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Work The rich world is enjoying an unprecedented jobs boom - The Economist
Work The rich world is enjoying an unprecedented jobs boom  The Economist

EVERYONE SAYS work is miserable. Today's workers, if they are lucky enough to escape the gig economy and have a real job, have lost control over their lives.


More jobs in NSW's EGS sector than mining and agriculture combined - The Fifth Estate
More jobs in NSW's EGS sector than mining and agriculture combined  The Fifth Estate

The number of jobs in the NSW environmental goods and services sector exceeded that of the state's agricultural and mining sectors combined, according to ...


Employment Opportunities Rising For African Americans - NPR
Employment Opportunities Rising For African Americans  NPR

Brittany Smith grew up mostly in Detroit, earning a master's degree in public health from the University of Michigan. But when she and her then-boyfriend, Sam, ...


Now Hiring: The latest jobs in the OC - Oil City News
Now Hiring: The latest jobs in the OC  Oil City News

A survey technician, director of student life and a customer *service* attendant are just some of the new positions listed at Oil City! Oil City Jobs,


U.S. Beer Industry Blames Trump Tariffs for 40,000 Job Losses - Bloomberg
U.S. Beer Industry Blames Trump Tariffs for 40,000 Job Losses  Bloomberg

The U.S. beer industry is blaming a jobs hangover on the Trump administration's tariffs.


Working it Across the rich world, an extraordinary jobs boom is under way - The Economist
Working it Across the rich world, an extraordinary jobs boom is under way  The Economist

THE SECOND volume of “My Struggle”, Karl Ove Knausgaard's enormous, maddening, brilliant autobiographical novels, contains some depressing life advice.


Australia has a high rate of casual work and many jobs face automation threats: OECD - ABC News
Australia has a high rate of casual work and many jobs face automation threats: OECD  ABC News

About 36 per cent of Australian jobs face a significant or high risk of automation, according to a new Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ...


Construction woes deepen as work continues to dry up - ABC News
Construction woes deepen as work continues to dry up  ABC News

There appears to be no end in sight for the grinding slowdown in the Australian construction industry, with another sharp fall in the value of work done in the first ...


Canada helps women in Edmonton prepare for high demand and well-paying jobs in construction - Mirage News
Canada helps women in Edmonton prepare for high demand and well-paying jobs in construction  Mirage News

Thursday, May, 23 Edmonton, Alberta Employment and Social Development Canada Canada's changing economy and investments in...


This is the ugliest indicator on Australia's jobs market we've seen in a while - Business Insider Australia
This is the ugliest indicator on Australia's jobs market we've seen in a while  Business Insider Australia

Job advertisements placed on employment platform SEEK are in decline in Australia, pointing to the likelihood that hiring will follow suit in the months ahead.


Business conditions tumble with job prospects hit hard as economy cools - ABC News
Business conditions tumble with job prospects hit hard as economy cools  ABC News

Business conditions have deteriorated sharply, with steep falls in employment prospects, as well as sales and profits, according to the NAB business survey.


Former Inmates Are Getting Jobs As Employers Ignore Stigma In Bright Economy - NPR
Former Inmates Are Getting Jobs As Employers Ignore Stigma In Bright Economy  NPR

In 1998, Ichard Oden committed a crime that got him sent away for two decades. He was 19. He got out of prison in February. Today, he's a 40-year-old man with ...


Punished by the lucrative welfare-to-work industry: 'I was contemplating suicide' - The Guardian
Punished by the lucrative welfare-to-work industry: 'I was contemplating suicide'  The Guardian

The outlook for the most disadvantaged jobseekers is bleak: only a quarter will find work each year. The privatised system is leaving them behind.


Job Growth Underscores Economy’s Vigor; Unemployment at Half-Century Low - The New York Times
Job Growth Underscores Economy’s Vigor; Unemployment at Half-Century Low  The New York Times

The unemployment rate fell to its lowest level in half a century last month, capping the longest streak of job creation in modern times and dispelling recession ...


