Labour crunch: NZ unemployment hits lowest level on record
Unemployment has fallen sharply to 3.4 per cent in the September quarter, StatsNZ said this morning.
This is the lowest level since the start of the Global Financial Crisis in 2008.
The last time unemployment was below 4 per cent was in June 2008, shortly before the worst effects of the GFC hit the economy.
The current rate is on par with the previous record low set in December 2007.
So locking NZ off to hyper tourism, migrant workers exploitation and international student exploitation has been great for workers!
Without the smorgasbord of migrant workers and international students to exploit, NZ bosses have been forged to hire locals!
Isn’t it wonderful seeing them forced to hire Kiwis minus all their bullshit lies about us being lazy?
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