THE National Tertiary Union has finally responded to James Cook University’s plans to axe 13 positions from Cairns, saying it is “wrong move.”
THE job market has changed a lot in the past 30 years. Jobseekers can hedge their bets by applying for work in one of these nine growth sectors.
MELBOURNE or Sydney perhaps? Nope, you have to go a lot further to get to the suburbs full of people who are quietly making a fortune.
There is an abundance of employment opportunities in the Clarence in fields such as finance, construction and aged care.
MANY Australians need to get over the loss of manufacturing jobs if we don’t want to miss out on a $2.2 trillion boom.
MOST of what students are learning is irrelevant by the end of their degree. The jobs are changing — and they’re getting weirder.
FIFO workers are bogged down with relationship problems, battling high levels of stress and are concerned by the stigma of mental health, a new study says.
WORKERS may soon be needed for jobs that don’t yet exist, such as creating organs with 3D printers, runing virtual reality work spaces, or designing personalities...