In a statement, the company said five sectors had the highest job growth rates: science and technology; education and training; mining, resources and energy; healthcare and medical; and insurance and superannuation.
As far as salary growth was concerned, the industries that showed the most increase were banking and financial services; advertising, arts and media; retail and consumer products; community services and development; and sport and recreation.
Only the ACT (+5.3%) and Tasmania (+0.9%) showed an increase in job ad volume.
SEEK ANZ managing director Kendra Banks said: "As we know, June is the last month of the financial year and tends to be a quieter month for job ad volume. We have seen a continued decline of job ad growth this month extending the trend of 2019.
"However, the first few months of a new financial year - with businesses setting new priorities and budgets being refreshed - normally form the busiest months for recruitment in the whole year.
"It will be interesting to see how this plays out in the next few months, where I believe we will get a clearer picture of the current employment market."
On the salary increases, Banks said: "There has been a slight fall in salary growth in the final quarter of FY19. The peak came in April at 4.1% and 3.4% in May."
Graphic: courtesy SEEK