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Today’s jobs have changed far beyond yesteryear’s projections. And instead of planning for one career, we plan for three or four. In this rapidly changing landscape, how can our education institutions meet new demands?
And in a world where old professions are disappearing, tertiary...
Papers from this research conference are available in a single volume PDF. Speakers include Geoff Masters, Stuart Macintyre, Richard Sweet, Richard Slaughter, Suzanne Mellor and Terri Seddon.
Papers fom this research conference are available in a single volume PDF. Speakers include Geoff Masters, Stuart...
The world of work is changing. In Australia and elsewhere, policymakers face the challenge of responding to trends and proactively preparing the nation and its workers for the employment landscape of tomorrow.
The casualisation of the workplace and workforce, historically associated with varieties of cottage industry, is enlarging its effects to include professional service providers. Jeff Keddie looks at what we can learn from the experience of other technological revolutions so as to manage social and personal...
This report provides an assessment of regional employment dynamics and future labour demand in the Great Southern, South West, and Wheatbelt regions. More specifically, the report:
* Examines the demographic and economic dynamics driving regional labour markets;
* Analyses the changing structure of...
This bulletin challenges the assumption that 25 to 34-year-olds, having undertaken training and gained work experience, can readily find secure employment. It documents the experiences of young men and women who have not found full-time permanent jobs, and the effects of uncertain employment on their...
In the decades ahead, digital disruption could result, according to some predictions, in nearly half of all current jobs in Australia being displaced - unless we skill up. While technology will undoubtedly create new employment opportunities, will it create enough of them? Already, many qualified...