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New global crisis warning

WORLD leaders arriving in Mexico for today’s G20 summit have been warned that Europe’s economic ills could precipitate a second global financial crisis. On the eve of the summit, outgoing World Bank chief Robert Zoellick said Europe was ripe for

Queensland needs 30,000 mining jobs in five years

New research says expansions in the resources industry mean Queensland will need an extra 30,000 mining workers over the next five years. According to research firm Kinetic Group’s annual Heartbeat Report, new and expanding projects in Queensland are predicted to

Australia opens its tourism industry to worldwide investment

Australia is pushing for more investment in its tourism industry to bankroll local projects. To that end, Tourism Australia, the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism (DRET) and the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) have joined forces in a new strategic

Define career progression or risk losing key staff

Frustrated by the lack of defined career progression and recognition of their accomplishments, nearly two thirds of Australian finance professionals intend to move to a new employer in 2012, according to a recent survey. The survey found that the desire

Resources companies join to push for skilled migrants

Woodside chairman Michael Chaney has joined Gina Rinehart in pushing for skilled migrants to fill empty mining jobs. Speaking at Woodside's annual general meeting Chaney said while companies were focused on training and finding local workers, these efforts could not