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More than half of Gold Coast businesses expect to add staff this year!


Coast business leaders hail new era of positivity in latest Griffith University – Gold Coast Bulletin Business Confidence Poll

More than half of Gold Coast businesses expect to add staff this year – pointing towards an employment boost for the Glitter Strip post-Commonwealth Games.

Respondents to July’s Griffith University – Gold Coast Bulletin Business Confidence Poll struck an upbeat tone, with 51 per cent saying they had a positive outlook for the local economy this financial year.

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In addition 52 per cent of the 50 respondents, who come from a range of sectors including development, banking, accountancy and real estate, said they anticipate hiring additional staff in FY19.

Griffith University Pro Vice Chancellor Business Professor David Grant said positive sentiments regarding employment indicate the underlying strength and growing diversity of the Gold Coast economy. Source and complete article can be found at Gold Coast Bulletin.

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