The classroom is shaping up as one key battleground for this year's federal election with Labor and the Coalition trying to lure teachers into the profession, but those already in the job say money can't fix everything.
Fears of AI wiping out future work are well founded, but as the current workforce grows up alongside an ageing population, future generations will have many job opportunities if they acquire the right skills, writes Lisa Denny.
Survivors who stood in neck-deep water for days on end are pulled from an illegal gold mine in Zimbabwe, which flooded on February 16, killing 24.
As China's economy slows, labour workers — increasingly under threat of unemployment and unpaid wages — mobilise with protests and worker strikes increasing across China.
As Australians continue to reach for their daily flat white, one Brisbane social researcher has discovered how cafes have changed the way we socialise.
Australians believe that having a job will protect them from homelessness. But that's no longer the case, with a dramatic rise in the number of people turning to services for the homeless to get by.
The survival of regional towns revolves around the need to train and retain the next generation of willing workers — but are there enough jobs to go around?
A group of Queensland naturopaths seek $3 million in damages from natural medicine retailers Healthy Life, Go Vita and a franchisee over wages underpayment and alleged bullying and abuse.
The Federal Government is on the hunt for revenue lost due to potential underreporting of income or outright tax avoidance by individuals earning money from sharing economy services.
Subcontractors working on a multi-million-dollar security upgrade at Parliament House have been left hundreds of thousands of dollars out of pocket after the company that hired them went broke.