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When ‘specialists’ are not so special – LinkedIn reveals Australia’s most overused profile buzzwords
LinkedIn has revealed Australia’s most overused words on LinkedIn profiles to avoid this year. Aussies are using buzzwords such as specialised, passionate or strategic in an attempt to highlight their expertise
New research by IBISWorld suggests that 2017 is likely to be characterised by growth in Road and Bridge Construction, Sugar Manufacturing, Oil and Gas Extraction, Data Storage and Child Care Services.
Everyone, regardless of their career path, should journal. Whether it’s Branson’s hastily scrawled notebook memos, Oprah’s gratitude-filled memoirs or Kahlo's art-strewn diaries, journaling is the reoccurring trait many successful people share.
There has also been an increase in the number of divorces for marriages that have exceeded 20 years or more. This statistic is troublesome as in such instances the assets to be divided are often greater and more complex in nature.
But there are a few essential things rideshare drivers, space-sharers and other ‘sharing economy’ workers need to know come tax time. Those earning income from the sharing economy should prepare for close scrutiny from the ATO.
A study by smartphone maker, OPPO has found that a quarter of Aussie professionals are regularly communicating using Emojis in the workplace, and it’s having a positive impact on their relationships.
WordPress and SEO-these two terms are gradually taking over the Internet in the context of an era when rank-based profit is growing an insane popularity.
As a nation, Australia ranked bottom of the table behind other nations including the US, Canada, Mexico, Ireland and Denmark when it comes to paying invoices.
You can’t go very far these days without hearing about Millennials and the younger generation being described as too lazy. Roberto Boschiroli disagrees.
“We mustn’t speak to strangers.” Popular Indian radio presenter Malavika Varadan, challenged this societal norm, in her talk at TEDxBITSPilaniDubai
The current crop of 20-35 year olds, dubbed “Generation Y” or Millennials, seem to be getting more than their fair share of criticism but do thy deserve it?
It doesn't matter who you are, many of us struggle to move from the shadows into the spotlight. Catriona Pollard shares why you should say yes more often
Australian workers who are adaptable and entrepreneurial in their attitude to work are expected to successfully ride the digital wave of change
Garry Bidwana, Marketing Manager at Eazy Cash, regularly writes about financial issues and has outlinined what we can learn from Greek economic crisis
As Australian companies usher in the new year, business info analysts at IBISWorld reveal the five industries expected to soar and the five expected to sink
LegalVision advises employers to exercise a healthy level of caution when conducting the end-of-year festivities this Christmas season
Customer service priority #1 this Christmas. Retailers, have enough staff to help customers; invest in loyalty and avoid turnoffs like point of sale charges
In today's ultra-competitive business work, one pitch can be the difference between becoming the next hot thing by clinching that big client or attracting...
New research has revealed that 74 per cent of Aussies have been sending their hard-earned cash to overseas shopping sites so far this year.
Drew Banks, Head of International at online presentation platform Prezi shares four tips with Anthill on how to deliver a killer conference talk