Unemployment down to 4.2% after post-lockdown hiring spree in Australia’s south-east | ABC News

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A jobs boom after the Delta outbreak restrictions were lifted in Australia’s south-east has seen unemployment plunge to just 4.2 per cent, it’s lowest level since the global financial crisis.

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