Labour markets in all three of the most populous cities have to some extent benefited from rising levels of apartment construction.
The employment outlook around the traps remains somewhat mixed.
Of course, month to month figures needn't mean too much, but over the past four years since July 2011 the Adelaide economy has lost nearly -8,500 jobs.
This is truly a shocking result for a capital city economy and something needs to be done given that the closure of the car manufacturing industry also lies ahead.
And, if so, long may that dynamic continue.