JobKeeper has ended, putting as many as 150,000 Australians at risk of joining the unemployment queue in the near future. If you’re one of those, how can you handle the financial pain?
The Federal Government's $90 billion JobKeeper scheme came to an end yesterday. So what happens now?
Affordable rental properties are harder to come by for low-income earners, especially in locations close to cities, major regions, and where job vacancies are.
With JobKeeper ending in just a few days, Westpac economists have predicted a minor "fiscal slope" instead of the once feared fiscal cliff.
Up to 150,000 Australians could face unemployment when JobKeeper officially ends in just a few days.
The end of the Federal Government's JobKeeper scheme at the end of March is expected to result in 110,000 lost jobs.
A recent survey of industry leaders shows many prefer 'soft skills', such as communication and adaptability to technical skills in the workforce.
The much-discussed unemployment payment JobSeeker could be permanently increased soon, while JobKeeper could also be partly extended.
Mortgage insurer Genworth's net loss of $107.6m in 2020 signifies a 'challenging' market, with government stimulus 'interrupting' the usual flow of business.
The latest data indicates insolvencies in the retail and hospitality sectors are up 35% over the past fortnight, with numbers at a six-month high in hospitality.