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Women, Want to Earn Over 150k Per Year? <br>Female Construction Workers are the Solution to the Skill Shortage

Women, Want to Earn Over 150k Per Year?
Female Construction Workers are the Solution to the Skill Shortage

Ladies, did you know there are loads of high-paying job opportunities in one of Australia’s largest industries? With an average salary of  $109,325, it is one of the highest paying industries in the country. In fact, the industry is experiencing such rapid growth and simultaneous attrition com..

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The Reconciliation of Our Nation Starts With Us

The Reconciliation of Our Nation Starts With Us

Nicole * is a single mother on Centrelink. She’s desperate to find work and willing to do what it takes to feed her daughter and keep a roof over their heads. Although she has a range of useful skills, Nicole isn’t focused on pursuing her passion or climbing the corporate ladder. She has been l..

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Insight Night – The Future of Innovation and Technology

Insight Night – The Future of Innovation and Technology

Watch: Full recording of The Future of Innovation and Technology, with guest speaker Charlie Day. ..

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Meet Juliet: TV Reporter, The Apprentice Winner, Entrepreneur, Ignite Consultant

Meet Juliet: TV Reporter, The Apprentice Winner, Entrepreneur, Ignite Consultant

“Don’t take no for an answer.” That’s the principal advice from Sharmila Juliet John, better known as Juliet, and she certainly practices what she preaches. It is this tenacity that has seen her win the Malaysian version of the US hit reality TV show The Apprentice, develop an iPhone App tha..

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How the Cyber Security Skills Shortage Could Affect Your Work and What the Experts Suggest You Do About It

How the Cyber Security Skills Shortage Could Affect Your Work and What the Experts Suggest You Do About It

Did you know that 90% of Australian organisations faced some form of cyber security compromise in 2016? Or, that extreme weather events and natural disasters are the only major risks greater than cyber attacks, according to the World Economic Forum? Trendier than a fidget spinner (according to Go..

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The Future of Work Looks Bleak for Women <br> 3 Ways we Can Transform our Future

The Future of Work Looks Bleak for Women
3 Ways we Can Transform our Future

Did you know only 16% of the CEOs in Australia are female? And, of the key management positions, a measly 28% are held by women? Some say women in the west have achieved progress. We can work in parliament, drink in bars, drive cars, vote and cut our hair without our husbands’ permission (well..

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