Australia Employment Change - Survey - May 2018

Australia Employment Change was projected to be 18800 Persons in May 2018 according to a Reuters/Bloomberg consensus. A Trading Economics poll for the same release indicated the result to be 17200 Persons. According to the TE survey, 80% of total users expected the value to drop from the previous release while 20% of participants estimated an increase.


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12000 Persons
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12000 Persons
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16480 Persons
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16713 Persons
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17000 Persons
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17400 Persons
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20750 Persons
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34200 Persons
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39200 Persons
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