Tips To Survive The Exam Period

Tips To Survive The Exam Period

Students feeling the pressure of the exam period may find themselves compromising their main life needs to get by, but this can harm their results in the end.
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  • New Jobs For Auto Workers In The West

    18:13' 05-09-2017

    New Jobs For Auto Workers In The West

    A State Government initiative has helped a Sunshine West engine repair business create highly-skilled jobs for former automotive workers.

  • Renewable Energy Targets Aiming For A Jobs Boom

    18:16' 29-08-2017

    Renewable Energy Targets Aiming For A Jobs Boom

    Legislation introduced into the State Parliament two weeks ago will set ambitious new renewable energy targets for Victoria, of 25% by 2020 and 40% by 2025. If passed, it will be the first time such ambitious renewable energy targets have been enshrined in legislation anywhere in Australia.

  • How Many Jobs To List On Your CV

    18:07' 29-08-2017

    How Many Jobs To List On Your CV

    Using your CV to apply for a job, you want to give employers the widest range of your skills, so they can judge whether you are suitable for the position.

  • The Best Job Choices For Overseas Students

    18:22' 24-08-2017

    The Best Job Choices For Overseas Students

    International students often rely on part-time work to help them cover their living costs. This kind of work also has the advantage of the chance to improve English language skills.

  • Ten New Tech Schools In Plan For The Future

    18:25' 23-08-2017

    Ten New Tech Schools In Plan For The Future

    Ten new Tech Schools are expected to open in mid-2018, as part of the State Government’s $128 million Tech School initiative.

  • How Gen Y Will Fit Into The Workplace

    20:11' 15-08-2017

    How Gen Y Will Fit Into The Workplace

    The young people called “millennials”, or “Generation Y”, are often seen by older generations as lazy, selfish, and not easily inclined to take orders from others.

  • Career Futures Signalled In Booming Rail Industry

    20:07' 14-08-2017

    Career Futures Signalled In Booming Rail Industry

    The raft of infrastructure projects currently under way in Victoria, notably the development and extension of the rail network, means the state has a growing need for rail workers.

  • Overseas Students Have Their Own Ombudsman

    13:42' 10-08-2017

    Overseas Students Have Their Own Ombudsman

    An Ombudsman helps people who have problems with Australian businesses and government agencies. There are different Ombudsmen for different businesses and parts of government.

  • Social Media Platform Key To Industry Learning

    13:49' 09-08-2017

    Social Media Platform Key To Industry Learning

    A newly developed learning platform, called Opentute, uses social media methods for learning and engaging with industry.

  • Schools Failing To Prepare Young Victorians For Work

    20:01' 03-08-2017

    Schools Failing To Prepare Young Victorians For Work

    Over three quarters (76%) of young Victorians believe their schools or universities have failed to prepare them for the world of work, according to the latest research from youth career coaching firm, TwoPointZero.

  • Australia Running Short In Digital Tech Skills

    19:41' 03-08-2017

    Australia Running Short In Digital Tech Skills

    The Federal Government is investing in programs to attract and retain talent in its digital workforce.

  • Migrants Can Report Work Issues In Their Own Language

    19:56' 31-07-2017

    Migrants Can Report Work Issues In Their Own Language

    The Fair Work Ombudsman is making it easier for migrant workers to report workplace issues, by launching its popular Anonymous Report function in 16 languages other than English. The languages include Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Indonesian and Filipino.

  • Funds Will Help Students To Financial Literacy

    19:48' 31-07-2017

    Funds Will Help Students To Financial Literacy

    The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) considers being MoneySmart is a core life skill, and has developed the MoneySmart Teaching program to develop consumer and financial literacy capabilities in young Australians.

  • Students Offered A Voice For Engagement

    20:07' 24-07-2017

    Students Offered A Voice For Engagement

    The Victorian Student Representative Council (VicSRC) is partnering with the State Government to help make student voice a priority, and empower students to fully participate in school life.

  • National Workforce Large Because Of Migrants

    13:55' 24-07-2017

    National Workforce Large Because Of Migrants

    A new study has revealed that migration has had an important effect on the Australian workforce. In the past five years, four out of five staff hired have been new migrants. According to population expert Professor Peter McDonald, of the University of Melbourne, migrants have kept worker numbers in Australia from falling.

  • Conference Opens The Door To International Careers

    15:18' 20-07-2017

    Conference Opens The Door To International Careers

    International students who are looking for advice or ideas about their future career would be well advised to attend the 13th International Careers Conference in Melbourne on 25 August.

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