Figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show that the country's monthly unemployment rate has hovered at the 5.5% level since May past year.
Queensland lost 8200 jobs last month, only behind Victoria, which lost 10,000 jobs, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said.
NAB said this is consistent with a robust rate of jobs growth, of around 24K per month based on historical patterns.
In line with the increasing participation rate, employment increased by around 14,000 with part-time employment increasing by 8,000 persons and full-time employment by 6,000 persons in April 2018.
The Australian dollar has been boosted by the data, trading at 75.27 United States cents at 1200 AEST, up from 75.18 USA cents just prior to the release.
But Labor has been quick to douse any celebrations, pointing out the jobless rate is roughly the same as it was four and half years ago and that wages growth remains close to a two-decade low. "Historically, the NAB Survey does a good job at looking through short-term cycles in the ABS data and so we think the labour market continues to improve", said NAB Group chief economist Alan Oster in a statement.
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In the first quarter, gains were recorded in the formal sector, with an increase of 111,000 jobs, while the informal sector added 93,000 while private households added 5,000 jobs, the agency added.
"That means spare capacity in the labour market will remain an issue".
Ms Hunter expected jobs growth to remain subdued for at least the rest of 2018, given weak retail figures in the March quarter and the coming downturn in residential construction.
The strength of employment has been one of the brightest parts of the economy but the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is awaiting a steady decline in the jobless rate and a revival in wage growth before considering an end to its easy policy.
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