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Young women more likely to be exploited at work than men: report

Young women more likely to be exploited at work than men: report

Women were also less likely to be aware of their rights than men.

  • by Sally Whyte

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I've been on both sides of the interview. Here's what I've learned
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I've been on both sides of the interview. Here's what I've learned

Tip one: Try not to wear something you'd put on for Cosplay.

  • by Kylie Orr
For new migrants, big cities are still the place to find work
Analysis
Analysis

For new migrants, big cities are still the place to find work

Powerful global economic trends favour big cities, despite a push to send new migrants to regional areas.

  • by Matt Wade & Julie Power
The CEO of a $960 million company uses one sentence to motivate lazy employees

The CEO of a $960 million company uses one sentence to motivate lazy employees

Duolingo CEO Luis von Ahn knows exactly what to do with lazy employees.

  • by Aine Cain
The most in-demand jobs you've never heard of
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The most in-demand jobs you've never heard of

Tegan Oakley has been surprised at how high the demand for her skills have become.

  • by Anna Patty
The best jobs in Australia for 2018

The best jobs in Australia for 2018

Technology, building and construction, health and medical care are the key areas seeing increases in demand for workers.

  • by Chris Pash
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ACT to introduce labour licensing laws
Andrew Barr

ACT to introduce labour licensing laws

The proposal comes as the federal court considers allegations of wage theft on the government's light rail project.

  • by Sally Whyte
Nearly a decade after Lehman Brothers, stars align for pay rises
Analysis
Analysis

Nearly a decade after Lehman Brothers, stars align for pay rises

It's early days yet, but Australia's labour market is tightening, offering hope of pay rises ahead.

  • by Jessica Irvine
Jobless rate falls to lowest in almost six years

Jobless rate falls to lowest in almost six years

The jobless rate dropped to the lowest level since November 2012, even as hiring fell and fewer people sought work in July.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
Australians are sick of waiting to hear back after job interviews

Australians are sick of waiting to hear back after job interviews

Two-thirds of Australian job seekers have turned down a dream role after businesses leave them hanging, according to research.

  • by Chris Pash
Perth media diversity takes next hit as five community newspapers shut
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Perth media diversity takes next hit as five community newspapers shut

Five community newspapers covering Perth's entire eastern suburbs will be delivered for the last time in September in the latest dismal media industry news.

  • by Emma Young & Hamish Hastie