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Young workers expect their older colleagues to get out of the way. There are many names for the narratives pitting the older generation against the younger: Gen-Y versus Baby Boomers, “Generation Me” versus “Generation We,” and unfortunately my research demonstrates that the younger generation do see the older generation as competitors.

Young workers expect their older colleagues to get out of the way

My findings show overall that younger people have certain expectations of older workers and people, characterised by an overall desire for older adults to cede resources, get out of the way and make way for younger generations. The 5 Best Industries for Job Seekers in 2017. Credit: alphaspirit/Shutterstock If you plan on looking for a new job this year, you should focus your attention on the industries that are primed for growth, a new study suggests.

The 5 Best Industries for Job Seekers in 2017

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Don't Make These Mistakes When Writing a Resume

It does. In fact, the quickest way to get screened out as an applicant is to submit a seriously flawed resume. In addition to typos and grammatical errors, the biggest mistake is submitting a resume that doesn't match the job for which you are applying. It will knock you out of contention for the job, both by hiring managers and by the talent management software they use to screen resumes. 27 Jobs Where You Can Set Your Own Schedule. There can be plenty of times in your life when having a set work schedule isn’t convenient.

27 Jobs Where You Can Set Your Own Schedule

STEM Career Resources for Women. Credit: Minerva Studio/Shutterstock Science, technology, engineering and mathematics, collectively known as STEM, are fields that historically have been dominated by men.

STEM Career Resources for Women

This imbalance may discourage young women from joining the profession — which only perpetuates the serious gender gap in the industry. Breaking the preconceptions about STEM means exposing young girls and women to role models in the field, "to make them recognize that, in fact, you don't have to really fit [a] stereotype," Alicia Abella, assistant vice president, of cloud technologies and services research organization at AT&T, told U.S.

News and World Report. If you're a woman who works (or wants to work) in STEM, here are 11 education and career resources to help you build your skills, network with other STEM professionals and find new career-related opportunities. Search form Latest NewsCommunique from Industry Reference Committee Chairs meetingEnergy Industry Reference Committee structures open for consultation and call for nominationsNominations open for the Forestry Industry Reference Committees Media hub Industry Reference Committee Review A review of Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) to support the new Vocational Education and Training arrangements is now underway.

The Future of Jobs. The Hustle of Owning Your Own Company. Where Women Work job search. vWorker.com: How work gets done. Guaranteed! Freelancer.com is the world's largest freelancing, outsourcing, and crowdsourcing marketplace for small business.

vWorker.com: How work gets done. Guaranteed!

With over 10 million users, you can hire a freelancer to do your contract work at a fraction of the cost. Whether you need PHP developers, web designers, or content writers, you can outsource jobs within minutes. Browse through hundreds of skills including copywriting, data entry, and graphic design or more technical areas like coding HTML, programming MySQL, and designing CSS. Find Freelancers - 123,386 Freelance Jobs on PeoplePerHour.com. Budget 2015 - Growing Jobs and Small Business - Youth Employment Strategyk. Helping young Australians overcome challenges to participating in work and study Young Australians need the right assistance and encouragement to learn new skills, become job ready, get a job, and stay in a job.

Budget 2015 - Growing Jobs and Small Business - Youth Employment Strategyk

The Government will provide over $330 million to implement a Youth Employment Strategy. We need to improve employment outcomes for Australia's young people and make it easier for them to enter the workforce. New employment programmes available from 1 July. The Australian Government has introduced a number of new initiatives starting from 1 July 2014 to help more Australians to move away from welfare dependency and into a job.

New employment programmes available from 1 July

Employers can receive up to $10,000 through Restart if they hire an eligible job seeker aged 50 or older. Young job seekers may be eligible for a Job Commitment Bonus of up to $6500 if they find and keep a job. Relocation Assistance to Take Up a Job will help ease the cost of moving for long-term job seekers who move to take up a job. A reinvigorated Work for the Dole in selected areas will help young job seekers develop skills for the workplace.

The recruitment process. The NSW Government sector recruits employees on the basis of merit.

