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Foundation for Young Australians

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FYA

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26 Jul 2017

By 2030, automation, globalisation and flexibility will change what we do in every job. To prepare young people for this future we must urgently shift our understanding of what it will mean to be smart in the New Work Order. Analysing 20 billion hours of work completed by 12 million Australians...

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15 Jun 2016

Under a cloud of rising debt, soaring house prices and the struggle to find secure, full-time employment, today’s young Australians are facing a very real possibility that their generation will be the first to be worse off than their parents.

While today’s young people are doing well in...

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10 Nov 2015

Examines the challenges young people are facing in getting a start in the workforce and how prepared they are for the rapidly changing world of work.

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FYA’s Annual Report Card on How are young people faring in the transition from school to work ...

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24 Aug 2015

Economic changes are transforming work through automation, globalisation, and more flexible work.

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Work has long been important for the livelihood, dignity, and happiness of humankind. We intuitively and statistically know that work helps us meet our most...

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10 Nov 2014

Examines whether the current generation of young people will be better or worse off than their parents.

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Youth policy is too often relegated to the edge of the public discourse. It is often considered in isolation, as a niche policy area, separate to the...

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26 Jul 2017

By 2030, automation, globalisation and flexibility will change what we do in every job. To prepare young people for this future we must urgently shift our understanding of what it will mean to be smart in the New Work Order. Analysing 20 billion hours of work completed by 12 million Australians...

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23 Nov 2016

People often think of careers as a climb up the ranks of job seniority, starting in the trainee cubicle and aiming for the executive offices. Today careers are often not so linear. While virtually every child is asked, ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’, only 6% of adults end up in the...

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15 Jun 2016

Under a cloud of rising debt, soaring house prices and the struggle to find secure, full-time employment, today’s young Australians are facing a very real possibility that their generation will be the first to be worse off than their parents.

While today’s young people are doing well in...

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20 Apr 2016

Over the past eighteen months, the Foundation for Young Australians has produced a series of reports to understand the economic and social conditions affecting young people today and into the future – and to chart a course for how we best prepare young people to drive economic and social...

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10 Nov 2015

Examines the challenges young people are facing in getting a start in the workforce and how prepared they are for the rapidly changing world of work.

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FYA’s Annual Report Card on How are young people faring in the transition from school to work ...

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24 Aug 2015

Economic changes are transforming work through automation, globalisation, and more flexible work.

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Work has long been important for the livelihood, dignity, and happiness of humankind. We intuitively and statistically know that work helps us meet our most...

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10 Nov 2014

Examines whether the current generation of young people will be better or worse off than their parents.

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Youth policy is too often relegated to the edge of the public discourse. It is often considered in isolation, as a niche policy area, separate to the...

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Research report

16 Oct 2012

This report provides an independent, up-to-date and in-depth analysis of the education, training and work activities of young Australians.

The series provides important information on how successfully our education and training system is working to meet the needs of young...

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12 Apr 2012

This paper explores the evidence for the importance of a greater emphasis on social and emotional learning, as part of a holistic view of young people's education.

Recent years have seen significant shifts in the world of work, with the focus moving away from industry,...

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27 Feb 2012

Recent years have seen significant shifts in the world of work, with the focus moving away from industry, towards innovation and the ‘knowledge economy’. At the same time, the global...

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