"The government has no idea what the living expenses are like"
Aussies turning their backs on $17,000-a-week tradie jobs, boss claims
"I think this is pretty fair and pretty balanced"
The Palaszczuk Government has added thousands of new employees
"They’re going into hi-tech careers or sitting at a desk"
Wilmar Sugar reveals what it's looking for in apprentices.
Business owners choose not to adopt the reduced Sunday rates
It seems too many of us haven't learnt to say one word enough
Battery plant to bring flow of jobs for Queensland city
“We know this isn’t a normal request for nannies"
“This is not something Australian unions are prepared to accept.’’
“She knew she was in trouble"
“Obviously we won’t be putting her forward for the job”
“I am being discriminated against and treated unfairly"
Here are a few key phrases that really turn employers off.
Not bad for the “World’s Best Job”.
Renewables are the new job-creation industries in Queensland
Job earning six figures - but you have to pass this test first
“highly likely this is not a trend, but a blip”
“A couple of months ago, my father was hospitalised and almost died"