The Good Careers Guide 2019 holds positive news for would-be engineers and physiotherapists.
There’s a skills shortage for engineering roles in Australia.
The latest edition of The Good Careers Guide has been released and analysis by the Guide’s publisher, Good Education Group, has revealed there are some high-demand occupations lacking an adequate supply of graduates.
Health degrees are more than twice as popular as they were in 2001, in a sign Australian students are paying attention to employment trends.
Fees across South Australia’s private secondary and R-12 schools have grown faster than in any other state, a new analysis shows, and at a greater rate in the regions than in Adelaide.
Two Far Northern private schools have reduced tuition fees this year in a bid to make Catholic education more affordable.
At Melton Secondary College, perched on the fringe of Melbourne’s north-western sprawl, teachers are forced to roster class heating and cooling.
Hayley Dureau never planned on becoming a teacher. At high school, she wanted to be a doctor.
Supersized schools are being proposed to cater for booming student numbers, with soaring enrolments prompting one school to truck in almost 50 portables and run five staggered lunchtimes.
University students across the world face the issue of finding work once their studies have been completed, but recent studies have revealed that there’s one degree which guarantees almost immediate employment.