A survey conducted by the Federal Government shows recent graduates from SA’s universities are more likely to get a full-time job, as well as earning higher starting salaries than those who entered the workforce in the previous year.
Johnny & Davo from the Brekky Show spoke with the infamous MyBudget founder Tammy Barton this morning.
As part of the Fresh Jobs initiative, we are bringing in industry experts to chat about the benefits of their sector and what you need to do to be a part of it.
If you are trying to get back into the workforce but struggling to find where to start, a traineeship might be a good option.
One of the many side effects of the pandemic has been a rise in profound budget and therefore job cuts within state and government-run facilities, including those within the education sector.
This week Tourism Industry Council SA (TICSA), Arts Industry Council SA (AICSA), and Festivals Adelaide (FA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, which will guide their joint work to drive cross-industry collaboration and advance cultural visitation Adelaide, and South Australia more broadly.
Fresh Jobs royalty, the Job Doctors (Dr Clive Hume & Dr Paul Pers) came into the studio to chat about Jobedge. The experienced medical practitioners gave some amazing advice on how to manage your health during the job hunt, whilst at an interview or just if you're having a bad day at work!
It has been circling the news that South Australia’s focus on the defence sector has been of the utmost importance in recent weeks, and in hindsight of rising political pressure.
Bjorn Jarvis, head of Labour Statistics at the ABS (Australian Bureau of Statistics), said the number of payroll jobs in Australia was now "around the same level as last year".
The 2021 Adelaide Festival generated an estimated gross expenditure of $42.5 million for the state of South Australia.
Looking to head out bush and work with your hands?! You should be pleased to hear that Agriculture Job listings have soared of late.
The Local Jobs Plan for the Murray and South East region of South Australia was launched today in Mt Gambier as part of the Australian Government's $62.8 million Local Jobs Program.
The digital and cyber industry can seem unattainable for most. The brekky team spoke ith Laurie Tonks from Nova Systems to discuss the path into the industry.
SA start-up: Makers Empire has been awarded almost $300,000 in support from the State Government. The grant will support the roll-out of Makers Empire’s MakeShop project, which aims to advance their 3D design and 3D printing technology and begin pilot programs in more Australian and international schools.
Ground-breaking French computer programming school ‘42’ will open its first Australian campus in Adelaide, with 140 jobs or training pathways available for young South Australians.