As part-time work skyrockets, so too does underemployment. But what can we do about this, and what effect is it having on our mental health?
If the June quarter Consumer Price Index data indicates the slightest shift in inflation, monetary policy obsessives will be raging about the need for a rate rise.
Healthcare and education provided much of the strong jobs growth in 2017, but it's slowed right down this year. Will we see a permanent transition away from these key sectors?
Victorian Labor has grabbed headlines by threatening to send dodgy bosses to jail, but it might not be so easy to put in action.
A major employer survey makes a mockery of the government's insistence wages growth is going to start any day now.
Unusually, the Turnbull government has presided over policies that have driven strong growth in female employment. We should get used to it.
Much of the big surge in jobs growth this year has come in the health sector. But it also appears to be the result of a flexible economy -- and while we've always been told that's good, it comes with its own problems.
The US debt has shot up almost $65 billion in two weeks. These, and other numbers, are raising eyebrows among observers.
If the government can stop obsessing about itself for five minutes, it might realise it can't keep pretending wages growth is just around the corner.