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Why do people work anyway?

Why do we work? Why don’t we all just live in a commune, sleeping in late and bartering beans for berries as needed?

Why emotional intelligence is key in restructuring & insolvency

A career in restructuring & insolvency requires high emotional intelligence, analytical & problem-solving skills. Find out more about this graduate career.

Why graduates are obsessed with the Big Four

You’re studying hard towards that degree, but where are you planning to work when you graduate? Some people are happy getting any graduate position they can, while many others only have one goal - The Big Four.

Why it’s worth considering an unpaid internship

Internships can open a lot of doors and help set up your graduate career, but not all of them come with a pay packet. Find out why you should consider an unpaid internship.

Why should you do summer internships?

If you’re not sold on them yet, here are some clear-cut reasons to get some internships in during the summer period.

Why your IT degree alone isn’t enough

From a penchant for problem solving to the ability to communicate effectively, there are a range of ‘soft skills’ that recruiters will expect you to possess.

Wills and estates law area of practice

Solicitors involved in wills and estates help clients to draft wills and trusts, delegate powers of attorney, appoint enduring guardians, and produce other documents that will assist with the administration of the client’s estate once they have passed away (or during periods when they are incapacitated).

Women in STEM: myths, mentoring and more

Discover opportunities to help women progress in STEM careers in Australia, from mentoring programs to grants to advocacy groups.