The construction industry is booming in Australia and is predicted to have above average employment growth over the next 5 years. With opportunities for entry-level starters as well as high salaried positions, the construction industry is one to watch. If you're already working in it, have a look at how you measure up in this infographic based on information from a recent study by Seek.com.
In 2018, we are increasingly conducting our lives online. Approximately 50% of the Australian population logs into Facebook every single day. 9 million people are active on Instagram – the fastest growing social network – while 4 million Australians use Snapchat daily (source). With such high rates of use, it is natural that social media permeates through all areas of our life – including our work life. However, job seekers often fail to realise that their social media accounts can absolutely help or hinder their success.
The structural changes in the labor market caused by globalization, modern technology that is accelerating to unpredictable proportions, as well as financial and economic crises and aging population, have all resulted in high permanent unemployment, leaving governments around the world in quite of a struggle, without the prospect of them achieving any noticeable results anytime soon.
In the world, seen as a Global Village, prolonged instability of the financial market, causes shocks throughout the world’s economies, leaving the vast majority of securities, cryptocurrencies, real estate and other kinds of investors rolling in the failure of the digitalised financial resources gone worthless. Alongside them, other industries suffer. Past decade was the lavish display of all we just mentioned.
Most of the developed world is in the transition from the traditional economy to the economy powered and propelled by innovations.