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In a typical month ‘empty desks’ over a month old represent $561M in potential economic output, or 0.5% of GDP.
There is no real secret to success. It is a combination of factors including hard work, tenacity, ongoing education, adapting to change, and yes, a certain amount of luck.
Mobile optimisation, a shortage of ‘super skills’, continuous innovation and managing change are among the trends that will drive jobs growth in Australia in 2015, according to recruiting experts Hays.
Australians are increasingly using mobile devices when looking for a new job. A survey of 1125 Australians by recruiting experts Hays shows that job seekers still do most of their job searching on their desktop, but a growing number are using their smartphones.
Griffith’s Master of Speech Pathology department is delighted following the amazing
success of five of its graduating students who are set to take on jobs with Queensland