A majority of students who started school last year will graduate to jobs that don’t currently exist, new research has revealed. The Good Careers Guide has found 70 per cent of the students will work in tech-focused “jobs of the future” after 13 years of school. It also found Australia’s five highest-growing jobs were traditionally people-powered, but are quickly adopting
Regional universities in Queensland are outperforming their metropolitan counterparts in graduate salary and employment opportunities, a national university guide has found.
Pharmacy students from the University of Tasmania are virtually guaranteed a job after graduating, a new survey shows.
The University of South Australia (UniSA) is leading the way when it comes to enrolling students from low socioeconomic backgrounds, according to The Good Universities Guide 2017, released today by the Good Education Group.