People will still be needed on factory floors, even as robots become more common. Future operators will have technical support and be super-strong, super-smart and constantly connected.
Many refugees are unable to use the skills and knowledge they have brought with them and obtain work equal to their experience.
The latest Census shows Australians spend between five and 14 hours a week on unpaid domestic work, but it's women who suffer the most from this.
In a highly individualistic world where work prevents us from spending time with friends and family, a universal basic income could change society.
We spend most of our waking hours at work, but are we really ourselves when we step through the door?
Higher child support payments actually lead to an increase in the employment rate of single mums, research finds.
So-called 'soft skills' – including interpersonal skills, critical thinking and relationship-building – are rated as being important across all jobs and industries.
Workplace cultural diversity and productivity are closely related. But the potential benefits can only be realised if organisations foster a conducive atmosphere for their diverse workforce.
The Fair Work Commission's latest decision to cut certain Sunday and public holiday penalty rates continues a tradition of undervaluing young workers.
Seven million workers are missing out on information which keep keep them healthier.
Psychologists rank job insecurity as one of the most stressful things about work – new research uncovers why.
Having a job plays an important role in our overall happiness – yet research also shows most of us are unhappy while we're at work.
Labour force data actually shows that, after an initial period of relatively high unemployment, employment rates among migrant communities eventually reach parity with the rest of the population.
Workers in the gig economy may need to family members, online services or mentors to preserve their mental health.
In work poverty is a sign the icy tide of capitalism is now lapping at our ankles in the global north.
Doing well at work can often just lead to getting more work to do.
Theresa May's plan to boost UK competitiveness risks exposing flaws in the higher education sector.
When it comes to gig workers, research says it's better to work with others and in the same place everytime.
The foundations are shaky after the previous regime, but there are reasons to be optimistic about Theresa May's initiative.
Britons, Nigerians, Americans and Brasilians don't see time in the same way. These differences are explained by the history and constraints of each country.