What’s changing in the job market?
As Australia’s economy has recovered from the Great Recession, the music, fashion, hospitality, film, retail, publishing and sporting industries have been hit hard by the downturn.
The music industry employs more than 4.5 million Australians and employs around 2.8 million people in the country.
It has experienced a significant slowdown in recent years.
The number of music employees in Australia has been declining, but has not dropped to its historic high of 4.6 million employees in 2015.
However, the Australian Bureau of Statistics has estimated that the number of people employed in the industry in the first quarter of 2019 was down by 1,500 to 3.9 million, or 4.1% from the same period last year.
In the past year, the number in the Australian music industry has fallen by 8,000, or 7.5%.
That is a fall of 1.2%.
The music and fashion industry are still the biggest employers in Australia.
It employs more people than the rest of the country combined.
The fashion industry employs around 11 million people, and the music and music and media industries employ more than 14 million people.
The hospitality industry employs 9.7 million people and the film and entertainment industry employs 4.3 million people or 8.2% of the total.
The mining and mining industries employ just over 2 million people each.
The construction and building industries employ around 800,000 people.
Some of the industries are also affected by changes in technology, such as the introduction of robots.
The industry is also being hit by the impact of the migration crisis, which is expected to hit the industry hard.
In 2019, the migration from Australia to the United States was the biggest in recorded history.
The estimated total number of Australian jobs lost to the migration was $17.4 billion, or 16.2%, which is almost three times as much as the industry’s total lost job losses from the recession.
The government has also cut back on welfare payments, which are used by some of the biggest music, film and music industries to supplement income.
The changes have had a significant impact on the music sector.
The federal government has reduced the benefit rate from 20% to 9.9%, and the rate of tax is down to 14% from 20%.
It also has reduced tax relief for companies in the mining and coal industries.
The impact of these changes has been felt in the employment numbers.
The industries’ total number and total employment has fallen in the past 12 months, but the number and employment of people in music, the clothing, shoe and textile industries has increased.
The clothing industry employs over 9 million people; music and the media industries have over 8 million; and the footwear industry has over 3.2 million.
The Australian Bureau has also revised its estimates for the number who have left Australia, and for how many of those were in the construction and construction and the construction industries.