Every year a high number of international students come to Australia in pursuit of higher education. Let’s look at some of the options you can explore as an international student in Australia.
As the founder and CEO of Care For Family, a company that offers an array of in-home care needs including aged-care, disability-care and child-care, Ruth Samer has reinvented in-home care.
With Mothers’ Day coming up on Sunday 13th May, it’s a good time to recognise and celebrate the contribution of working mothers to the Australian economy.
Project Empower builds self-esteem while providing leadership training for girls. “We want to ensure no matter where you’re from or what gender you are; you have the tools to succeed.”
Healthcare jobs are poised for both change and growth, making it an exciting and potentially rewarding career. Here are five reasons you should consider a career in the healthcare sector.
Some jobs are actually “robot-proof,” meaning they aren’t at risk of being taken over by computers, robots or other forms of artificial intelligence.
Rachael Turner trained as a classical pianist and operated a music school for 10 years before realising her true passion for construction.
One of the final bastions of the Aussie blokey culture is the trades. However, even this last mountain is slowly being eroded as women pick up their tools and challenge the status quo,
The LG V20 may not be quite as well-known as some of the other smartphones available on the market today, but it can be a great companion for career women.
LinkedIn has released it’s third annual list of where Australians want to work. The top companies prioritise employee wellbeing, diversity and flexibility.
Do you like reading books and describing them in your own words? Or maybe you’re one of those who loves reading, but doesn’t know how to get the right words out to organize them into a logical writing?
The Justice Legislation Amendment Bill 2018, which passed through NSW Parliament this week, introduces welcome employment protections for pregnant women.
How you choose to dress for the workplace is important. Get it right and you can easily see your career fast-tracked. Get it wrong and you could be stuck in a low-level position for years to come.
The Female economic measure, the Financy Women’s Index, finds that Australian women are progressing on jobs, super, pay and education but not on boards.
Female scientists have played a critical role in many scientific discoveries throughout history, but their contributions have often been overlooked.
Australian entrepreneur and single mother of four, Georgina McEncroe, is deeply passionate about the safety of women and children which led her to launch the all-female ride-sharing service Shebah.
When it comes to trades, women are seriously underrepresented. There are some roles that are thought of as ‘for men’, as if women are incapable of manual labour,
Exposing and addressing sexual harassment is rapidly becoming a global phenomenon with the rise of #metoo and the Time’s Up initiatives sweeping across all industries.
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) has today announced the list of 2017-18 WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality citation holders, which recognises employer commitment to promoting gender equality in Australian workplaces.
To help address a shortage of homegrown talent in Australia, Indago Digital, in partnership with other major players in the industry, are organising a free digital marketing careers event at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday, 11th May 2018.
Businesses are missing out on top talent because they are alienating candidates with poor communication and long hiring practices, new research commissioned by specialist recruiter Robert Half, has revealed.
Each year job searches surge in January and February, and with approximately 50% of Australian workers considering a new job each year, there’s no doubt that careers are top-of-mind for many employees right now.
The Tax Institute, Australia’s leading professional association and educator in tax, a new website supporting the career progression of women in the tax, accounting and legal professions.
When life is starting to get you down, you need to make some changes so you can avoid wearing yourself out. There are a number of things you can do to stop yourself from feeling bored; you just need determination.
Construction is an area in which it’s still near enough impossible for women to break through. So much so that the entire Australian construction sector only consists of 11.7% women workers.
While many college students seek services that will meet their needs, it is important to realize that not all writing agencies online can deliver quality services.
Work-related stress is a true ailment and should not be ignored. However, you owe it to your employer and to yourself to disclose it. Here’s how to tell your boss you have a psychological injury at work.
There’s no doubt that women still face a number of issues while at work. These issues can damage your career prospects and make your working environment extremely unpleasant – so let’s tackle the issue head-on.
Breaking into a male-dominated industry can be scary, but it can also be very liberating. You may be a bit nervous about your first day on the job, but if you follow the tips below it should be a lot easier…
On the whole, going green is a savvy move which can boost a person’s career and take them to the next level. Here, then, are the irrefutable reasons a green role is an excellent career move.
Whether you’re job hunting or looking to boost your business, use some of these tips to help you stand out online, for all the right reasons.
Westpac has opened ‘200 Women: The Listening Ground’, a free exhibition at the world famous Sydney Opera House, designed to highlight diversity and equality through the stories of 200 women from around the world.
Congratulations to the 15 young rural women who have won a ‘Power Trip’ to Canberra to connect with influential female politicians and CEOs, after being announced winners of Country to Canberra’s prestigious Leadership Competition.
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) has profiled eight organisations using smart strategies to create greater equality between women and men in their workplaces.
During her career, Fiona Cutts struggled intensely with public speaking and presentation delivery – an experience she now draws upon to help others liberate themselves from fear and judgment, and unleash their confident and authentic voice.
In amongst the sounds of power tools and welding torches in the NIDA workshop, Taylor Hill, 21, is working on a revolving stage. Come December, Taylor will be the first female ever to graduate from the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Staging) degree.
Designed specifically for women, NIDA’s Influential Women two day course provides you with practical strategies and techniques to take your conversations, presentations and negotiations to the next level.
At a time when the business constellation remains predominantly male, it is more significant than ever for women to take over the stage and let their voices be heard, respected and followed.
This post is entirely based on the high-paying jobs that women might find suitable. As we know different women love to do different types of jobs. Here we will explore the best and high-paying jobs women may be interested in step by step.
A thorough education will not only set you up for an excellent career, but it will also provide you with an array of life skills. Read on to discover the top tips for ensuring that your educational experience is a remarkable one.