The typical New Zealand lawyer is aged 38, works in Auckland in a law firm with one to three partners or directors, is a non-smoker and is likely to retire at the age of 68.
Median salaries across the digital, creative and marketing industry dropped from 2012 to 2013, but this trend should reverse in 2014, according to specialist recruitment firm, font.
"Workers are missing out on a fair share in the economy as unemployment remains high and wages are stagnant".
Latest labour market data confirms further growth in job numbers and a decline in the unemployment rate from 6.2 to 6.0 per cent, Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce says.
The labour market continues to grow and unemployment has fallen to 6.0 percent, Statistics New Zealand said today. There were 24,000 more people employed in the December 2013 quarter, following an additional 28,000 in the September quarter.
oDesk, a leading marketplace for online work, today announced results of a new survey, "Digital Nomads: A Revolution in Work Freedom." Findings of the survey validate a surge in Digital Nomads -- people who are living life as an adventure, empowered by technology to break free of the constraints
New World Kumeu is fast taking shape with the store now recruiting for what is expected to be 100 staff. Store owner Harry Chawla says the New Year is a common time for people to consider a new job or a career with the retail sector offering great opportunities.
Online job vacancies for skilled workers were flat in December but continue an upward trend, according to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s latest Jobs Online report.
Small talk and humour in the workplace serve to build rapport and define hierarchy, Victoria University of Wellington researchers have found.
Big demands and high expectations summarise the results of Deloitte’s third annual Millennial Survey released today.
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