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Survey reveals rising wa farm confidence

Survey reveals rising wa farm confidence

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Survey results suggest increasing confidence among farm workers in the agricultural sector and rising wages indicate more confidence in the 바카라사이트future of farming.

The survey of 1,001 farming owners and managers showed they said a key concern in the future of the economy was ensuring farm owners have sufficient income to meet their living costs.

The survey showed more than three-quarters thought farmers would be hard pressed in the near future to sustain their businesses, with only 28 per cent saying they had enough money to meet their bills.

Only 17 per cent agreed that they had not been able to find jobs.

The overall confidence of farmers, including those with high levels of expertise, was higher than it had been for the past five years.

As many farmers with higher skills had high levels of confidence than those with lower skills, according to the survey.

The survey also found that farmers’ confidence was more important than their ability to provide jobs, and that the increase in confidence was greatest among those with higher levels of industry expapronxerience.

The survey also revealed almost six in ten, or 70 per cent, were optimistic about the future of agriculture in Australia and more than half, or 55 per cent, expected the economy would improve, with 39 pe더킹카지노r cent saying they expected the economy to return to its previous level of growth and 28 per cent expecting the economy to be very bad in the next 5 years.

Fertility and workforce growth

The survey said women were increasing their economic and financial influence in a way that has yet to be seen in Australia, with women representing 13 per cent of workers in farming and 17 per cent of farmers in the industry.

Fertility among women in Australia has been rising for decades, with a recent surge in births, although this has not been evenly distributed, the survey revealed.

In rural areas, fertility is about the same across countries.

The survey found one in ten young Australian men and young women believe they do not have enough education for the job market, and one in five say they will not be able to find a job with enough job training.

It is likely those with low levels of education are less likely to find work in the industry than those with high levels of education.

The survey also found that more than one in five women surveyed was in the workforce for any given week, but these were held steady between April and August.

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