Queensland's unemployment rate under the Palaszczuk Labor Government.

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The latest statistics show Queensland's unemployment rate remains over 6 per cent despite Annastacia Palaszczuk's broken promise to have an unemployment rate with a '5' in front of it, over a year ago.

With a state government that is the least popular amongst small and medium sized businesses, it's no wonder Queensland continues to have an unemployment rate over 6 per cent while New South Wales enjoys its lowest unemployment rate on record.

Under Queensland Labor there are over 161,000 Queenslanders that can't get a job in Queensland's mismanaged economy.

While regional Queensland is crying out for jobs, the Government's own Resource Investment Commissioner has labelled the Adani approval process 'a mess'.

Labor has lost control and it's costing Queensland jobs.

The gap between Queensland and the top performing states continues to widen under this Labor Government.

With our economic plan, commitment to no new taxes, cheaper electricity and backing small business, only the LNP can bring Queensland back to the top of the economic ladder.

Tim Mander MP
Deputy Leader of the Opposition and Shadow Treasurer

 
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