It's increasingly evident that we've reelected a PM and government who have delivered the slowest economic growth in a decade. Not that you'd know it from listening to them.
The federal election might ensure that jobs growth stays strong for another month — but eventually it will succumb to gravity.
The government can shout about strong jobs growth, but it completely ignores that underemployment among women has remained high for decades.
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?
Turnbull claims handing billions of dollars back to shareholders of the largest foreign corporations will encourage them to invest and generate more jobs. Is there any evidence this works?