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Assistant Treasurer Michael Sukkar 

Assistant Treasurer Michael Sukkar said there had been a turnaround in demand for the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme. Image credit: AAP

By Alex Sampson
Wed 20 May 2020

Deloitte Access Economics’ latest Employment Forecasts report, focussed on white collar employment, tracked the expected path to jobs recovery. White collar jobs across all the CBD markets were expected to grow by just 3,000 in 2019-20 and then fall by 85,000 persons in 2020-21. Some sectors, including finance, have a moderate decline now, but may take an extended period to return to early 2020 employment levels.[.....]

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