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Australians warned worse still to come after job losses hit record high

Reuters Thursday, 14 May 2020
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison warned citizens to brace for more bad news as data released on Thursday showed the country's monthly job losses rose to a record high because of coronavirus lockdown measures.
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