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chris955 Dec 11th 2012 8:07 am

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

So you believe that unemployment in the UK is significantly higher in the UK.

No

chris955 Dec 11th 2012 8:10 am

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

Originally Posted by steve`o (Post 10426715)
au average 5.2 or 637,400 people out of work
http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/[email protected]%202012
Australian gov stats


uk average 8.1 or 2,100,000 people out of work
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-20323096
BBC business report

now correct me if i`m wrong but dosnt that `clearly show a significant difference? 637 thousand to 2.1 million?

Why do you keep saying 8.1% when it clearly says 7.8% ?

Amazulu Dec 11th 2012 11:01 am

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

Originally Posted by chris955 (Post 10427150)
No

You have previously stated that you believe neither the UK's or Australia's figures. So:
Is 'real' unemployment higher or lower in Australia?
Is 'real' unemployment higher or lower in the UK?

commonwealth Dec 11th 2012 11:43 am

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

Originally Posted by Amazulu (Post 10427410)
You have previously stated that you believe neither the UK's or Australia's figures. So:
Is 'real' unemployment higher or lower in Australia?
Is 'real' unemployment higher or lower in the UK?

maybe it's best to leave him alone or he might have a hissy fit.

chris955 Dec 11th 2012 12:26 pm

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

Originally Posted by Amazulu (Post 10427410)
You have previously stated that you believe neither the UK's or Australia's figures. So:
Is 'real' unemployment higher or lower in Australia?
Is 'real' unemployment higher or lower in the UK?

No

chris955 Dec 11th 2012 12:27 pm

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

Originally Posted by commonwealth (Post 10427446)
maybe it's best to leave him alone or he might have a hissy fit.

Why would I have a 'hissy fit' ? That is more your style to be fair.

moneypenny20 Dec 11th 2012 1:42 pm

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 
Oh ffs, pack it in. Either give bullshite stats and/or facts or stay away.

Bernieboy Dec 11th 2012 1:45 pm

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

Originally Posted by moneypenny20 (Post 10427659)
Oh ffs, pack it in. Either give bullshite stats and/or facts or stay away.

No swearing please,you'll only inflame the situation:ohmy:

moneypenny20 Dec 11th 2012 1:49 pm

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

Originally Posted by Bernieboy (Post 10427665)
No swearing please,you'll only inflame the situation:ohmy:

Sorry dad.

Bernieboy Dec 11th 2012 1:51 pm

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

Originally Posted by moneypenny20 (Post 10427675)
Sorry dad.

That's what dad's are for:wub:

commonwealth Dec 11th 2012 8:15 pm

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

Originally Posted by chris955 (Post 10427503)
Why would I have a 'hissy fit' ? That is more your style to be fair.

:rofl: sorry do you have stats to back it up? :lol:

Bibbs Dec 11th 2012 10:27 pm

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

Originally Posted by renth (Post 10427121)
The problem with the unemployment numbers it they are all made up and fudged to reflect what the powers that be want you to think.

Same with the inflation figures. All lies.

They also vary from person to person depening on what your profession is, your location and what your family life is.

In the UK I didn't see unemployment at all because all my friends were young, in IT type companies and throughout the Thames Valley area.

Inflation was an issue, as my hobbies/lifestyle involved things where the prices went up greater than inflation.

Currenlty my biggest expendatures are house/car .. and with interest rates dropping, my inflation is technically negative.

Amazulu Dec 12th 2012 12:49 am

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

Originally Posted by chris955 (Post 10427500)
No

You have previously stated that you believe neither the UK's or Australia's figures. So:
Is 'real' unemployment higher or lower in Australia?
Is 'real' unemployment higher or lower in the UK?

commonwealth Dec 12th 2012 2:48 am

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

Originally Posted by Bernieboy (Post 10427679)
That's what dad's are for:wub:

Dads

bcworld Dec 12th 2012 3:04 am

Re: Australia economy/bubble/fiscal cliff/recession 'stuff'
 

Originally Posted by commonwealth (Post 10428670)
Dads

dads


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