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The Pros and Cons of Contract Employment for Engineers
Australia
Wednesday October 10 2018

The Pros and Cons of Contract Employment for Engineers

When growing up, many Australians are told to study, get into tertiary education and get a job.

Why Architects are Stuck at Bottom of Construction Pay Scale
Business
Monday September 10 2018

Why Architects are Stuck at Bottom of Construction Pay Scale

With around $218.4 billion worth of work having been done on the construction of houses, commercial buildings and civil infrastructure over the year to March, Australia’s...

Construction Professionals in Massive Demand
Business
Friday September 7 2018

Construction Professionals in Massive Demand

As Australia’s record breaking construction boom rolls on, professionals across multiple areas including surveying, contracts management and health and safety are in massive demand.

Australia’s Mining Industry is Back
Mining
Thursday September 6 2018

Australia’s Mining Industry is Back

On July 25, BHP turned the first sod on what will become its biggest producing iron ore mine at its new South Flank mine in the...

Engineers Rake in Big Bucks amid Jobs Boom
Business
Thursday August 23 2018

Engineers Rake in Big Bucks amid Jobs Boom

Engineers throughout Australia are raking in cash as the boom in infrastructure investment drives massive levels of project activity.

Architectural Staff Continue to Enjoy Good Times
Business
Tuesday August 21 2018

Architectural Staff Continue to Enjoy Good Times

Architects continue to enjoy relatively strong employment conditions for now despite a downturn in the residential market.

Tradespeople Reap Construction Jobs Boom
Business
Wednesday August 8 2018

Tradespeople Reap Construction Jobs Boom

As the building and infrastructure boom rolls on, tradespeople across Australia’s residential, commercial and civil construction sector are enjoying extremely buoyant labour market conditions.

Construction Union Says Program Abused for Cheap Labour
Business
Friday February 2 2018

Construction Union Says Program Abused for Cheap Labour

Program intended for workers beneficial to Canada is used to fill construction jobs at lower wages, says union study.

Construction Professionals in Massive Demand
Business
Tuesday January 30 2018

Construction Professionals in Massive Demand

Professionals within the building sector in Australia are expected to be in significant demand as employment levels within the sector smash record highs and signs grow...

Business
Sep 14 2018
Unemployment Rate Steady at 5.3% in August

Employment growth in August was twice as high as expected, keeping the nations' unemployment rate steady at 5.3 per cent for the second month in a...

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Commercial
Sep 7 2018
Workers Walk at Hobart Hospital Over Pay

More than one hundred plasterers have indefinitely walked off the job at Hobart's major hospital over a pay dispute but the end date for the redevelopment...

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Business
Aug 2 2018
Canada Construction Workforce Faces Continued Pressures

Canada’s construction industry must remain focused on recruitment and retention as more than one quarter of a million construction workers are expected to retire this decade,...

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Business
Jul 31 2018
Victoria Bests NSW as Top Performing Economy

More people and new homes have helped Victoria edge past NSW as the nation's top performing economy, a new report shows.

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Business
Jun 13 2018
Sign of Solid Jobs Growth for Rest of 2018

Employment growth unsurprisingly cooled after an unsustainable record run in 2017, but there are signs job gains are likely to be solid for the remainder of...

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Mining
Feb 8 2018
Adani Missed Key Milestones

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has followed Bill Shorten's lead in distancing Labor from Adani's Carmichael coal mine project, saying the Indian miner has failed to meet...

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Business
Feb 6 2018
Construction Employment in New Brunswick to Hold Steady

In a shift away from major industrial and engineering construction projects, more traditional core infrastructure construction and maintenance activities will be the primary employment drivers in...

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Green
Feb 6 2018
SA Solar Network to Create Jobs: Premier

The South Australian government's plan to install solar panels and Tesla batteries in 50,000 homes will create hundreds of jobs, Premier Jay Weatherill says.

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Business
Feb 2 2018
Project Architects, Revit Technicians in Good Demand

Project lead architects as well as Revit technicians have emerged as likely areas of demand for architectural staff early in the new year, a new report...

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