Unsurprisingly, the number of online job advertisements have taken a mighty tumble in April, with the website SEEK reporting that ads fell 65.5% year-on-year and 49.9% compared to the March 2020 figures.
National job listings on the online site SEEK declined by 65.3% during the week that ended on 5 April, the company says, adding that it had decided to issue data about ads out of its regular monthly schedule due to the massive decline that was happening due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Online job advertisements listed by SEEK fell by 7.4% year-on-year in September, the company says, adding that this represented a smaller drop than August which saw a decrease of 8.6%.
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