Statistics suggest one-third to one-half of us are introverts. That being the case, when faced with a excruciating group situation, you are probably far from alone.
A nationwide project focused on encouraging people to join the trades is now on the road to New Zealand schools.
Young New Zealander of the Year Kendall Flutey explains to JETmag that the more successful she has become, the more her definition of success has changed.
Learning new skills is a brilliant way to stay motivated during the school term.
The first of our Q&A career profiles of real people, doing real jobs, as featured in 2019 JET magazine (out now!) is about Desiré, who loves being an electrician.
If you find yourself feeling down at any time, here are a few ways to cheer yourself up again!
Former Karamu High School student Chantel Slade has been accepted into Harvard University after applying for a psychology scholarship.
Students at Ōtaki College were left inspired after a visit from Kāpiti-based New Zealand actor Jed Brophy last week.
Six New Zealanders have made the Forbes Asia 30 Under 30 list of the hottest "game-changing" entrepreneurs.
3000 students will graduate from Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi on Friday.