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Student Stories: Four things I wish I knew before starting uni

Student Stories: Four things I wish I knew before starting uni

With my first year nearly complete, here are some lessons I learnt in my first year of uni that other future students may benefit from.

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A breakdown of The Good Universities Guide 2020 ratings

A breakdown of The Good Universities Guide 2020 ratings

This annual data reveals statistics and rankings of different universities across Australia, allowing you to make informed decisions when selecting a university to suit your own personal preferences and needs.

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Career Spotlight: Aged Care

Career Spotlight: Aged Care

According to the Australian Government, the percentage of Australians over 65 is projected to increase to 18.7 per cent by 2031 — that’s a big jump from the recorded 13.8% in 2011. 

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Is there still a place for journalism studies?

Is there still a place for journalism studies?

I’ve always wanted to be a journalist. A sports journalist, to be specific.

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Beat procrastination with the Pomodoro Technique

Beat procrastination with the Pomodoro Technique

There are plenty of tricks for study success, but when the assignments are piling up and exams are looming, maintaining momentum is key. 

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Best places to work in Australia in 2019

Best places to work in Australia in 2019

In August 2019, Great Place to Work Australia released its annual publication, 50 Best Places to Work. The best 50 is determined by research based on surveys and evaluation of the company’s policies and procedures.

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100 jobs of the future

100 jobs of the future

It’s inevitable: many jobs that exist now will eventually be superseded by technology, and many industries will evolve beyond recognition, thanks to advancements in technology.  

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Should teachers be adding a psychological string to their bows?

Should teachers be adding a psychological string to their bows?

The prevalence of teachers serving as counsellors and confidants, not only for students but other staff raises an interesting question: how could a qualification in psychology benefit teachers when it comes to dealing with students and even broadening their own career aspirations?

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Taylah Lloyd - Open Universities Australia

Taylah Lloyd - Open Universities Australia

Meet Taylah Lloyd studying a Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice with Griffith University, online through Open Universities Australia. 

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