Employment

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Randstad's Employer Brand Research Report ranks UNSW as the 15th most attractive place to work in Australia. 

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Australia's trend unemployment rate remained steady in April 2019 at 5.1%, according to the latest information released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

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Programs that help Defence Force personnel to move into civilian employment after completing their service were recognised this week.

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The changing economic landscape, and advances in technology, bring progress and unprecedented challenges for a new generation wondering what their careers will look like, says UNSW Business School’s Professor Richard Holden.

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UNSW Business School Professor Fiona Martin says it is a shame the 2018 budget did not do anything to help the long-term unemployed in Australia.

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UNSW Sydney has come out on top for graduate employability in a national survey of more than 90,000 students.

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Australia continues to create jobs, but wages aren’t keeping up and policymakers are running out of options, writes Richard Holden.

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UNSW is among the top three Australian universities for graduates finding jobs, according to the latest rankings.

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To address the high demand for data scientists who can make discoveries and gain insights through the analysis of complex information, UNSW has launched a Bachelor of Data Science and Decisions.

Mental health and work

The government's contention that employment is positive for those with mental illness is strongly supported by the evidence, write Philip Mitchell and Geoffrey Waghorn.

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