Construction jobs suffer as activity drops anew - The Australian Financial Review
Construction jobs suffer as activity drops anew  The Australian Financial Review

Construction industry employment fell at its fastest rate in six years in April, as declines in house- and apartment-building, along with weaker commercial work ...


Aussies ‘forced to work more than one job to make ends meet’ - 9news.com.au
Aussies ‘forced to work more than one job to make ends meet’  9news.com.au

The Australian dream has long been to live a middle-class life and have the financial stability to own a fa...


Tech Jobs Lead to the Middle Class. Just Not for the Masses. - The New York Times
Tech Jobs Lead to the Middle Class. Just Not for the Masses.  The New York Times

The great hope for people without a bachelor's degree hasn't yet spread beyond small-scale success stories.


More evidence that jobs and growth are green – and many are in the regions - The Fifth Estate
More evidence that jobs and growth are green – and many are in the regions  The Fifth Estate

Job opportunities in the green economy are growing in number and variety, with batteries and storage now looking like the dark horse winner for jobs growth in ...


Industrial precinct would be a win for employment in Port Pirie, council says - The Advertiser
Industrial precinct would be a win for employment in Port Pirie, council says  The Advertiser

Port Pirie Council hopes a rezoning plan to turn a 58ha former abattoir site into an industrial zone will help generate dozens of extra jobs.


America Is In Full Employment, So Why Aren't We Celebrating? - NPR
America Is In Full Employment, So Why Aren't We Celebrating?  NPR

U.S. unemployment is at a nearly 50-year low. The jobless rate for Hispanics has never been lower. The past two years have been the best job market ever for ...


Refugees missing out on jobs in UK, say humanitarian groups - The Guardian
Refugees missing out on jobs in UK, say humanitarian groups  The Guardian

Refugees are underrepresented in the UK workforce and opportunities for them to contribute to growth and better integrate in the country are being missed, ...


US economy adds 263000 jobs in April. Unemployment rate falls to 3.6% - CNN
US economy adds 263000 jobs in April. Unemployment rate falls to 3.6%  CNN

New York (CNN Business) The US labor market keeps getting stronger. Employers added 263,000 jobs in April, another surprisingly strong month of hiring.


Is Trump’s trade war saving American jobs – or killing them? - The Conversation - US
Is Trump’s trade war saving American jobs – or killing them?  The Conversation - US

With the U.S.-China trade war intensifying, there is a lot of talk about whether tariffs save American jobs – as President Donald Trump claims – or destroy them.


SA unemployment rate rises to 6.1 per cent, as number of new jobs created fails to meet rise in demand - The Advertiser
SA unemployment rate rises to 6.1 per cent, as number of new jobs created fails to meet rise in demand  The Advertiser

South Australias unemployment rate has risen to 6.1 per cent despite 2000 new jobs having been created in the last month, as an increasing number of people ...


Penalty rate cut ‘failed to create one new job’ - The Australian
Penalty rate cut ‘failed to create one new job’  The Australian

Cuts to Sunday penalty rates had not created one new job or prompted business to give any extra hours to workers, admits the small business lobby, which has ...


Labor promises tax breaks for hiring older, younger workers - The Australian Financial Review
Labor promises tax breaks for hiring older, younger workers  The Australian Financial Review

Bill Shorten is promising a tax break worth up to $50000 a year for small businesses to rescue younger and older workers from the unemployment scrapheap.


Considering an MFA? Warning: Hiring in the Arts Industry Has Plummeted 13.7 Percent in the Past Year - artnet News
Considering an MFA? Warning: Hiring in the Arts Industry Has Plummeted 13.7 Percent in the Past Year  artnet News

There has been a significant drop in the number of workers hired for jobs in the arts this year. Hiring was down 13.7 percent in the arts industry between the ...


There's a record number of summer jobs available in Sweden this year - The Local Sweden
There's a record number of summer jobs available in Sweden this year  The Local Sweden

The summer could be the perfect time for newcomers to break into Sweden's labour market – and this year there are more opportunities than ever before.


