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some of the highest-paying jobs in the country don’t need degrees.
With more and more companies using some form of artificial intelligence, there are skills shortages in many key IT areas.
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.
It's all in how you word it, it seems.
Your tax code can differ from someone else’s, depending on your circumstances, which may or may not change the amount of tax deducted from your pay.
The latest in our series of Q&A career profiles of real people, doing real jobs, is about Peter Ravn, who is a builder.
There’s tremendous scope for interesting and enjoyable careers in the money business.
If you've ever sat through a job interview only to never hear from your potential boss again, three seemingly innocent words could be to blame.


Blog: Feelings are a curse, but also a privilege

Feelings are what make you human, says new JETmag blogger Sarah, and so, yes, it is gross, but perhaps you should talk to someone about them.