JETmag Blog

To the man who told me evolution makes women less suitable...

I'm not quite sure what he meant by this statement and what I was supposed to take from it. I imagined scenes from cave dwelling times. Did he mean that men were designed purely for hunting and grunting and women merely for mating and lactating?

Jobs

To the man who told me evolution makes women less suitable...

I'm not quite sure what he meant by this statement and what I was supposed to take from it. I imagined scenes from cave dwelling times. Did he mean that men were designed purely for hunting and grunting and women merely for mating and lactating?

How to start a business: Kiwi business owner’s advice for getting...

Are you contemplating putting that awesome business idea into action this year but too scared to take the leap of faith? Getting started is often the hardest part, according to Kiwi small business owners.

Education

Bad NCEA grades? Don’t panic, says NZ education expert

There will be joy, there will be surprise and there will be stress when NCEA exam results are released today - but one education expert says grades are becoming less important for Kiwi students’ post-high school success.

Training

Young Māori and Pasifika Building Graduates Positive about the Future

This year one hundred and eighty WelTec and Whitireia students across the Wellington region were part of the Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) scheme.

Dave Burt: No wonder there is a skills shortage in construction

The perfect storm, the construction sector has over-committed with too many businesses turning away the chance to take on apprentices.

Federated Farmers Apprenticeship launches

Thinking of getting into the dairy industry? New apprenticeship launches

Uni students take up iwi internship with Te Tatau o Te...

Two Victoria University of Wellington students are the first in the country to undertake an iwi internship at Te Tatau o Te Arawa.

Sector Profiles

Advertisement
Advertisement

Latest