Business News

WESTERN Australia’s borders are open after almost two years, paving the way for interstate and overseas workers to plug the skills gaps exacerbated during COVID-19.

But historically low rental vacancy rates mean there are few places for these workers to live.

Industry experts describe the issue as a double-edged sword, as an undersupply of labour has led to residential construction delays.

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