Amazon's Aussie hiring spree as it prepares for local launch

IT IS the global behemoth poised to shake up Australia’s $300 billion retail industry.

CASHED UP: The best paying jobs to chase in 2017

The IT sector is showing some big increases in wages.

They're the jobs you need to make a motza

HIRING: 100 jobs created as Kmart prepares to open

The chain promised to train all new staff

MY SAY: Job losses before Christmas a disaster

HAPPY DAYS: SmartCity Graduating class celebrate.

MY SAY: How did they not see effects of system change coming?

Employment makes strongest monthly gain in a year

Financial Planning - Couple getting consulted

Employment rebounded 39.1k in November

Third time lucky: Ipswich included in $20M jobs package

Boilermaker Jake Schostakowski gets to work at Ipswich business J.A Evans and Co.

Ipswich manufacturing business in hot seat to win 'innovation' grant

JOBS: Adani seeking workers for Bowen office

Adani has advertised jobs for their Bowen office.

Jobs advertised online by mining company

New supermarket: jobseekers, get your resumes ready

HOW TO APPLY: The 150 new jobs to be created in Maryborough will need both experienced and inexperienced workers.

The new supermarket will open in January.

$20,000 if you can give someone a job in regional Qld

In outback Queensland, youth unemployment has topped 33%

FULL TIME CARPET CLEANER Bundaberg * No experience required * All equipment supplied * Wages above award Full training given excellent working conditions with a...

40% of vocational student loans will not be repaid: report

Toowoomba apprentice Sean Leonard has won the Third Year Apprentice category in the Australian Renault Apprentice of the Year awards.

Government student loans under a cloud

Claims foreign aid cuts hurt girls' education

Claims foreign aid cuts hurt girls' education

First Australian Joint Strike Fighter pilot starts training

An F-35 II Joint Strike Fighter prototype undergoes testing in America.

Australian JSF pilot to begin training on Monday

Is your child a digital zombie or next Apple genius?

Children’s technology and learning expert, Dr. Kristy Goodwin

Digital education experts reveals her tips for use of tech

The cheap local servo drivers cross town for

KEEPING IT LOCAL: Liberty Service Station, Bargara.

Owners pride themselves on "keeping it local”

Boyne Smelter to close cells, cut production after power price spike

Boyne Smelters general manager operations Joe Rea announced job cuts due to increased power prices.

BSL is due to cut production and jobs because of electricity prices.

800 new jobs coming with NDIS to Bundaberg

FLYING FREE: The NDIS will help people with a disability live life to the full.

NDIS set to provide massive economic boom to region

Trump's protectionist tone weakens US markets

US stockmarket fell in response to Trump's inauguration speech

CFMEU official under fire for corporate spending

CFMEU Mackay district president Stephen Smyth at a rally.

Claims local official "racked up thousands" on corporate credit card