Anna Bligh was elected as Premier of Queensland in March. One of her promises was that she would increase Queensland jobs by 100,000 (Apparently unemployment in Queensland is running at a total of 113,100.)
To keep an eye on these jobs (the NLP made a promise to increase the jobs by 10,000, on top of the already planned job making schemes mooted by Bligh's mob), one of the NLP members has started up a site "where are our jobs".
The site is running a "jobometer", and it's currently in the red.
Yesterday, when I first visited the site, jobs were in the red to the tune of about 2,500.
Today I return and they've increased to 6,905.
Here's the site, with some "testimonials" from disgruntled workers, many of them now very concerned about their employment futures..