Want to study a subject or a degree from home, in your own time? You better hurry – your chance to sign up for Open Universities’ Study Period 2 is drawing to a close.
With controversy and debate circling above the federal government’s resources super profits tax proposal, Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd met with senior mining figures yesterday morning in Perth to discuss the new tax and its conditions.
The University of Melbourne has introduced a new medical program offering 60 full fee-paying places in its four-year postgraduate Doctor of Medicine program, causing outrage from the Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA).
A shortage of trades teachers means that apprentices wanting to enter certain trades industries are having to wait for up to a year to receive basic training.
For most of us who work in office jobs, staying fit and healthy when you’re sitting at your desk all day can be a bit of a challenge, and extra kilos can start to creep on.
While working in an office environment it’s crucial to meet the dress code. After all, the way colleagues and clients view you can help make or break your professional reputation.
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Australian aged care workers have lodged a claim for a 60 per cent pay increase – a rise that would add up to $10 an hour to the hourly wage.
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More Australians are looking for new jobs, or thinking about looking for new jobs than ever, according to a new survey.
With a recent survey revealing that more employees are starting to look at greener pastures, it is more important than ever for employers to look at ways of retaining their staff.
Today’s fast-paced and bustling world requires the modern worker to become a jack-of-all-trades.
Infrastructure and resource-related construction is expected to drive growth in the building sector throughout 2010 and 2011, according to the latest Australian Industry Group/Australian Constructors Association Construction Outlook survey.
Immigration and Citizenship minister, Senator Chris Evans, has put forward a newer, shorter Skilled Migration List (SOL) following advice provided by Skills Australia.
With the mining and resources industries leading the charge in Australia’s economic recovery, the shortage of workers in these areas is set to worsen.
The recently announced Federal Budget has delivered good news for trainees and apprentices, with $660 million to be spent on investment in skills and job creation, including 39 000 new training places for industries suffering skills shortages.