COVID-19 and the Australian labour market: the immediate impact

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Author: Borland, Jeff

Abstract:

The [Coronavirus Disease 2019] COVID‐19 pandemic is a reminder that, when it comes to the makings of human well-being, health is at the top of the pyramid. At the same time, economic circumstances will be a critical element to how most Australians experience the pandemic - and primarily this will depend on what happens to them in the labour market. This Snapshot describes potential immediate effects on labour supply and labour demand due to the pandemic - and discusses the implications for labour market adjustment and outcomes in Australia.

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Subjects: Labour market; Economics; Employment; Outcomes

Keywords: Economic impact; Economic implication; Economic conditions; Labour economics; Labour demand; Labour supply

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia

Published: Melbourne, Victoria: Department of Economics, University of Melbourne, 2020

Physical description: [7] p.

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Also called: Coronavirus Disease 2019 and the Australian labour market: the immediate impact

Series: Labour market snapshot; no. 56

Resource type: Paper

Document number: TD/TNC 140.421

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