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Nearly half of students surveyed by GradAustralia in 2016 expect to put in up to 20 applications before landing a graduate job.

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A recent survey by GradAustralia has found that Diversity and fulfilment are the key to the millennial jobseeker mindset.

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Only a slim majority of students feel they have the skills necessary to enter the labour market, according to a survey by GradAustralia.

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The number of graduates in Victoria applying to become teachers has dropped sharply by nearly 40 per cent in a single year.

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A study of year 12 graduates in Canberra shows the higher a student’s ATAR, the more likelihood they would take a gap year in 2016. They were also more likely to choose courses based on interest over employment prospects.

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Dr Dinesh Palipana is making history as Queensland Health’s first quadriplegic intern, one of 700 graduates Queensland Health anticipates they’ll employ this year.

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MBA graduate salaries have a hit historic high, but do they really justify the tuition fees and time away from work required?

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postgrads are earning more than their undergrad peers

Recent data suggests postgraduate study is a route to stronger rates of full-time employment and salaries across disciplines.

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Students perspectives, issues and solutions addressed - Students at university

Among the many panels featuring distinguished industry reps, VCs and professors, one gave voice to students from all walks of life.

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Micro-credentials for lifelong learning - Hands on computer keyboard

The UA 2019 conference yielded several insights from higher education providers into what university degrees could look like in future.

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Students with extraordinarily low ATARs are progressing into the field, but what does this mean for the profession?

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After a rush of well-dressed university VCs, media and education professionals, the assembled Higher Education Conference representatives fell silent.

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