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The “leaky pipeline” of females represented in academic careers could steam from a stark disparity between male and female participation in departmental seminars.
Small steps are sometimes all that's needed to open your eyes to new possibilities.
Whangarei panelbeaters are the latest to follow the four-day working week trend.
Students think creativity is top of the list. It isn't.
Regimented rows of desks are ancient history. Individual offices are too isolating, and too costly. And entirely open plan can be noisy and distracting.
Bay of Plenty Plumbing and Gas marketing manager and owner Sarah Jamieson says she is constantly on the lookout for qualified plumbers and gasfitters.
Women are the biggest winners of the current buoyant labour market. Figures out today showed the 62.8 per cent employment rate for females was the highest on record and the unemployment rate (4.7 per cent) the lowest in a decade. The...
To earn big dollars these days you no longer have to spend years at uni. Tradies are pulling in huge amounts of cash, but the riches aren't spread evenly among them. Not only do they have to work hard, they have...
Forget the three “Rs” of reading, writing and arithmetic, if you want to find and keep a job in the brave new world of the digital economy you’ll have to master the four “Cs”.
Rangitoto College student and JETmags very own resident blogger William Cole, 17, co-founder of skincare brand Clearfree discusses starting a business in his enterprise class and a future in business.


First woman gains civil trades certification

The first woman to complete her civil trades certification may soon be followed by another – her daughter.