What school leavers must do to land a job

School's out forever so take heed of these tips if you want to work.

Which state has the highest salary?

Mining, resources and energy workers are some of the best paid in Australia

Which state has the highest salary?

The top 20 jobs that are most in demand in Australia

There are plenty of jobs for pizza cooks in Australia.

Finding a job depends greatly on where you're looking for one

How to nail that job interview

Congratulations on landing a job interview - now it is time to nail it.

Impress with some simple preparation

Dream crushed as 'no one wants to hire a foreigner'

Suzan Aliny.. "My children are very sad to leave their school already."

Skilled migrant speaks out about employment difficulties

$200,000 job goes begging, snapped up by foreign workers

Shotcreter Chris McKervey lines tunnels with concrete spray and gets paid upwards of $200K a year.

A lack of local workers means top-paying jobs are going begging

The boom is over, so what's bringing people to Gladstone?

A Gladstone development advocate has suggested the city could become an import-export freight hub for northern Australia.

New migration data reveals those moving away from and into Gladstone

How every job in Australia is going to change

The future of work: how your job will change by 2030

Drunk face tattoo holding Mark back

Mark Cropp says his face tattoo is holding him back from getting a job. Picture: NZ Herald

Mark Cropp wants to get off dole, get a job and put food on table

CONTRACT TIMBER CUTTERS - QLD 6700443ab The Parkside Group requires cut and snig contractors to cut hardwood in forestry and private sale areas in the South and...

Mackay real estate agent urges banks to move

Who's leading who when it comes to the housing market?

Willy-nilly lending burst a bubble, but agent urges banks to change

Bizarre photo app no one was asking for

Picture: Tim Carrafa

This could be the worst idea for an app ever.

Nanas show no fear in quest to save environment

OLDER PROTESTERS: 95-year-old Bill Ryan of the Sydney Knitting Nanas and Friends group joins the Lismore group in protest.

Nanas are ageing loudly in support of protecting the planet.

Melbourne’s ‘game changer’ that every city needs

This gadget is changing the world.

New GPS technology a 'game changer' for blind people.

Creepy technology tracking your face while you shop

Westfield's Smart Screen captures your movements as you shop

Technology monitors your mood and tracks every move you make.

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CommBank scam: 'Deceptive site ahead'.

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