Families can now tour some of Australia’s elite schools without leaving home.
The jobs of the future will be tech-heavy, portable and, most interestingly, they will put the worker in the driver’s seat.
Asia Pacific’s emerging innovation hub, the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct (GCHKP) will generate demand for high-tech jobs that are only just being imagined, with a new report highlighting the exciting career prospects, talent pipeline, and the new qualifications required.
There will always be a need for postgraduate business qualifications, but in a crowded market, where does the MBA fit in?
The top-performing universities in New South Wales have been revealed in the latest ranking of tertiary institutions from The Good Universities Guide.
ACT universities are providing students with strong employment prospects and graduate starting salaries, according to The Good Universities Guide.
If there is one thing educators can all agree on, it’s that the world is changing quickly and schools need to equip students with skills to thrive in the cut-and-thrust of modern life.
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
Over the course of compiling The Good Careers Guide 2017, it became obvious that whether by removing, improving or creating jobs, technology is reshaping the future of work in Australia.
The top five growing jobs in Australia all have one thing in common – robotics.