The future is looking bright for students who want to turn their passion for sport into a career.
Good Education Group is proud to announce their involvement with the girledworld APAC summit, with the aim to get more girls into start-up, entrepreneurship and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) careers and build a new generation of innovators to take Australia forward.
Australia is in the midst of a healthcare boom and it is showing no signs of slowing down.
Health degrees are more than twice as popular as they were in 2001, in a sign Australian students are paying attention to employment trends. Enrolments in health-related bachelor degrees grew from 20,130 in 2001 to 52,134 in 2016, according to Good Education Group, which released its latest The Good Careers Guide today.
The jobs of the future will be tech-heavy, portable and, most interestingly, they will put the worker in the driver’s seat.
There is a common belief that if graduates want to stay ahead of the competition and increase their chances of a lucrative and long-lasting career, then it’s best to sign up for a science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM) degree.
There has never been a better time to be a surveyor in Australia. Rapid growth in job openings (5,001 and 10,000 over the 5 years to 2020) is predicted.
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.
What will a reliable career look like in 2022? According to Good Education Group’s 2017 Good Careers Guide, it will be in early education, special education, social work, occupational therapy, speech pathology and audiology.
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