The Labour Force data tends to be quite erratic, but a seemingly phenomenal result in February with the economy adding a massive 80,500 full-time jobs - while shedding 33,000 part time positions - for a net gain in employment of a little over 47,000.
Monthly numbers do flip around a fair bit (there was a similarly suspicious rogue print last year due to sample rotation) so the numbers are only ever likely to be indicative as much as anything else.
The job gains were led by Queensland and New South Wales.
All states have added jobs over the past 12 months with the exception of South Australia which continues to struggle and shed jobs.
As the mining construction boom unwinds, NSW has now taken over the mantle from Western Australia as the state with the lowest rate of unemployment.
Meanwhile unemployment levels are most elevated in the southern states of South Australia (6.7%) and Tasmania (7.3%).
The total number of employed persons increased to 11, 502, 200.
The unemployment rate remained steady at 6.0%, so it is hoped that this number will begin to fall as 2014 progresses.
But nevertheless a great result and lovely to see the economy adding so many jobs.