Tag: jobs

Rohingya Education: Learning Jaipur

Jasmine Hines- October 29, 2018

A Rajasthani woman funds over fifty Rohingya children's education. An anthropologist considers refugee working conditions, while Jaipur's rubbish pickers work hard. One Rohingya man organises ... Read More

The Dabbawalas: Mumbai’s Meals on Wheels

Claudia Farhart- October 16, 2016

By Claudia Farhart Meet the Dabbawalas: India's famous deliverymen who collect freshly made home-cooked meals from all over Mumbai and deliver them to the offices ... Read More

Banning Mumbai’s iconic Victoria horses: what will the consequences be?

John Ballot- October 16, 2016

https://soundcloud.com/john-ballot/banning-mumbais-iconic-victoria-horses by John Ballot Along Mumbai's famous Marine Drive, tourists can be seen getting into large silver carriages that will take them around the tourist ... Read More

Higher education at a crossroads

Mitch Parker- November 8, 2012

Universities such as the University of Queensland, are reaching an economic crossroads. Australians are flocking to higher education in rising numbers, according to an Australian ... Read More

Fee hike could mean trouble for science students

Alex Livingstone- October 20, 2012

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 ... Read More

Job opportunities rely on experience

s4200337- October 20, 2012

The Australian employment rate has decreased over the last two years, so Jac digital reporter Adam Robinson prepares students for future employment. Read More

Should students pay more for education?

Kendall Jones- October 18, 2012

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, ... Read More

Digital era changes newsroom

Matthew Dunn- October 4, 2012

As new media rises to the forefront of the industry, companies are adapting and revolutionising the way the newsroom operates. Read More

Health beats science in job prospects

Mitch Parker- September 24, 2012

Data Sources: The Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations’ 2012 Australian Jobs Report; The Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education Admissions ... Read More

Life remains in journalism

Mitchell Smith- September 22, 2012

Despite the big media companies Fairfax, News Ltd. and APN slashing staff levels recently, there are some who will benefit from the restructuring. Read More

University graduates do better in recession

Kendall Jones- September 21, 2012

New research has revealed that the global recession had a far smaller impact on people with university degrees compared to those without. Read More

Brisbane taxi industry uncovered

Brisbane taxi industry uncovered

Amber Davidson- November 7, 2011

An report on the Brisbane taxi industry investigated from the inside out and the findings might shock you. Read More