ABC’s Marketplace’s new job search feature ‘can save you hundreds’

Marketplace’s job search is the latest example of how a service such as JobSaver can be used to make a real difference to the lives of Australians.

Key points:The service will allow people to search for a job in their local market and also for jobs in the regionThe ABC has been using JobSavers to help people find a jobIn addition, people who have a job will also be able to apply to jobs in their communityThe service allows people to view job vacancies in their area, and also to apply for jobs across the regional region, and apply to a number of local jobs on the local market.

“In a busy market like Sydney or Melbourne, people often search for jobs on their own or search for new work,” Mr Huggins said.

“We know that job vacancies can be a real drain on local communities.”

But with JobSaving, we’re helping people find jobs in local markets where they’re already qualified.

“And it will also let people apply to local jobs across their region.”

JobSaving was originally launched in 2016, with a goal of helping people to find work in their market.

Now, with the launch of the new JobSaves program, the ABC is using it to help thousands of Australians find work.

Mr Huggons said the service was already being used in Sydney and Melbourne to help unemployed people find work, as well as in parts of Queensland and Western Australia.

“JobSavers is an excellent way for people to help their local communities find jobs,” he said.

“They’re helping more people find good work than we’ve ever seen before.”

A sample of JobSaved applications that were uploaded in the last two months are below:If you’re unemployed, you can apply for the jobs in your local area.

The ABC can’t confirm whether all applications submitted through the JobSave service have been successful.

Mr Juggins says it’s vital to highlight that JobSafes are not a replacement for job interviews.

“It’s a really good way for you to find a real job, and it’s a good way to work in the local community,” he told the ABC.

“So if you want to work as a taxi driver or a cleaner, it’s probably not a good idea to go to a job interview where you’re trying to find something that is more likely to be your calling card.”

If you have a disability, you should contact the ABC to discuss a job.

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