Scottish singing sensation Susan Boyle, who quickly rose to fame after her appearance on Britain’s Got Talent turned into a global phenomenon, has proven that lightning really can strike twice.
New data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show that 100 000 new jobs have been created in the last three months.
The economic slowdown has forced many businesses to take a good hard look at themselves – how they operate, their business models, and how their employees perform.
It’s been a bumper year for book publishers and sellers, with book sales going strong this Christmas.
Australian employment policy initiatives have helped to minimise job losses during the global financial crisis, as outlined in a report on global labour markets by the International Labour Organisation (ILO).
If you have just finished school, are re-entering the workforce or simply want to change careers – have you considered applying for an Australian apprenticeship?
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If you’re considering working in mining, agriculture, resources or civil infrastructure, there is a new training program being developed to qualify and prepare you for the workforce.
The development of the highly anticipated $43 billion National Broadband Network (NBN) is expected to provide huge benefits to both businesses and individuals throughout Australia.
In a broad sense, criminology is the study of crime, criminals, their behaviour, and society’s definition of, and response to, crime and crime prevention, as well as how we treat criminals via corrections.
A new national program will encourage city doctors to work in rural areas to expand their skills and give remote doctors a break.
In an effort to improve opportunities for women in leadership roles in the Royal Australian Navy, the Australian Government is expanding its Navy Women’s Leadership Program in 2010.
The manufacturing sector is off to a positive start this year with an increase in new orders and exports.
If you find yourself dreading the sound of the alarm, dragging yourself into work and wishing your day (and life) away, it might be time to think about changing jobs – and maybe even totally transforming your career.
If you’ve got a way with words, images, people and strategy, and are plugged into what’s ‘now’, you could have what it takes to enjoy a successful and stimulating career in marketing.
In recent years, social media has been revolutionising the way people find jobs. Social media is now becoming a job in itself, with many people turning their blog or website into a viable moneymaker.