Hundreds of jobs, but where are the workers?

Local job expert explains how a mining sector resurgence is causing Central Queensland's skill shortage.

Regions win big with local jobs from $5.2 billion deal

PM Malcolm Turnbull will launch a strategy to make Australia one of the top ten global defence exporters within the next decade. Picture: David Crosling

Regional Queensland business owners urged to tender for Land400 work

How much you should be earning

Time to ask for that payrise. Picture: Dan Peled/AAP

It turns out money does buy happiness, and here's how much you need

Nursing options just the ticket

Leanne (Lulu) Zalapa and nurse David Waddilove.

Healthcare sector job offerings set to boom

Firm has 100 skilled worker vacancies in CQ, Minister says

Labor's Capricornia candidate Russell Robertson with Minister for Training Shannon Fentiman and Rockhampton MP Barry O'Rourke.

Fentiman says region staring down the barrel of skills shortage

Health sector leads as Sunshine Coast jobs surge

Aerial photography Sunshine Coast. Sunshine Coast University Hospital.

Sunshine Coast unemployment lower than Brisbane

Could you work at Aldi for $102k?

Aldi Australia CEO Tom Daunt. Picture: Hollie Adams/The Australian

Aldi is kicking off 2018 by hiring 50 people on a salary of $102,000

M'boro prison needs to fill 10-15 full-time jobs

PRISON JOBS: Maryborough Correctional Centre General Manager Louise Kneeshaw says new job oppotunities will help curb overcrowding.

There are 10-15 positions available. All you need to know inside.

How Australia chucks a sickie

Taking a sickie is popular with Australians.

ALMOST half of us are chucking a sickie when we take sick leave

How Aussies can survive robot takeover

Getting a job was already competitive for young Aussies, and automation means they’ll have to brush up on skills that employers used to ignore. Picture: iStock

Millenials aren't just fighting each other, they're fighting robots

Upskill to prove your value to potential employers

TIME TO SHINE: A potential employer needs to see you as an invaluable asset that will deliver results for their business.

How to stand out from the crowd in a competitive labour market.

Claims foreign aid cuts hurt girls' education

Claims foreign aid cuts hurt girls' education

iPhone X has nothing on Samsung’s Galaxy S9

The fingerprint scanner has been moved to below the camera in the centre.

Why Samsung’s Galaxy S9 outshines Apple’s expensive iPhone X

Big insurance mistake Aussies are making

You could be unnecessarily eating into your life savings.

Take control of insurance in super for confidence and cost savings

Drone: Extent of CQ mine-blast road's gaping split revealed

CRACKING UP: John Eden took these aerial photographs of Gibihi Rd, Moura yesterday. They were shared to The Moura & Dawson River Flooding History Page Facebook yesterday, after a blast on Saturday.

A determined John Eden's farm borders the road, and he's had enough

TOO MUCH MONEY: World is trapped by humungous bubble

Traders are speculating on companies they believe might have a huge future, but our faith in technology could be driving a huge bubble. Picture: Bryan R. Smith / AFP

This graph is incredible — and terrifying

Lismore motel to reopen after 12 months of heartache

Dawson Motor Inn owner Dianne Nisner, who, with managers Wendy Johnson and Jo Bussell, have been putting the final touches on the inn's renovations after the flood.

"There were ... times I didn't think we were going to get through"

Secrets that millionaires teach their kids

“Being rich won’t make you happy, but it will solve 90 per cent of your problems,” writes Steve Siebold Picture: Thinkstock

Learn the secrets self-made millionaires teach their children