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Education is a vital part to everyones success.

by Robin Christie | 22 Apr 2015
Recent increases in the educational requirements of employers in the banking industry have made it more difficult for experienced candidates without tertiary qualifications to find roles.

This is one of the conclusions to have come from recruiting and human resources specialist Hays most recent

Reasons why Vet Fee loans should fall under NCCP Lending guidelines

by: Natasha Bita and John Ross

From: The Australian

March 12, 2015 12:00AM

TRAINING colleges will be banned from offering laptops, prizes and other inducements to attract students, and unscrupulous institutions fined and forced to refund their course fees, under dramatic reforms to rein in the soaring cost of student loans to

Digital Finance options will assist in alleviating poverty

Regulators must aid digital financial services uptake

by Robin Christie | 25 Feb 2015
The Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR) has called for regulators to zone in on building sustainability and consumer demand in the digital financial services space.

According to a CIFR-funded research paper, ‘Building Consumer Demand for Digital

Dangers of not understanding the link between education and humans

Media Release: FACTBase Bulletin No. 42

Perth’s investment in its people is falling behind

With Western Australia’s mining boom slowing and the labour market tightening, a new FACTBase report released by the Committee for Perth shows the need for greater investment in education and health services, higher rates of workforce participation

40% of Graduates enter chosen profession

Startling figures to understand and it is clear what people undertake to enter their intended chosen careers to what they actually end up doing shows there needs to be a re think on what is actually in the courses being undertaken.

Educational Institutions must now ensure that there

Australia and the Vibrant Gujarat 2015:

Australia was a partner country at the Vibrant Gujarat held from January 11-13, 2015 at Gandhinagar. On January 11, 2015 Minister Robb launched the Australian pavilion at Vibrant Gujarat. Premier Mike Baird was present at the signing of an MoU between NSW and the Government of Gujarat that covered

Not so Lucky country for some

By: Jeff Mazzini| Tags:

The Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) revealed in its latest national poverty report that
more than 600,000 children, and one third of children in single parent families, lived below the
poverty line.

The report analysed figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics for 2012. To be
considered “below the poverty line”,

SMSF trustee underinsurance ‘alarming’

It is alarming to read the following article which clearly shows the behaviours of many australians has not changed over the years and many still not have enough cover to protect the innocent when they die.
Australians will insure their house and their car before they will pay for life

Will increased education reduce theft

Written by Aleks Vickovich

Monday, 22 December 2014

The parliamentary joint committee on corporations and financial services has added its voice to the chorus supporting a rise in minimum education standards for financial advisers.

In a report handed down on Friday, the PJC outlined its views on “adviser education and professional

India, Indonesia could be Asia’s saviours

By: Jeff Mazzini| Tags:

by Robin Christie | 15 Dec 2014

China is likely to spend two to three years “muddling through” to avoid a hard economic landing, but India and Indonesia could prove to be bright spots for the wider Asian economy next year.

According to Alliance Bernstein, Senior Economist — Asia, Anthony Chan,

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