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A Job Interview Tip That Makes You Sound More Well-spoken

Job interviews can be long and messy affairs. Depending on the role and how much the interviewer wants to make you squirm, you could be asked questions like: “What’s the difference between the height of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House?” Or, “Walk me through the steps you would take if a UFO Continued »

The latest employment trends of 2019

We’re heading into the second quarter of 2019; fast. Trends in employment are emerging and there’s plenty of opportunities for employers and employees to diversify, improve, and find better work-life balance. We’ve compiled the five latest employment trends to shed light on where the workforce is heading toward. Top Five Growing Industries According to the Continued »

10 Ways To Find a Job In A New City

Moving to a new city is exciting. There are new eateries to check out. New options for nightlife. A range of different fitness activities and places to kick back and relax. Obviously, having a job is going to help with funding your new lifestyle and finding a job in a new city can be challenging. Continued »

Job description and advertising example

At Adzuna, it’s safe to say we know our way around a job advertisement. At any one time, we have up to 140,000 job ads on our site. Some are fantastic, others, not so much. What is it that makes a job advertisement so tantalising to job seekers that they can’t help but click the Continued »

Hiring Employees Checklist

In business, there are few tasks as important as hiring the right people and onboarding them well. You’re looking for someone with the right balance of skill and reliability to take your business to the next level. Use this checklist to find your perfect hire and establish a healthy working relationship from the start. Brainstorm Continued »

Celebrating International Women’s Day – fostering leadership in Australia

Today is International Women’s Day, and we’re celebrating the achievements of working women in Australia. Though women in the workforce have made great strides since ratifying the International Labour Organisation’s Convention No. 100 Concerning Equal Remuneration for Men and Women Workers in 1974. Females comprise 46% of the total labour market in Australia. Female participation Continued »