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Sydney’s inner and beachside suburbs have the lowest unemployment rates

Sydney’s inner and beachside suburbs have the lowest unemployment rates
Sydney’s inner and beachside suburbs have the lowest unemployment rates

Sydney’s inner and beachside suburbs, along with Darwin and Bunbury in Western Australia, boast the country’s lowest unemployment rates, Fairfax reports.

While the national unemployment rate remained steady in May at 5.8%, rates for individual cities, suburbs and towns differ markedly.

The Sydney CDB, along with its eastern and inner-southern suburbs, hold the nation’s lowest unemployment rate at 2%, followed by Sydney’s northern beaches, Darwin and Bunbury at 2.3%.

Meanwhile, Ipswich in Queensland, south-eastern Tasmania and western NSW rank among the toughest places to find work.

This article first appeared on SmartCompany.

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