Australia’s Telstra says will cut 1,400 jobs in cost-cutting drive

Telstra has confirmed it will cut 1,400 jobs within Australia as part of a cost-cutting initiative. Australia’s largest telecommunications and media company, Telstra Corporation Ltd, will shed about 1,400 jobs as part... Read more »

Australia announces Indigenous tourism jobs with $6.7 million grant

Tailored Assistance Employment Grant has enabled Voyages to commit to employ, train, and mentor 690 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, Minister Scullion said Nearly 700 jobs and traineeships in tourism and hospitality... Read more »
Western Australia

Western Australia’s unemployment rate worst in country

Western Australia’s unemployment rate is officially the worst of any state in Australia at 6.5 per cent. Western Australia currently has the highest unemployment rate in the country, according to the Australian... Read more »

NSW to create one million new jobs in 20 years

Small businesses will be given access to more than $50 million in government grants as part of Mike Baird’s plan to add one million jobs to NSW in 20 years. NSW businesses... Read more »

Around 5,000 South Australia jobs under attack from Canberra

Meat processing plants across South Australia are calling on Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce to secure local jobs South Australians are worried about the future of the local meat processing industry and fear... Read more »

Where will robots take over the most jobs?

The rise of robots and AI in the workplace seems almost inevitable at the moment. But if machines are capable of doing almost any work humans can do, what will humans do?... Read more »

Health, Tech, Management top list as Best Jobs for 2016

While many people make promises to eat better or exercise more in new year, others look to land a new job or switch careers. If the latest jobs report is any indication,... Read more »

$2m training initiative to equip students with skills for the future

The Pre-apprenticeship Training Initiative will help students and young people ages 15 to 24 gain the skills they need to secure their apprenticeship and find an employer The $2m training initiative has... Read more »

Why American middle class is lost in space

The middle class took America to the moon. Then something went horribly wrong By Jim Tankersley The Washington Post DOWNEY, Calif. — One day in 1967, Bob Thompson sprayed foam on a... Read more »

Western Sydney primed for Development

NSW Government unveils 8000 new Jobs as well as more roads and schools State government’s new metropolitan strategy, released by Planning Minister Pru Goward today, include $30 million investment in roads, building... Read more »