Underemployment and unemployment are being affected by growing use of artificial intelligence in the workplace.
This reminded me of a phrase Iíve heard bandied around in NDIS circles, and thatís working towards Ďa life more ordinaryí.
Employable Me, the ABC's current three-part documentary following people with disability as they look for work is well worth watching.
Jon Faine's recent ABC radio interview with disability activist Carly Findlay in itself revealed how people with disability are treated differently in daily life and everyday conversations. Here's how to do it better.
The way we understand intelligence is changing, and this is reflected in how we work, what employers look for in future employees, and how best to enable the skills required by the future workforce.
Peter Dutton, the Home Affairs minister who is leading the charge towards making Australia even less relevant to the world than it already is, was two months old when I arrived in Australia.
What's all the buzz about Earth Hour? In fact, your average candle does more damage on the carbon pollution front than a night light.
A new generation hooked on technology has given up on democracy and shut the door to civil discussion, instead choosing hate, defensiveness and extreme solutions.
A Yale University professor has unwittingly given us an insight into why Australians are fed up with their politicians.
I'd hazard a guess 90 per cent of Super Rugby players consider safety overreach a negative.
Sponsorship programs in various US states exist encouraging gun loading and training for administrators and teachers.
The stars and the moon are natural tenants of a darkened world, but man- made lights often stand out because of their very reason for existence.