Pharmacists and pharmacy managers make the top three highest-paying jobs for Americans, according to a new analysis of salary data.
There’s a lot of razzle-dazzle at university open days, from sample law lectures, hands-on science activities, tours of labs and drone demonstrations to competitions, film screenings and fairy floss.
Australia is in the midst of a healthcare boom and it is showing no signs of slowing down.
Health degrees are more than twice as popular as they were in 2001, in a sign Australian students are paying attention to employment trends. Enrolments in health-related bachelor degrees grew from 20,130 in 2001 to 52,134 in 2016, according to Good Education Media, which released its latest The Good Careers Guide today.
The jobs of the future will be tech-heavy, portable and, most interestingly, they will put the worker in the driver’s seat.
Asia Pacific’s emerging innovation hub, the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct (GCHKP) will generate demand for high-tech jobs that are only just being imagined, with a new report highlighting the exciting career prospects, talent pipeline, and the new qualifications required.
Growing numbers of students are flocking to study healthcare courses at WA universities, an analysis of enrolment trends reveals.
The 2018 edition of The Good Universities Guide reveals that while universities around the country are providing a high-quality experience for students, it’s not translating to graduate jobs.
A private university and a small Catholic institution deliver the best overall experience for students, according to The Good Universities Guide 2018.
The University of Tasmania is number one in the country for Full-Time Employment and Skills Development in the pharmacy field of study, according to The Good Universities Guide 2018.