The 9-to-5 day could be a thing of the past as workers start clocking on at different times to ease peak-hour gridlock, save on petrol and boost work–life balance.
Life as an international student in Australia can be daunting. Some of the tricky questions faced by international students will be addressed in Sydney this month at the International Student Exhibition.
Be honest. Did you get your dad a tie for Father\'s Day?
You will remember Dr Chuck Hahn from Career FAQs Weird & Wonderful, the book that takes you on a white-knuckle ride through the world of wacky work.
The federal government released information yesterday announcing its support for a new project to provide full-time employment for Indigenous Australians.
Australia\'s inaugural \'Real Age\' career event, Reinvent Your Career Expo, kicks off in Melbourne on July 26 and 27. It will visit Sydney on October 25 and 26, before making its way up to Brissie in March 2009.
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For those who work in the energy sector, career opportunities and environmental values have long been at opposing ends of the spectrum, until now.
Going back to work after having children can be rather daunting, especially for parents who have spent a lot of time out of the workforce.
As if mining wasn\'t booming enough already, a new report by the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) shows a whopping 90 000 extra jobs could be created in the sector by 2020.
The results are in from the 2008 Hays Salary Survey and, fortunately for employees, it looks like wages are on the up and up, especially if you are in the right state, the right industry and the right job.
Following a four-decade peak in natural disasters in New South Wales, the state government has put $6 million towards training high school students as emergency workers.
Many of the one million Australians living and working overseas are professionals who have packed up their extensive skills and taken them abroad gaining invaluable career and life experience.
Australians are good at lots of things. We are world class when it comes to relaxed attitudes, VB drinking and swanning around the beach at Christmas time. But networking is a lost art on Aussie shores.
The key to finding a career that will weather all manner of economic hurricanes, is to find a job that will stand strong despite the economic downturn caused by the 2008 world financial crisis.
Christmas is about giving – not just expensive gifts for family and friends, but also your time. What better way to get into the Christmas spirit than to volunteer with one of the many organisations that are overburdened during the silly season?