According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (A.B.S) in Feb 2017 there were 12,005,000 people working. Let’s call these people group one.
Also, in February according to the A.B.S, there were 738,900 unemployed Australians. Add another 1,018,400 hidden unemployed, that gives you 1,757,300 unemployed people in total. Let’s call these people group two.
Now add groups one and two together to give 13,771,500 people who are either in work or unemployed who want work. These people form group three.
You then take the figure of 1,757,300 unemployed Australians (group two) and divide that by 13,762,300, which is the total number of people in the third group, and then multiply the result by one hundred to give you an unemployment rate of 12.76 percent.
*** Of course, I realize the figures supplied by the Australian Bureau of Statistics are not accurate, but I use their own figures to show that the unemployment rate in Australia is a lot higher than the 5,8 percent that the A.B.S claims. To back up my claim that the unemployment rate in Australia is 12.76 percent or higher, look at how many applications job vacancies received in Melbourne in February of 2017; an average of 66 applications for vacancies. http://www.kozmicdreamers.com/feb-2017 If you are dubious about these figures check out the other months. If you are still dubious check with employment consultants, about the average number of applications for their job vacancies, they will soon set you straight. An unemployment rate of 5,8 per cent would be unlikely to create an average of 66 applications for vacancies, whereas a 12.76 percent or higher rate of unemployment would.
*** Australian Bureau of Statistics ~ http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/6202.0
*** 1,018,400 (HIDDEN UNEMPLOYED) (ABS 6226.0, Nov 2016)
So, if you are still working, spare a thought for the unemployed because one day it might be you. You see, unemployment is only going to get worse, and the percentage of casual, part time, temporary jobs is only going to grow. Unemployment benefits must be brought up to the level of the poverty line, otherwise the results of the unemployment pandemic will be catastrophic for the whole of society. People need to wake up and take action and vote for honest politicians who have the will power to change things for the better. In the meantime, there is one other avenue that can bring about change and that is the power of the referendum. (In due course)
While you’re waiting, please consider watching some of the videos below. Banks, money, politicians and the unemployed are all interconnected. In order to start solving the root causes of unemployment, one has to take into consideration the power of the banks, the corporations closest to them and the corrupt politicians who collude with them. It will make you mad, when you learn how banks and the politicians across the world have conspired to deceive and damage populations for over 250 years
But I hate to leave on a sour note, so I want to mention the idea of cheap affordable housing. Imagine, being able to build a house for less than $14,000 Australian based on a design you created. Australian government, please pay attention and act! For more information please see the videos below.
|SHOCKING POVERTY IN AUSTRALIA||UNDEREMPLOYMENT IN AUSTRALIA||IS AUSTRALIA’S UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BEING MANIPULATED?|
|MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT BANKING; EASY TO UNDERSTAND||WHERE DOES MONEY COME FROM?||97 PERCENT OF MONEY IN BRITAIN IS DIGITAL MONEY MADE BY BANKS!|
|THE FEDERAL RESERVE EXPLAINED IN SEVEN MINUTES||HISTORY OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK||THE FEDERAL RESERVE SCAM EXPOSED IN DETAIL|
|CHEAP AFFORDABLE HOUSING||3D PRINTED HOUSE BUILT IN 24 HOURS LESS THAN $14,000 AUSTRALIAN||EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE MADE DOME HOUSE|
Vile Acts of Evil – Volume 1 – Banking in America
|Web of Debt: The Shocking Truth About Our Money System and How We Can Break Free
The Public Bank Solution: From Austerity to Prosperity
Unemployment And Suicide In Australian Males: A Close Connection
Loans Create Money (The Bank Of England)
|Unemployment duration, schooling and property crime|