Unemployment rate improves for Colac

Colac’s Bulla Dairy Foods frozen operations manager Kylie Vallins, left, with product handler Lori-Grace Stephens at the company’s Connor Street site. Ms Stephens started work at Bulla in December and helped contribute to a fall in Colac’s unemployment rate from 9.1 per cent in September to 8.8 per cent in December.

OLAC’S Lori-Grace Stephens was one of almost 100 people who contributed to a drop in the city’s unemployment rate after finding work late last year.

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2 Responses to “Unemployment rate improves for Colac”

  1. There’s plenty of people out there that are more than happy to sit on the doll all their life… Its disgusting!
    Then there’s people like myself who are on it for genuine health reasons and get frowned upon due to the others. Sheesh! Id love to be able to go out and work up to 60hrs per week as i used to.

  2. Nice upbeat article…..until the Mayor’s comment.
    So who is declining work and why?
    Where do you get your statistics from Frank?

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