Unemployment hits record low, but less people looking for work
While the unemployment figure dropped to 3.9 per cent, only 4,000 new jobs were created and 7,000 people gave up...READ MORE
Australian accounting students are struggling with the combined weight of their studies and work placements, as a major university and graduates alike find that degrees aren’t doing the job of getting candidates ready for the profession.
The UNSW Business School concedes that a typical three-year program is insufficient in preparing undergraduates to be fully ‘job ready’, with students having to undertake internships and extra-curriculum activities to achieve readiness.
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