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Nine2Three Blog

7DecFinal Retro Vlog

Posted on 7/12/2017 by Nine2Three

Here is our final Vlog in the Retro Vlog Series. We hope you have enjoyed looking back in time with us! Here's a great look back to 2014, when Happy was the number one song on the charts and crazy recruitment businesses decided to dance on film!

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15SepAustralia, Work and the 21st Century

Posted on 15/09/2016 by Nine2Three

In Australia, today, there are just under 12 million people employed out of a population of 24.2 million. That is a statistic which often amazes most people, because it means slightly less than half the nation is working ! What is more interesting but perhaps not as surprising, is the subtle change which has been occurring in the Australian workplace since the global financial crisis, back in 2008. Part-time work is on the rise in Australia !

Posted in Building Business | I Need an Economic Update

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4JulThe Age of Uncertainty

Posted on 4/07/2016 by Nine2Three

China, Brexit, the Federal Election and Trump. Financial markets and the economy hate uncertainty and these four issues keep haunting us and undoubtedly will continue to do so for the next year. China’s economy will in all probability continue to slow, Britain’s exit from the European Union is likely to be messy, the results from the recent Australian election make it extremely difficult to pass legislation and we still have the US Presidential election to content with later this year.

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10FebToo much worry not enough hurry

Posted on 10/02/2016 by Nine2Three

Back in the 1980s, economists believed low oil prices were a good thing for many economies including Australia because it had a stimulatory effect. Basically, many businesses are big users of oil (in one form or another), so a low oil price means extra dollars saved for those businesses, which can be directed to expansion or acquisitions. In addition, low petrol prices mean consumers have a few extra dollars left over from filling up the car and can use the money for other expenditure. But apparently, now everything has changed!

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1NovWaiting for Growth

Posted on 1/11/2015 by Nine2Three

During the past six months, the search for growth has been the major theme emanating from CEOs, politicians, the media and our central bankers. The big question is – will we achieve economic growth, while undergoing the largest cyclical downturn in the mining and energy sector, in the past twenty-five years ?

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