Top 20 graduates in Australia

Australia’s top 20 graduates ranked in order of their popularity in the country’s top job market according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data.

The ABS data shows there are now more than 14 million Australians with graduate or professional degrees.

That is up from 13.9 million in 2013, and 6.6 million in 2014.

The number of graduates has also increased from 8.5 million in 2009 to 10.1 million in 2018.

The number of Australian people aged 18-34 has been rising at a steady rate of 0.7 per cent, which is slightly higher than the overall population, but also significantly higher than that of many European countries.

The rate of increase in the number of people aged 55 and over is also higher than in most other countries, with the UK having a higher rate than the US.

The rise in Australia’s population is also partly driven by people moving overseas to work.

In 2016, the number working in Australia was almost twice as high as in the UK, the ABS said.

But that trend is likely to be reversing in the future, as the country grows in population.

Professor David Coates, director of the Australian Centre for the Study of Ageing at the University of New South Wales, said the increase in population was a good thing for Australia.

“It means that there are more Australians now, so there are a lot more people out there that are interested in being in this field,” he said.

“And that is the only thing that is changing.”‘

The real value’For many, the new graduates were the most important thing to them.

“We have had an increase in young people coming in to take jobs, and to make their mark,” said one 25-year-old, who gave his name only as Tony.

“They have really changed the landscape, and I really like them.

It’s great.”

He said he was very happy to be able to work in his home town, Sydney, because of the job opportunities.

“I think it is a really good thing.

The real value is going into something like that, and making that happen for yourself,” he added.

Professor Coates said the job market in Australia needed to keep pace with the growth in population, with younger people having the opportunity to work for less money.

“There’s a lot of young people who are just looking to make a good living,” he explained.

“But it’s not all about them, and we need to look at the whole community, and see how we can attract those people and what skills we can give them.”

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