More complex human-only positions that were previously unimaginable are now being filled by millennials and the first of the Generation Z population.
Apprentice Rhys Gwyther is relishing the opportunity to earn and learn at the same time.
A young North Otago woman is planning a research project to probe the cause of labour shortages in the agri-food sector.
Blogger Jessica discusses Technovation, the global competition in which young girls solve real-world problems using technology.
A new partnership means new hope in the construction centre for a more secure workforce as it faces at least four more years of continuing growth.
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.