough month for job seekers, with many people saying that they will be unable to find work at all this year.

More than 1.4 million people are expected to lose their jobs this year, with more than 1 million people expected to be unemployed.

DEEWRR data showed the unemployment rate in the past year increased by 0.3 percentage points to 2.5%.

It showed there was a 5.2% fall in the number who were working part-time, with 1.6% of people saying this was the case.

In May, the unemployment was 5.1%.