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Labour market testing requirements supported by Uni Roles

Posted: 08/04/2018

We’ve been getting a number of enquiries over the last couple of weeks regarding the new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) labour market testing requirements, and where advertisers can locate copies of their previous adverts and receipts as evidence to support Visa applications.

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Socially attractive Academic Jobs

Posted: 08/02/2018

Social Media is increasingly becoming an ideal way to display jobs and generate passive candidate applications. We use our Social Attraction Strategies...

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It’s only natural to think boys will be boys ... just as girls will be girls

Posted: 19/09/2016
In Tasmania and across the rest of Australia the issue of gender diversity and sexuality and how it is taught in schools is cause of public controversy.

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Australian women can be as successful as men in getting a pay rise (it helps if you are young)

Posted: 06/09/2016
When global law firm partner Anna Sutherland realised her male counterparts were earning more than her, she asked what she needed to do to get a pay rise.

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Moving on from UWA

Posted: 05/09/2016
There are no greater Academic Jobs than that of leading an Australian  University as the  Vice-Chancellor, but it seems as that as far as Academic Jobs go, even this one was too much for Paul Johnson!

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Around the World: So Many Research Scientists, So Few Openings as Professors

Posted: 28/08/2016
The United States is producing more research scientists than academia can handle.

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A record six Australian universities make the world's top 100

Posted: 25/08/2016
A change in ranking methodology has vaulted two more universities into the global top 100, giving Australia a record six institutions in education's most prestigious list.

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He is 102, works for Perth's Edith Cowan university, and wants to keep his job

Posted: 24/08/2016
A 102-year-old Perth academic told by his university to work from home is not happy about their decision and says he will be stuck inside his flat for most of the day if he has to pack up his office.

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Melbourne University advertises female-only jobs in bid to remedy gender imbalance in maths

Posted: 17/05/2016
The University of Melbourne has taken the extraordinary step of opening up jobs to female applicants only in an attempt to a drive change in the male-dominated area of mathematic academia.

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Maths must be mandatory prerequisite for certain university degrees, experts say

Posted: 17/03/2016
Only 14 per cent of Australia's science university degrees require maths as a condition of entry, and experts say the country's future looks dire if students continue to turn their back on studying maths in high school.

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