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Casino's Lisa Purcell and Mitch Hardman are keen to find work

How Australia chucks a sickie

Taking a sickie is popular with Australians.

ALMOST half of us are chucking a sickie when we take sick leave

How Aussies can survive robot takeover

Getting a job was already competitive for young Aussies, and automation means they’ll have to brush up on skills that employers used to ignore. Picture: iStock

Millenials aren't just fighting each other, they're fighting robots

premium_icon Revealed: The most in-demand workers of 2017

Demand for tradies has significantly increased.

Demand for some workers rebounds in 2017

Aussie has the world’s best job

Wouldn’t mind staying in a house like this for a while! Sherbet Birdie photography

Sorelle Amore’s ultimate goal seemed outrageous

POLLIE TICKLED: No job? We can fix that

A whole new method of job-hunting on offer.

Get back on the job train with these top tips

'Bold plan' will create thousands of jobs

Southern Cross University Vice Chancellor, Professor Adam Shoemaker.

Major announcement being made by Southern Cross Uni today

Adani to tour Qld in search of workers

Anti-Adani mine protesters outside Parliament House this morning. Picture: Lexie Cartwright

“Groups hoping to stop us have failed because we have already started."

Rail squabble over 900 Queensland jobs

New Mount Isa Mayor Joyce McCulloch. Picture: Wesley Monts

Mayor says 'a lot of zero sum thinking going on'.

Toowoomba rates highly for jobs and housing

Geraint Hudson has moved to Toowoomba from Sydney and says his family have loved living there.

Jobless? you might be living in the wrong place

High Dependant Carer

Carers required for a high dependency Gentleman on a casual basis. Previous nursing experience or Nursing students encouraged to apply. 24/7 roster with...

PE teacher going back to school for sake of his future

PE teacher Matthew Rose discusses his decision to re-train as a maths teacher with NSW Education Minister Adrian Piccoli (centre) and Lismore MP Thomas George (right).

Education Minister visits Kadina High Campus.

Claims foreign aid cuts hurt girls' education

Claims foreign aid cuts hurt girls' education

Solar firm wound up over debt claims

Two companies said the solar power installation firm owed them money. (File photo)

Companies say Wide Bay solar firm owes nearly $89,000

New operator needed for popular Kyogle cafe

TIME TO LEAVE: Georgina Steriovich, in earlier years running the Kyogle Country cafe aka Georgie's cafe.

"After lots of soul-searching, I've decided to close”

Australia’s deadliest jobs revealed

Jobs in agriculture are among the most dangerous in the country. Picture: Andy Rogers

Work in these professions? You’re more likely to die on the job

BUSINESS COLLAPSE: ‘I had to empty my kids’ accounts’

Former Michel's Patisserie franchisee Robert Verni.

Robert Verni says he was forced to empty his kids’ bank account

Darrell Lea’s $200 million treat

Kylie Hone of the Darell Lea Park Beach Plaza shows the store is still very much open.

THE 90-year-old Aussie confectionery maker Darrell Lea sold for $200 million

Coke cuts bottle size and ups price after sugar tax

Coca-Cola has blamed UK sugar tax for a price hike.

Coke contains more than 10g of sugar per 100ml