Top Things That Tradies Hate

Top Things That Tradies Hate

Jeremy Levitt, CEO of find-a-tradie-site ServiceSeeking, says customers who lack trade knowledge can make unreasonable demands when they hire tradies.
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  • Families Feel Pressure Of Schooling Costs

    22:17' 01-02-2018

    Families Feel Pressure Of Schooling Costs

    The cost of public education schooling is putting enormous pressure on families.

  • Tech Schools Partner With CSIRO

    23:36' 24-01-2018

    Tech Schools Partner With CSIRO

    Students attending Victoria’s 10 Tech Schools will have access to better learning programs, thanks to a new partnership with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).

  • Facts And Stats For The School Bag

    19:50' 23-01-2018

    Facts And Stats For The School Bag

    If your children are starting or returning to school now, they are part of a group that makes up around one seventh of the Australian population.

  • Business Calls For Major Education Shakeup

    19:43' 23-01-2018

    Business Calls For Major Education Shakeup

    Australian businesses claim the education system often fails to prepare employees, and prospective employees, for careers in their workplaces.

  • Top Tools For Mastering Academic English

    23:40' 22-01-2018

    Top Tools For Mastering Academic English

    Tertiary study in Australia is a big challenge, and a little bigger if English is your second language. However, the challenge becomes greater when you also have to learn the specialised vocabulary and style used by textbooks and teachers.

  • Migrant Business Owners Are Creating Jobs

    20:02' 22-01-2018

    Migrant Business Owners Are Creating Jobs

    A new report by leading insurance company CGU shows hard-working migrant business owners are not only innovative and ambitious, but are also creating thousands of new jobs.

  • Workplace Myths Only Help The Employer

    18:54' 09-01-2018

    Workplace Myths Only Help The Employer

    Whether as a tourist or a student, getting a job in Australia is a great way to learn about the country, meet people and make some extra money. However, some employers try to take advantage of young people from overseas, who are not familiar with Australian labour laws.

  • ATAR Is Not The Only Path Ahead

    17:30' 09-01-2018

    ATAR Is Not The Only Path Ahead

    Victorias more than 50,000 Year 12 students have completed their studies, received their ATAR scores, and are contemplating their future. Some may be pleased with their results, but many will no doubt be at least a little disappointed.

  • New Year Changes For Work And Study

    18:01' 08-01-2018

    New Year Changes For Work And Study

    Changes taking effect from 1 January will affect school and university students, welfare recipients, travellers and homeowners.

  • International Education Sector Grows Rapidly

    17:37' 08-01-2018

    International Education Sector Grows Rapidly

    Victoria’s international education sector is growing rapidly, and now supports almost 58,000 jobs across Melbourne and throughout regional Victoria.

  • Reconnecting People With Training And Jobs

    18:32' 21-12-2017

    Reconnecting People With Training And Jobs

    Not for profit employment services provider Westgate Community Initiatives Group Inc (WCIG) has received more than $1 million to deliver its Skills First Reconnect program. WCIG is one of 27 Learn Locals and TAFEs sharing in $19.8 million of government funding to support almost 3000 Victorians.

  • Tradie Shortage Reveals Niche Markets

    18:20' 06-12-2017

    Tradie Shortage Reveals Niche Markets

    When it is hard to find anyone qualified to carry out a certain job, there is a niche market, and a gold mine for anyone specialised in the work.

  • Student Career Advice Enquiry Closes Soon

    18:14' 06-12-2017

    Student Career Advice Enquiry Closes Soon

    A Victorian parliamentary inquiry into the feelings of young people and teachers towards career advice at schools is about to close.

  • Some Hard Facts About The Australian Workplace

    18:10' 06-12-2017

    Some Hard Facts About The Australian Workplace

    The news often reports on debates about wages, superannuation, union activity and many other work-related issues. It can be hard to pick out the facts from the opinions.

  • Chance To Renew Scholarship Draws Near

    16:47' 06-12-2017

    Chance To Renew Scholarship Draws Near

    Students who have received a Western Chances scholarship will have the chance to apply for a renewal of their scholarship in January.

  • Inner West Learning Precinct Reaches Milestone

    16:51' 05-12-2017

    Inner West Learning Precinct Reaches Milestone

    A transition plan will begin next year to establish a new secondary school, with two junior campuses and one senior campus, as part of the Footscray Learning Precinct, to provide better learning opportunities for inner western suburbs students.

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