Where the 13,000 mining jobs are

THE mining and resources downturn is over and thousands of jobs are coming back to the industry

Bringing down indigenous workplace hurdles

PASSIONATE: Jobs4Youth co-ordinator Rebekah Carr.

There are many benefits of hiring indigenous staff.

Careers Australia fails: 15,000 students, 1000 staff gone

Group's 1000 staff sent an email that they had been stood down

$20m available for Wide Bay business to create jobs

SHOT IN THE ARM: Member for Hinkler Keith Pitt says the funding is a "much-needed” boost for the region.

Cash for infrastructure, innovation, training

How to survive the robot jobs revolution

Nicholas Davis is here to tell you that it’s not all bad news

Adani delay 'hurts locals who want mine work'

EARLIER AGREEMENT: Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Adani Group chairman Gautam Adani in India this year.

Ministers told to get out of the way

Will the cashless welfare card work in getting people jobs?

DOES IT WORK? Research on the cashless welfare card trial found some evidence of participants expressing more interest in working.

Differing views on best way to reduce unemployment

The $1000-a-day jobs of the future are not what you think

In workplace speak they’re also known as “slashies”

Jobs without degrees: Is university becoming outdated?

Dr Amantha Imber is the author of The Innovation Formula.

Australians should reconsider enrolling in university

Five tips for scoring a mining job

LANDING A JOB: Stanmore's coal handling and processing plant.

EQIP general manager Melissa Denniss weighs in.

All-Round Farm Hand

All-Round Farm Hand Dorrian Farms is seeking an all-round farm hand with experience in tractor operation and spraying, with a sound mechanical knowledge.

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

Refugee 'unfairly' sacked from Byron Bay Superfoods

Company labelled "vindictive" after civil war victim bullied

Man's amazing comeback from monster crisis

Pat O'Driscoll agents Penny Keating and Doug Webber sold 56 Agnes St, The Range at auction over the weekend.

NOT long ago, he sold his possessions to pay staff. Now he's back.

Takalvans owner says proposed laws will hurt small business

FAIR GO: Takalvans owner Dale Rethamel is relieved the government will exempt the caravan industry from Sunday trade under new reforms.

Caravan retailers don't want Sunday trade

Your shout: South Kolan Hotel down but not out

STILL OPEN: Despite being hit by a four-wheel-drive Alec and Jo Duffy's South Kolan Hotel is still serving meals and beer.

Pub trades on despite 4WD destroying half the building

Failed training provider sues SmartCity College for $3m

SHUT: A now-closed SmartCity campus, which is up for lease.

EXCLUSIVE: Lawsuit lodged against SmartCity by failed training head

Businesses deliver big boost to Base soup kitchen

ORDER UP: Celebrating the installation are (from left) Base Services' Tiff Spary, GJ Gardner Homes' Ed Thomas, All About Plumbing's Mick Grills, Joyce Mayne's Michael Farrugia and Chris Napier from GJ Gardner Homes.

City businesses, services rally to benefit not-for-profit group