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Networks are much more likely to be the source of a job.
There seems to be an inverse correlation between an out-of-control world and the pursuit of personal control.
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It's the right thing to do. They are parents too.
Old and obsolete are very different things.
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"Coming out to nothing, not being able to support your family... it creates a helplessness."
It's robots vs. retirees in the fourth Industrial Revolution.
We need to properly define inequality before we can fix it.
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Women make up just 28 percent of tech roles in Australia.
A well-written cover letter could be the difference between an interview or a rejection.
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New ABS figures shed some light on which industries are growing -- and which aren't.
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We all lose out when we forget the "fair" part of "Advance Australia Fair".
Some workers do better from free trade than others.
"Journalism is changing. We've got to adapt."
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They want jobs they love going to five days a week.
Across Australia, people are feeling squeezed by stagnant wages and insecure work.
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If you try to please everybody you'll hold back your career.
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When technology and a social conscience come together.
Don't be tempted to tell your boss to rack off.
Latest figures show tradies' positions are the most 'in demand'.
We must challenge existing work practices and create a culture that embraces diversity.
It's a matter of casting a wide net.
Tips and tricks for the all-important job interview.
This situation -- the inequity between what workplaces in Australia are legally obliged to do and what happens in reality -- really felt wrong. And despite implementing various policies that are designed to improve work-life balance, such as flexi-time, nothing seemed to be having a big enough impact.
The first step is actually listening to your employees.
The simple truth is that the bipartisan race to deter and deny ‘irregular’ humanitarian migration has produced punitive policies that destroy lives and actively impede the integration and social acceptance of refugees in Australia. Our policies are costly indeed, in both fiscal and human terms -- and for all refugees.
First, you need to find out if your company is thriving or not.
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If we met in person, sitting around the office table, you would be impressed by my communication skills. You might even wonder whether I am over-qualified for the position. But then, something unexpected happens.
"Illiterate and innumerate" refugees would take Australian jobs or "languish" on the dole and use free health services provided by Medicare, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has said. Mr Dutton was...
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Are you sick of the words "jobs and growth" yet? You sure will be by July 2. And that's not just because we will hear it thousands of times. It's because, deep down, many of us realise that "jobs and growth" is a mantra for a world on its way out.
Internships are not coercion or exploitation. It is a voluntary, mutually beneficial activity where one party recognises that, due to inexperience, their labour is not yet particularly valuable.
CANBERRA -- The Federal government's massive new 'internship' program for unemployed young people has come under fire from critics after Employment Minister Michaelia Cash confirmed at least part of t...