Australia's unemployment rate rose to 4.1% in April, up from 3.9% in March.

Employment increased by around 38,000, but the number of unemployed rose by 30,000, according to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

The employment-to-population ratio remained steady at 64%, indicating balanced growth with the population. Underemployment rose to 6.6%, with the underutilisation rate at 10.7%.

Trend data showed unemployment at 4.0%, with steady employment growth and hours worked. The participation rate has been consistently high, and the underemployment rate stayed at 6.6%.

The labour market remains relatively tight, reflecting broader economic trends.