The Legal and Ethical Implications of Using AI in Hiring - Harvard Business Review
The Legal and Ethical Implications of Using AI in Hiring  Harvard Business Review

Digital innovations and advances in AI have produced a range of novel talent identification and assessment tools. Many of these technologies promise to help ...


Opinion | Has Trump Handed Democrats an Opening in Red America? - The New York Times
Opinion | Has Trump Handed Democrats an Opening in Red America?  The New York Times

President Trump's feckless trade war is bludgeoning the bottom line of the Republican Party's reliable rural base. But the party's disregard for the economic ...


The Case for a $15 Minimum Wage Is Far From Settled - Bloomberg
The Case for a $15 Minimum Wage Is Far From Settled  Bloomberg

Recent research shows different effects on employment, based on the policy specifics and economic context.


DeVos experiment will open work-study to more private-sector jobs - Inside Higher Ed
DeVos experiment will open work-study to more private-sector jobs  Inside Higher Ed

DeVos plans a pilot program that will allow colleges to use Federal Work-Study funds for private-sector employment. Department also seeks to expand ...


'Wicked situation': Jobs in focus as RBA slices forecasts, holds fire on rates - The Age
'Wicked situation': Jobs in focus as RBA slices forecasts, holds fire on rates  The Age

The winner of the May 18 federal election faces a slowing economy that could put its political agenda on ice after the Reserve Bank of Australia sliced its own ...


Bail out British Steel? Why not Jamie Oliver's restaurants too? - The Economist
Bail out British Steel? Why not Jamie Oliver's restaurants too?  The Economist

BRITAIN'S ONCE-MASSIVE steel industry has ousted away. In 1970 the country was the world's fourth-largest producer, behind only America, Japan and West ...


Choice of jobs in a time of full employment - Wisconsin Law Journal
Choice of jobs in a time of full employment  Wisconsin Law Journal

Gregg Herman is a family-law attorney with Loeb & Herman in Milwaukee. He is board certified in Family Law Trial Advocacy by the NBTA, a fellow of the ...


Gippsland federal election: Candidates share policies, positions - Latrobe Valley Express
Gippsland federal election: Candidates share policies, positions  Latrobe Valley Express

In the weeks leading up to the election, The Express asked candidates in the electorates of Gippsland and Monash (formerly McMillan) a series of questions.


Private payrolls surge by 275,000 in April, blowing past estimates in biggest gain since July - CNBC
Private payrolls surge by 275,000 in April, blowing past estimates in biggest gain since July  CNBC

The U.S. economy added far more jobs than expected in April as payrolls in the services sector grew by the most in more than two years, according to data ...


The economy and full employment: are we there yet? - The Irish Times
The economy and full employment: are we there yet?  The Irish Times

Smart Money : Employers are now shouting loudly about skills shortages, pressure on wages and the impact the housing crisis is having.


PCYC program Fit For Work gets students job ready - Central Western Daily
PCYC program Fit For Work gets students job ready  Central Western Daily

PCYC program Fit For Work gets students job ready ...


Hiring surge pushes US jobless rate to 49-year low - Financial Times
Hiring surge pushes US jobless rate to 49-year low  Financial Times

A hiring surge by US employers drove the unemployment rate to a 49-year low in April, but the strong numbers failed to quell pressure from the Trump ...


The 30 highest-paying jobs in Texas, where everything's bigger — including the salaries - Business Insider
The 30 highest-paying jobs in Texas, where everything's bigger — including the salaries  Business Insider

Everything's bigger in Texas, including salaries. Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we found the 30 jobs with the highest average salaries in the ...


Work in America Is Greedy. But It Doesn’t Have to Be. - The New York Times
Work in America Is Greedy. But It Doesn’t Have to Be.  The New York Times

Long, inflexible hours are the norm. But in a tight job market, more companies are offering flexibility on the when and where of work.


Book Review: 'The Robots are coming! Future of Jobs in the Age of Automation' - Big Think
Book Review: 'The Robots are coming! Future of Jobs in the Age of Automation'  Big Think

Andres Oppenheimer's book on the future of work and automation. Book review about the book titled The Robots are coming! Future of Jobs in the Age of ...


