The accounting profession in Australia is thriving. The number of accountants employed at the professional level has risen strongly over the past decade. This blog is where you find all the educational resources about the accounting industry and job market in Australia.
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The 2015 Hudson Australia Salary Guides provide essential salary information for hiring managers, job candidates and anyone curious about what they are currently worth.
Drawing on the extensive knowledge of our recruitment consultants, we are able to provide you with up-to-date market data across a wide range industri...Read Full Post »
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Figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics this morning revealed the WA jobless rate grew to 6.4 per cent in October, up from 6.1 per cent the previous month....Read Full Post »
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If you work in sales support or hospitality then unfortunately you have one of the most stressful jobs in Australia.
New research by Roy Morgan has tallied the least and most str...Read Full Post »
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If you’re a truck driver, postman or warehouse worker then unfortunately you have one of Australia’s most dangerous jobs.
Trucking workers have the most dangerous job in Australia, with more fatalities than any other industry, according to a new report by comparison website lifeinsuranc...Read Full Post »
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The highest paid are represented by the share of persons earning more than $2,000 per week ($104,000 per year), while the lowest paid occupations by those earning less than $800 per week ($41,600 per year).
The highest paid occupations are all professions and dominated by medical professions.
Anaest...Read Full Post »
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It used to be one of the safest career choices. But while Australians are deserting the accounting profession, an avalanche of foreign accounting students has hit our universities, prompting a fight between the government and big firms about how many accountants we actually need.
The number of Australians studying ...Read Full Post »
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The coming year looks positive for job seekers. A recovering economy, lower interest rates and burgeoning construction sector are all predicted to drive demand for labour, with skilled tradespeople and professionals leading the pack.
Key takeaways from the most recent SEEK Job Growth Report:
- 16 of 19 Australia...
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33% of Australians change jobs because they’re in search of that next big step up in their careers. The most common motivators driving them to climb the ladder include:
A better package and benefits. With growing families and escalating costs of living, itR...Read Full Post »
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After gathering relevant data, these are the recommended jobs based on popularity, company and salary. Take note that several factors were also taken into account such as projected growth, employee satisfaction, stress levels, varied career options and possible career advancement.
1. Information Technology
Why it’s great: Small, medium and large entities greatly rely on the use of computers and software. Background in inform...Read Full Post »
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Some of the jobs available may not look very attractive but when it comes to job growth and pay, these could be equally rewarding. Listed in here is Careercast.com’s list of the most underrated jobs of 2013.
1. Computer Systems Analyst
Job growth looks promising for computer systems analysts with number of employees expected to increaseby 22%. This shows a strong compensation package with the top earners receiving salaries over US$120,000.
Median Sa...Read Full Post »