Employers are starting to feel the vicious bite of the global financial crisis and many are cutting back on costs and staff. Don\'t panic, but do prepare yourself so you\'re not the first to go if your company decides to downsize.
Redundancy is becoming a reality for more and more Australians as the global financial crisis takes hold. Uncertain times are forcing many industries to downsize and cut jobs. Growing up during a period of growth and prosperity, many young professionals h
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After a dire week for Australian employment, a glimmer of hope from retail giant Woolworths who have announced the creation of an extra 7000 jobs this year.
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