Nestle's U.S. Unit Will Slice 4,000 Jobs in Delivery Change - Bloomberg
Nestle's U.S. Unit Will Slice 4,000 Jobs in Delivery Change  Bloomberg

Nestle SA's U.S. unit will dismiss about 4000 workers as it stops delivering frozen pizza and ice cream directly to stores and transitions to a warehouse model ...


'A mountain of red tape': Shorten's casual conversion plan slammed as 'nanny state' move - Sydney Morning Herald
'A mountain of red tape': Shorten's casual conversion plan slammed as 'nanny state' move  Sydney Morning Herald

Labor leader Bill Shorten's promise to give casual workers a right to convert to permanent status would create "a mountain of red tape" and swamp the ...


Rotorua service aiming for more inclusive community through disability employment - New Zealand Herald
Rotorua service aiming for more inclusive community through disability employment  New Zealand Herald

Work Together Rotorua is encouraging businesses to come forward and learn more about employing people with disabilities, in turn helping to make Rotorua a ...


Alabama logs record-high jobs in April fourth month in a row - Yellowhammer News
Alabama logs record-high jobs in April fourth month in a row  Yellowhammer News

Alabama continues on its path of record high employment and record-high job count, according to the latest report from the Alabama Department of Labor for the ...


Jobless Rate Falls to Lowest in Nearly 50 Years as Employers Ramp Up Hiring - The Wall Street Journal
Jobless Rate Falls to Lowest in Nearly 50 Years as Employers Ramp Up Hiring  The Wall Street Journal

The U.S. labor market showed historic strength in April, with employers hiring at a faster pace and the unemployment rate falling to a half-century low.


New Jobs Driven by Tourism Boost Employment in Greece - GTP Headlines
New Jobs Driven by Tourism Boost Employment in Greece  GTP Headlines

The launch of the tourism season in Greece created additional new jobs in April, according to data from the Greek Labor Ministry's Ergani system.


Five insider tips for job seekers in Switzerland - The Local Switzerland
Five insider tips for job seekers in Switzerland  The Local Switzerland

For foreigners, job seeking in Switzerland can seem overwhelming – but according to experts the best place to start is with a positive mindset and a hunger for ...


Top 25 fastest-disappearing jobs in the US - Fox Business
Top 25 fastest-disappearing jobs in the US  Fox Business

If you're searching for the perfect career or thinking about switching fields, you may want to do your homework first.


Early Uber investor Bill Gurley evangelizes the social benefits of the work-when-you-want-to gig economy - CNBC
Early Uber investor Bill Gurley evangelizes the social benefits of the work-when-you-want-to gig economy  CNBC

"You can't go to Starbucks Monday, Tuesday and then take four days off," venture capitalist Bill Gurley says.


Young man applies for 400 jobs in two years - and is still unemployed - Mirror Online
Young man applies for 400 jobs in two years - and is still unemployed  Mirror Online

Jake Hopes applies for about four jobs a week and has been rejected by Pizza Hut, Asda and many other employers.


With Workers Hard To Find, Immigration Crackdown Leaves Iowa Town In A Bind - NPR
With Workers Hard To Find, Immigration Crackdown Leaves Iowa Town In A Bind  NPR

One morning a year ago, federal immigration agents swept into the Midwest Precast Concrete plant in Mount Pleasant, Iowa, and arrested 32 men who were ...


OPM: Job cuts could be part of the 'executive playbook' - FCW.com
OPM: Job cuts could be part of the 'executive playbook'  FCW.com

The Office of Personnel Management is telling agencies that workforce cuts may be in order was they rely more heavily on new technologies. In a memorandum ...


Summers: Fewer teens are looking for summer jobs - Lansing State Journal
Summers: Fewer teens are looking for summer jobs  Lansing State Journal

The rate of teenagers looking for summer jobs has fallen significantly. One contributing factor to the decline: Rising state and local minimum wages.


