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Labourer with class 2 license   Christchurch - City

Drainage Labourer with class 2 license required for ongoing work in Christchurch.

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Labourers required for a job in Rotherham. Transport, meals and accommodation provided.

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Forklift Operator   Christchurch - City

Are you an experienced Forklift Operator?

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Fitters, Boilermakers and Trade Assistants - Various Mine sites  Mackay & Townsville

We seek Tradesmen, Trade Assistants, Riggers to work at various mine sites throughout the Bowen Basin

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Unemployment Rate Sinks to Six-Year Low
A surge in hiring has pushed unemployment to a six-year low of 5.9 percent in September as the U.S. labor market showed renewed strength. Following a payroll increase of 180,000 jobs, September's gain of 248,000 jobs was bigger than previously estimated, according to a Labor Department report

Employment And Wages Edge Up, But Competition Is Still Rife
Gerwyn Davies Labour Market Adviser at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development CIPD comments as follows on official labour market statistics published earlier today by the Office for National Statistics ONS Todays headline employment and pay figures all seem to be pointing in the same positive direction but beneath the surface a more nuanced picture emerges On the upside its encouraging to see such a high proportion of people moving into

Service Sector Thriving, While Manufacturing Jobs Suffer
Naturally this has shifted the areas and industries in which people are working this has been prevalent in Wales says Ceri Leath director at Now Careers Cardiff Over the past 12 years the number of opportunities available within the manufacturing sector has gradually decreased whereas the services sector is now thriving with many individuals across Finance and Professional Services building long term careers within the industry Since the recent investment made