Thanks to Construction, SA Job Market Doing Well

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The South Australian government is attempting to combat the high jobless rate in the state by announcing a range of infrastructure projects to get underway shortly.

According to figures the SA jobless rate rose to 7.3 per cent in November and 7.2 per cent in December but the state government believes $6 billion worth of construction work planned to begin soon will aid in tackling this high unemployment rate.

The state’s infrastructure minister Stephen Mullighan said people who had lost their jobs in the car industry could seek employment in the construction sector.

The government says road works are a key employment opportunity in the state.


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