10,000 positions added to Cairns region in past six months - The Cairns Post
10,000 positions added to Cairns region in past six months  The Cairns Post

MORE than 10000 jobs have been added to the Cairns economy over the past six months in a trend that is expected to continue.


Bill Shorten's promise of a living wage is both realistic and necessary. But it's not enough - The Conversation AU
Bill Shorten's promise of a living wage is both realistic and necessary. But it's not enough  The Conversation AU

It ought to be possible to replace Australia's minimum wage with a higher "living wage" without putting people our of work, but more will be needed.


Top 5 best jobs going in Cairns and the Far North right now - The Cairns Post
Top 5 best jobs going in Cairns and the Far North right now  The Cairns Post

We've compiled a list of the six most awesome jobs going in Far North Queensland at the moment from the SEEK website. From a boat captain to a wildlife guide ...


Here are the most in-demand jobs in the UAE in 2019 - What's On Dubai
Here are the most in-demand jobs in the UAE in 2019  What's On Dubai

A new report by Robert Half UAE has revealed that the most in-demand jobs are within the sectors of finance, tech, human resources and law.


Cannabis, Marijuana, Weed, Pot? Just Call It a Job Machine - The New York Times
Cannabis, Marijuana, Weed, Pot? Just Call It a Job Machine  The New York Times

As legalization spreads, listings for cannabis-related positions on recruitment sites have soared. But working in the industry comes with caveats.


Most States Won by Trump in 2016 Stand to Lose in Long Tech Trade War With China - Morning Consult
Most States Won by Trump in 2016 Stand to Lose in Long Tech Trade War With China  Morning Consult

As President Donald Trump crusades against the U.S. tech industry's reliance on Chinese goods and manufacturing, a new analysis from CompTIA shows that ...


2-Tiered Wages Under Fire: Workers Challenge Unequal Pay For Equal Work - NPR
2-Tiered Wages Under Fire: Workers Challenge Unequal Pay For Equal Work  NPR

For years after the Great Recession, employers were reluctant to boost wages. Now a tight labor market is giving workers the leverage they need to demand a ...


Fed Takes a Calmer Stance on Rate Hikes in 2019 - Market Realist
Fed Takes a Calmer Stance on Rate Hikes in 2019  Market Realist

After taking an aggressive approach to rate hikes since 2015, the Fed decided to take a calmer approach in 2019.


Putting Northeast Ohio workers on the map: The road to employment begins with worker mobility - freshwatercleveland
Putting Northeast Ohio workers on the map: The road to employment begins with worker mobility  freshwatercleveland

If she could afford a car, Antaneshia Fletcher could drive to her job at Bloom Artisan Bakery & Café in less than 20 minutes. Instead, she rises at 4:30 am every ...


Should ex-prisoners be denied careers? Pa. bills aim to remove work barriers - lehighvalleylive.com
Should ex-prisoners be denied careers? Pa. bills aim to remove work barriers  lehighvalleylive.com

Some Pennsylvania inmates may prepare for the day when they are free by learning a trade, such as cosmetology, in hopes of being able to find work and ...


Canada’s Best Jobs 2019: The Top 25 Jobs in Canada - CanadianBusiness.com
Canada’s Best Jobs 2019: The Top 25 Jobs in Canada  CanadianBusiness.com

Which jobs have the greatest career prospects in 2019? Here's a list of the top employment options for right now.


12 New Retail Jobs Listed In Scotts Valley, Nearby - Patch.com
12 New Retail Jobs Listed In Scotts Valley, Nearby  Patch.com

Santa Cruz County Employment Opportunities - Scotts Valley, CA - Home Depot; Men's Wearhouse; Comcast are all hiring. Even more jobs ...


SIU changes housing employment policy, allows RAs to have second job - Daily Egyptian
SIU changes housing employment policy, allows RAs to have second job  Daily Egyptian

After struggling for months for the ability to get a second job, Resident Assistants at SIU have gained the ability to hold a second on-campus job next fall with a ...