The recruitment process

Below is a general guide to the stages involved in the recruitment process. As the purpose of recruitment is to identify the person(s) best suited to the role and the needs of the agency based on merit, not all applicants will progress through all stages. For information about the recruitment process specific to the role you’re applying for, please review the job advertisement and, if required, seek advice from the nominated contact person. The NSW Government sector is committed to employment practices that are fair, responsive and inclusive. The Capability Framework - Public Service Commission. My Skills – Australia’s Training Directory. Connecting talent with opportunity in the digital age. Hire Freelancers & Find Freelance Jobs Online - Freelancer. LinkedIn lifts profit forecast as demand rises for hiring services. LinkedIn, the operator of the world's biggest online network for professionals, reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit as demand grew for its hiring services and the company raised its 2016 forecasts.

LinkedIn surged 19 per cent to $US141.73 in after-hours trading, according to Bloomberg. The shares had declined 55 per cent so far this year, before Thursday's results. Revenue from the company's talents solutions business, which connects recruiters and job seekers, jumped 41 per cent to $US558 million in the first quarter. The business accounts for nearly two-thirds of the company's total revenue. LinkedIn has been buying companies, expanding its sales team and spending heavily to grow its presence in markets outside the United States, including China. The company raised its full-year forecast for adjusted profit to $US3.30-$US3.40 per share from $US3.05-$US3.20.

Excluding items, the company earned 74 cents per share. Revenue jumped 35 per cent to $US860.7 million. Ideas for Australia: Degrees are more necessary than ever before, but the rewards aren't as great. The Conversation has asked 20 academics to examine the big ideas facing Australia for the 2016 federal election and beyond. The 20-piece series will examine, among others, the state of democracy, health, education, environment, equality, freedom of speech, federation and economic reform. Having a degree has become a basic prerequisite for most careers. Those without a degree are more likely to be disadvantaged in career and economic terms.

You could think of this as somewhat like mobile phone ownership. Orange City Council, ABC Central West NSW - Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Regional NSW - Business & Industry in New South Wales. Regional New South Wales is the largest and most diverse regional economy in Australia. It is home to about 2.9 million people, representing 41% of the NSW population and contributes around $138 billion (almost one third) to Gross State Product.

Spanning 790,355 square kilometres, it covers most of NSW's geographically diverse and spectacular landscapes. Capitalising on its rich natural resources, the agriculture and mining sectors are significant drivers of regional growth. Regional NSW is also underpinned by strong manufacturing, energy, visitor economy and service sectors. NSW Trade & Investment works with businesses and communities in regional NSW to help them attract new investment, grow their economies and create local jobs. To find out more about our diverse regions and their economic profiles visit the regional opportunities page. 1 Economic Development Strategy for Regional NSW 1. Jobs for NSW - Invest in New South Wales. Jobs for NSW is a private sector-led and NSW Government-backed initiative which aims to make the NSW economy as competitive as possible and therefore help create new jobs across the state.

Study In Australia. National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) The Changing Nature of Organizations, Work, and Workplace. Labour Market Information Portal. Job Outlook - Make Your Career a Reality. JAYS v1n2 Denny 1. 2015 Intergenerational Report. Every five years, the Australian Government produces an Intergenerational Report that assesses the long-term sustainability of current Government policies and how changes to Australia’s population size and age profile may impact on economic growth, workforce and public finances over the next 40 years. The Government is required to produce an Intergenerational Report at least every five years. Jobs and Workplace.

Education and Training. Skills and training. Developing your skills and the skills of your employees can help to keep your business competitive. Investing in skills and training can increase productivity and innovation, help you attract and retain high quality employees and improve customer satisfaction. Business and Industry. Pay - Fair Work Ombudsman. Our_services. JAYS v1n2 Denny 1. Theconversation. Young people have missed out at the expense older workers and migrants in the job market, according to new research on youth employment. Government policy and Australia’s sluggish economy have added to the problem. While Australia avoided the worst of the global financial crisis, unemployment among its youth has mirrored many countries who went into recession. Prior to the crisis, youth unemployment in Australia was 8.8%, close to the low rates of the 1970s. By 2015, it was 13.9%.

While prime-age workers, those aged between 25 and 54 make up a greater proportion of the labour force, the crisis had a greater impact upon young people. In response, attempts to address youth unemployment have either attacked young people through a restriction of unemployment benefits or have been completely lacking from government policy agendas. Australia's no. 1 jobs, employment, career and recruitment site. Forbes Shire Council. JobAccess. Lachlan Shire Council. Lachlan Shire Council. Labour Market Information Portal. Labour Market Information Portal. Forbes Advocate. Parkes Shire Council. Search for jobs, find the right staff - jobactive JobSearch. This Weeks Classifieds. Where Bias Begins: The Truth About Stereotypes.