Over the years, at Agrotonomy Tower Farms, we have grown over 50 different varieties of tomatoes using Tower Garden technology.
We want them to have the tools and support they need to earn money and thrive, whether creating and sharing content is a primary business, one of many revenue streams, or a lifeline that’s kept their business afloat during the pandemic. Those efforts are making an impact. From 2019 to 2020, the number of content creators earning the equivalent of $10,000 USD per month grew 88% and content creators earning $1,000 per month grew 94%.
One hundred job opportunities were put on offer at a jobs fair in Western Sydney. Leading employment services provider, Asuria, and Acadiam (formerly the Aboriginal Advancement Alliance), co-hosted the event giving job seekers the opportunity to connect with employers recruiting for roles in the Care, Construction and Business Services industries.
Australia’s labour shortage and strong hiring activity has created ideal conditions for Australian workers to accelerate their career as businesses compete to fill vacant roles. Job advertisement rates are at a thirteen year high whereas job vacancy rates have also increased by 74% when compared to February 2020, prior to the start of the pandemic, meaning there are multiple job opportunities for skilled workers open to changing roles.
Organisations that allow this phenomenon to go on are missing a great opportunity to have multiple perspectives and insights so as to facilitate innovation and improvement.
The world’s leading sparkling water brand, SodaStream, has appointed Laura Wilson as its Managing Director in Australia to lead the company’s next generation of innovation.
A new collaborative report from PwC, Social Ventures Australia, the Global Apprenticeship Network and the Apprentice Employment Network identifies measures required to build an apprenticeship that works in the modern world and remedy Australia’s chronic skills shortages. The What Will It Take report finds that young people in Australia have seen their average incomes decline in real terms from 2008 to 2018.
That is primarily because the end of the previous decade didn’t leave many with hope for the new one. 2020 represented a significant turning point for many industries and careers. With the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent economic recession, many have been left without jobs as we start 2021. Furthermore, many of those without jobs are uncertain whether those jobs will come back.
Bond University has recruited one of Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs to help its students forge their own path to business success.
There are signs that the Coronavirus pandemic is creating a structural shift in gender equality as pressure eases on some of the key barriers to women’s financial progress in 2021, the Financy Women’s Index December quarter report shows. Bianca Hartge-Hazelman, author of the Financy Women’s Index, said that 2022 presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Australia to consolidate the gains of 2021 towards economic gender equality.