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Where Bias Begins: The Truth About Stereotypes Psychologists once believed that only bigoted people used stereotypes. Now the study of unconscious bias is revealing the unsettling truth: We all use stereotypes, all the time, without knowing it. We have met the enemy of equality, and the enemy is us. Mahzarin Banaji doesn't fit anybody's ideal of a racist. APSjobs - gateway to the Australian Public Service The Australian Government is committed in the light of budget pressures to reducing the size of the public service. For the APS to achieve this target without impairing its capability to support the Government and the Australian community, interim arrangements are being put in place across the APS to give greater priority to the redeployment of existing staff. The Australian Public Service is the place to realise your potential. More than 160,000 employees currently enjoy a wealth of careers, support and great pay at locations across Australia. APSJOBS is your gateway to a challenging and rewarding career in the Australian Public Service (APS). APSJOBS will help you discover the flexible and diverse career paths the public service has to offer by linking you to vacancies in the APS, the Australian Parliamentary Service and many other Australian Government agencies.

Australia: Job market More commonly known as a country that offers temporary work to travellers, Australia does have a lot to give those looking for something more permanent Job market in Australia As you would expect, tourism is one of Australia's top industries, and as a result, hotel and bar work should be easy to get. New farm trainee scheme will help more young people work in Cumbrian agriculture Jennifer MacKenzie is an agricultural photo journalist with almost 30 year's experience. Operating from her base in Cumbria, Jennifer undertakes mainly industry-related freelance writing and photography. Young people are being offered a new opportunity to get free training in Cumbria to enable them to work in the agricultural community.

Labour Market Information Portal Employment Projections Employment is projected to increase in 16 of the 19 broad industries over the five years to November 2020. Health Care and Social Assistance is projected to make the largest contribution to employment growth (increasing by 250,200), followed by Professional, Scientific and Technical Services (151,200), Education and Training (121,700) and Retail Trade (106,000). Together, these four industries are projected to provide more than half of total employment growth over the five years to November 2020. 2016 Employment Projections Employment projections for the five years to November 2020. Home Page JobAlert If you are a current student from a college from within The Careers Group, University of London Consortium, you may already have an account. If you have an account but do not remember your login details, put your college email address as your login in the forgotten password function. University of London Temp Agency from The Careers Group Register for temporary jobs and internships from the University of London Temp Agency

Forbes Shire Council This section contains details of current positions vacant at Forbes Shire Council as well as information on how to apply. Positions vacant will be advertised accordingly as they become available within the organisation. For more information about working in Local Government generally, and the types of careers available, visit the Local Government and Shires Association website. Council currently has the following positions vacant:

Find apprenticeships, graduate and entry-level jobs in Australia Find entry-level positions and graduate jobs in Australia. Search for an apprenticeship, traineeship or cadetship and other junior roles. Search Take the next step with a TAFE, university or short course. 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.