US Waffle Company to bring 114 jobs to Pickens County in $22 million manufacturing deal - Greenville News
US Waffle Company to bring 114 jobs to Pickens County in $22 million manufacturing deal  Greenville News

U.S. Waffle Company will be bringing 114 new jobs and a $22 million investment to a manufacturing plant near Liberty.


Graduate employment is up, but finding a job can still take a while - The Conversation AU
Graduate employment is up, but finding a job can still take a while  The Conversation AU

At least in the short term, employment opportunities for graduates seem to be increasing.


Offices Can Be Hell for People Whose Brains Work Differently - VICE
Offices Can Be Hell for People Whose Brains Work Differently  VICE

Work spaces today come with strong smells, harsh light, lots of chatter, and constant messages on email or Slack. For neurodivergent people, this can be a big ...


Unemployment creeps back up to 5pc despite strong jobs growth - ABC News
Unemployment creeps back up to 5pc despite strong jobs growth  ABC News

Another 25700 new jobs, mainly full-time, was not enough to stop the unemployment rate rising as more people looked for work.


Job seekers allegedly offered cash to lie by private employment service providers - The Guardian
Job seekers allegedly offered cash to lie by private employment service providers  The Guardian

Complaints to jobs department's tip-off line say lying was encouraged to help providers falsely claim payments.


Job prospects not all bad for young people in tree-change country - ABC News
Job prospects not all bad for young people in tree-change country  ABC News

The survival of regional towns revolves around the need to train and retain the next generation of willing workers — but are there enough jobs to go around?


IT jobs boom sees TAFE struggle to meet demand for networking specialists - ABC News
IT jobs boom sees TAFE struggle to meet demand for networking specialists  ABC News

Every week, Information Technology head teacher Terry Kofod has employers ringing him at his Illawarra TAFE office wanting a graduate to fill a job.


Employment enjoys a strong start to the year with a flood of full-time work in January - ABC News
Employment enjoys a strong start to the year with a flood of full-time work in January  ABC News

A surge in full-time jobs beats expectations, keeps unemployment steady and sends the Australian dollar higher.


Finance, construction, real estate and retail jobs most likely to be hit in 2019 as house prices fall - ABC News
Finance, construction, real estate and retail jobs most likely to be hit in 2019 as house prices fall  ABC News

Weaker house prices and the fallout from the banking royal commission will mean 2019 will be a weak year for jobs in the finance, construction, real estate and ...


US payrolls shock, adding 20,000 jobs in February - The Australian Financial Review
US payrolls shock, adding 20,000 jobs in February  The Australian Financial Review

February's jobs data provides a reality check that a long-forecast slowdown is arriving in the US.


Jobactive goes digital as jobseekers report feeling 'like a failure as a human being' - ABC News
Jobactive goes digital as jobseekers report feeling 'like a failure as a human being'  ABC News

The Federal Government has unveiled the biggest changes to employment services in two decades, including a digital self-*service* portal and access to ...


Creating a million new jobs in five years is not as tough as it sounds - ABC News
Creating a million new jobs in five years is not as tough as it sounds  ABC News

The Prime Minister has just committed to creating 1.25 million jobs over the next five years, but economists say the pledge is nowhere near as ambitious as it ...


Young people struggling to find work as Hobart revealed as worst capital city for youth unemployment - ABC News
Young people struggling to find work as Hobart revealed as worst capital city for youth unemployment  ABC News

Merri Sims has been looking for a job since July. She's finished year 12 and completed vocational courses, but says it's hard to find a job without experience.


Jobs in Australia: One million Australians work two jobs - NEWS.com.au
Jobs in Australia: One million Australians work two jobs  NEWS.com.au

A record number of Australians need a second job to survive accelerating living expenses which are outpace growth in the size of pay packets. More than one ...


NSW state election: Jobs, employment available in Central West - Daily Liberal
NSW state election: Jobs, employment available in Central West  Daily Liberal

More than 1100 casual staff are needed by the NSW Electoral Commission across the Central West for a range of jobs in the upcoming state election.


