Not only are Millennials snubbing oil and gas because of its negative image, they also seek different job perks than previous generations sought.
The key factor in studying the birth rate, an obvious factor sometimes overlooked by men, is that it is women, not men, who decide.
We don’t seem to have noticed that when it comes to the state of the nation, the Blues (and Victoria) are all over us.
Choosing to use language that make people's heads swim is a sweeping issue in our sector. Whether or not they mean to, many organisations fall into this pattern, and it doesn't help anyone.
Though it turned out favourable in the end, what can this young Chinese girl (and all Chinese international students and migrants) learn from this incident?
Reports of more terrorist attacks force us to once again address the question: why are westerners enlisting with ISIS?
The role of the father is disparaged or minimised. In earlier times, children were seen as belonging to fathers. The father was the natural parent, as it were.
Behind Forrest's wealth lies the eager hand of historical appropriation, the coloniser's prerogative to make good the use of natural resources.
A major difference between here and the stereotypical kleptocracy is that corporate and vested interests rather than individual players proliferate in the Australian context.
It's time for the silent majority to reclaim the national agenda
The Commonwealth Government cannot answer the simple question, 'How much does the Australian Government invest in Australia's children?'
Tragically a momentum builds up and people feel that they cannot swim against the tide, for example, people are being forced into online banking.