Those who have been unemployed for more than a year have less hope of ever finding a job.
While the advent of social media has not changed the basic codes of conduct for employees, it has made many infringements more visible.
Companies are losing experienced staff through counter-productive policies, analyst says.
Most barely make a living through small-scale buying and selling that does not use their skills.
Steve Jobs died two years ago this month. They should have waited a few more years before releasing Jobs.
Millennials graduating now may seem to be the logical answer to the IT skills shortfall. But donâ€™t count on it.
Positioning the actual destination of a company as a drawcard may be the new way to attract the attention of recruits.
Social media offer new insights on job candidates â€” but is it ethical or legal to base a hiring decision on a candidateâ€™s Facebook profile?
Careers within the built environment may remain in high demand, but there are plenty of challenges to overcome in todayâ€™s economy.
Graduates in accountancy have skill sets that can take their careers into most industries.
Software companies and a specialist placement organisation based in Denmark are pioneering a new approach to recruiting people with autism.
Social media adds a new dimension to the recruitment process, allowing companies to showcase themselves, and helping them to pick suitable candidates.
Young people need access to services, irrespective of where they are from, forum hears.
Amid the struggling manufacturing sector one business owner is standing out.
Worker-runâ€‰clothing factories have the potential to compete with regular companies.
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