Unemployment drops below 5 per cent for the first time in eight years - ABC News
Unemployment drops below 5 per cent for the first time in eight years  ABC News

The unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level in almost eight years, although its move below 5 per cent was largely driven by fewer people looking for ...


Make job creators the most respected people in the country, Mr President - News24
Make job creators the most respected people in the country, Mr President  News24

Cyril Ramaphosa must introduce measures to change the attitudes of all officials who run public institutions with direct and indirect influence on the economy to ...


The 10 Best Jobs Working From Home - Forbes
The 10 Best Jobs Working From Home  Forbes

There are literally hundreds of employers offering jobs from home. The rise of technology and the global economy are making it more necessary and desirable ...


MEET THE CANDIDATES: New faces to be welcomed in Trim - Meath Chronicle
MEET THE CANDIDATES: New faces to be welcomed in Trim  Meath Chronicle

The Trim Municipal Area covers a wide stretch of south Meath, from the outskirts of Navan right down to Castlejordan, a foot of the county jutting into Westmeath ...


Young people on Tasmania's east coast raise lack of employment as key issue as federal election looms - ABC News
Young people on Tasmania's east coast raise lack of employment as key issue as federal election looms  ABC News

In St Helens, a tourist hotspot on Tasmania's east coast, locals say job opportunities for young people are limited, and they're losing out to bigger cities.


RBA baffled by the tension between a weak economy and strong employment - ABC News
RBA baffled by the tension between a weak economy and strong employment  ABC News

The RBA seems to be getting a bit twitchy about the tension between strong employment and low wage growth. The next couple of months are crucial about ...


Job ads slide again ahead of key employment data - The Australian Financial Review
Job ads slide again ahead of key employment data  The Australian Financial Review

The growth in job ads is slowing but still at high levels the latest SEEK employment report shows.


Choosing a career? These jobs won't go out of style - The Conversation AU
Choosing a career? These jobs won't go out of style  The Conversation AU

Sensationalist claims that 40% of jobs in Australia won't exist in the future are unhelpful for young Australians thinking about entering the workforce. The reality is ...


New rules for job seekers prompt warning about another 'robodebt debacle' - The Guardian
New rules for job seekers prompt warning about another 'robodebt debacle'  The Guardian

The government's proposed changes to how job seekers are made to look for work while receiving welfare have been mostly welcomed by stakeholders ...


Jobs boom rolls on with unemployment at its lowest since April 2012 - ABC News
Jobs boom rolls on with unemployment at its lowest since April 2012  ABC News

A big pick-up in full-time work once again offsets a decline in part-time work, as the jobs market maintains its robust growth.


Further slowdown in ads pointing to weaker jobs market - The Age
Further slowdown in ads pointing to weaker jobs market  The Age

Jobs market facing signs of slowdown as analysts prepare for a poor GDP result.


What Are The Best Internet Jobs You Can Do From Home? - Training.com.au
What Are The Best Internet Jobs You Can Do From Home?  Training.com.au

If you're looking for a new career change and are wanting the convenience of an internet-based job, here are some of the best and most reliable internet jobs ...


Risk and compliance jobs to reach record levels in 2019 - The Australian Financial Review
Risk and compliance jobs to reach record levels in 2019  The Australian Financial Review

Demand for risk and governance professionals is expected to reach record levels in 2019 as the financial services industry responds to royal commissions.


Labor says Jobactive system is failing job seekers and businesses - The Guardian
Labor says Jobactive system is failing job seekers and businesses  The Guardian

Opposition vows to fix incentives in government scheme that small businesses say is not delivering.


The jobs boom is leaving some people behind - The Sydney Morning Herald
The jobs boom is leaving some people behind  The Sydney Morning Herald

Work in Australia is changing. People are working longer and retiring later. Some do this because they want to, but most do it because they have to. Work is ...


The full employment myth and why our youth are missing out - ABC News
The full employment myth and why our youth are missing out  ABC News

Australia's unemployment rate last week reached the magic number of 5 per cent. But worryingly, vast numbers of Australians are instead underemployed, ...