Webjobz.com Releases Latest Australian Employment Statistics in New Article for Job Seekers

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Article lists Australia as highest paying minimum wage country in the world.

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“We released the article as a resource guide so job seekers searching for a career in Australia will be armed with even more knowledge on the Australian employment system

Business Review today announces the recent release of Webjobz.com’s latest article, “Why Australia is the Best Place in the World to Work” set to arm job seekers with employment statistics about the Australian job market, pay rates and most lucrative industries. Australia tops the article as the country paying the highest minimum wages, in US dollar terms, of $15.75 per hour for permanent, full time workers. Workers who are employed on a casual rate basis, with no paid or sick leave, earn rates closer to $20 per hour.

Webjobz.com, one of Australia’s leading Employment websites, currently displays over 87,000 National job vacancies. According to the article, careers in engineering, oil and gas and mining related fields earn the highest full time paying wages while hospitality, tourism, administration, construction and manufacturing industries account for the highest paying on a casual employment basis. “Webjobz.com has seen a tremendous growth this past year. January 2013 marked our highest level of traffic growth showing a 48 per cent increase over the previous month.” John Kirkby, founder, states. “We released the article as a resource guide so job seekers searching for a career in Australia will be armed with even more knowledge on the Australian employment system and what it could mean in regards to pursuing the best career paths available to them.”

Australia outranks countries like the United States which pays a minimum wage of $7.25 per hour; Canada, paying $9.76 per hour and the United Kingdom paying $9.57 per hour. The article lists France as the second highest paying minimum wage country with employees earning $12.55 per hour. Australian job seekers or job seekers thinking about exploring careers in Australia can read the article in full by visiting, http://www.webjobz.com. Webjobz.com enables job seekers to search for both industry specific and nonspecific job postings and can upload their current resumes into the CV database for headhunters and employers to locate.

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Webjobz.com is an International Generalist website that displays jobs for all locations and for all industry classifications. Affiliate sites (employment portals) display jobs relevant to their specialisation and domain location. They cover the Engineering, Oil and Gas, Construction, Mining, Medical, Nursing and Healthcare, Banking, Finance and Insurance, Teaching, Education and Training and IT and computing sectors.

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