Analysis shows China's GDP per capita would fall by 21% in 2050 under the new two-child policy.
Despite media reports that single parents might find relying on welfare payments more appealing than working, analysis shows they are better off working and more than half in Australia are.
Past attempts to help Latrobe Valley workers weather economic changes haven't made a difference, so the closure of Hazelwood presents a challenge.
Shadow minister for employment Brendan O'Connor said the labour force participation rate was in "free fall" and that this showed "people have stopped looking for work". Is that true?
Vocational Education and Training helps low school achievers up skill and avoid disadvantage in the workplace.
South Sudanese living in the ACT are facing racism when job seeking and can't get employment in roles for which they have professional qualifications.
Contrary to popular stereotypes, research shows young people in the workforce want much the same things from work as other generations.
Business Briefing: Abenomics fails to address Japan’s true woes.
The Japanese government needs to improve job security and address income inequality as "Abenomics" fails to deliver.
The free trade agreement between Australia and China won't mean an influx of Chinese workers, but rather an increase in Chinese investment which could be key to some Australian industries.
Was Opposition Leader Bill Shorten right about full time job losses and underemployment under the Coalition government?
MPs are considering a change to a policy that bans asylum seekers from working for 12 months.
The hospitality and tourism sector is struggling to find a good supply of lower-paid workers in the CBD, because that is also where they face either high housing or travel costs.
Entrepreneur and CEO, Holly Ransom, told the Q&A audience that it now takes a young person 4.7 years to find employment after graduating. Is that right?
There doesn't need to be sub-standard jobs in order for there to be enough jobs to go around.
It depends on what you mean by ‘graduates’.
The global game of supply and demand that lets UK doctors move abroad for better pay is the same force pushing down salaries at home.
With secure jobs hard to find, it's easier for people from higher social classes to be in temporary work.
Graduates aren't all working in coffee shops – they have fuelled growth in top jobs.
Most Australian exporters support the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, but it shouldn't adversely affect labour standards.
Uber is in a global fight to win a regulatory environment favourable to its business model. It could go one of two ways.