OK, there are some exceptions, but one of you might have to resign.
Millenials are leading the way when it comes to harnessing increased connectivity.
Centrelink is also trawling social media looking for your complaints.
Lurking in the numbers are several signs that Australia's broader economic trajectory is still rather shaky.
'Honestly we sit in McDonald's to do our work'.
It's something to do with penalty rates.
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You can't have a 'high-wage, first-world' economy with low productivity and aggregate consumer demand.
The Turnbull Government is preparing to argue the case for a $50 billion company tax cut.
$11.7b in rental deductions could help homeless instead of investors.
If you’re in a cup-half-empty mood, it’s time to consider the flip side of being a single mother.
The modern work day culture doesn't leave time for creative thinking.
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Don't lower yourself to the standards of those rocking the boat.
What is it about time on Sunday that makes it worth more than Saturday?
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Sunday and holiday penalty rates have been slashed by the Fair Work Commission.
Cuts to female-dominated industries isn't exactly 'progressive'.
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Workers could lose up to $6000 a year.
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We are a market economy. We are not a market society.
Beyondblue says people with mental health conditions often get bad deals.
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Every government must make trade-offs, but it must also have priorities.
Just find a high-paying job and get your parents to help you. Simple, right?
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The PM will not deny the banks tax relief.
Oh, this is for your wedding? Excuse me while I add 500 percent to that invoice.
Will it attract the same criticism as the new $5 note?
Are creative geniuses born or made?
Ladies, a 16.2 percent discount is calling your name.
Morning price, every damn day.
The latest bargaining chip in crackdown on youth welfare.
Clampdown on electoral allowances in entitlements push would put MPs in jail for 12 months.
'Dumb policy and even dumber politics', Nick Xenophon said.
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Grit, hustle and a stable income: welcome to the entrepreneurial life.
Stop trying to fit 'one more thing' into your overloaded schedule.