Heat is more dangerous than the cold in most Australian regions.
Though the health impacts of the coronavirus fall most on the elderly, it is young adults that have been hit hardest by the economic and psychological costs of the pandemic response.
As the global pandemic rumbles on, Australia’s higher education system is shedding its workforce at an alarming rate.
Study medicine, kids.
Suddenly, the idea of a “job guarantee” is back in vogue.
Experts predict today’s graduates will have several different careers throughout their working life.
Any remaining hope Australia could be headed for a quick, V-shaped recovery may have been shredded by the latest payroll figures.
People in the travel and recreation industry are five times more likely to look for a job in another sector.
If you’re anxiously hunting for a new job, things are beginning to look up.
Although there are some jobs machines just can’t do, COVID-19 has left us wondering about the future of work.