Australians are flocking to higher education in rising numbers, according to an Australian government report into admissions. In late 2011 the Australian government released a report that found applications for higher education had increased by 10,000 that year, highlighting the increased popularity of university attendance in Australia.
A recent report by the Grattan institute has suggested that students studying certain areas to do not provide extensive public benefit should be paying more for uni. However, the justifications for this change may not hold true in certain fields, especially science.
The Australian employment rate has decreased over the last two years, so Jac digital reporter Adam Robinson prepares students for future employment.
A new report released by the Grattan Institute, says that by the middle of this decade tertiary education subsidies will have cost taxpayers $7 billion, but it was unclear why students should have their education paid for by the public.
As new media rises to the forefront of the industry, companies are adapting and revolutionising the way the newsroom operates.
Australian students applying for university may be better off studying health rather than science in order to secure a job after university.
Despite the big media companies Fairfax, News Ltd. and APN slashing staff levels recently, there are some who will benefit from the restructuring.
New research has revealed that the global recession had a far smaller impact on people with university degrees compared to those without.
An report on the Brisbane taxi industry investigated from the inside out and the findings might shock you.
Is living in a tent and recording the movements of lemur’s what you pictured to do when you graduate? It is for one recent UQ grad.
Looking for a job or work experience? Check out new listings on SJC’s JACpot site.
Editor-in-chief of Queensland Newspapers, David Fagan, revealed what he wanted from graduates who apply for jobs.