Round 3 of the $641.6 million Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF) is now open, supporting the Australian Government’s commitment to create jobs, drive economic growth and build stronger regional communities into the future
A new Regional Australia Institute (RAI) discussion paper reveals the automation risks rural areas are facing and outlines how simultaneously increasing migration and lifting local skills development can prepare rural labour markets to do well in an era of changing workforce demand. Accompanying the discussion paper is a set of tools to determine the impact of automation on a range of jobs. The Regional Job Automation Pack is the first release...
RDA Northern Rivers is looking for a Director of Regional Development to lead an innovative organisation committed to developing our region, to meeting our strategic goals, and to preparing our region for the future ...
The Regional Australia Institute, in partnership with PRIME7, GWN7 and the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal are holding a competition to find the brightest ideas for regional Australia
The New Basics, the latest instalment in the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) New Work Order series, analyses the educational needs of our young people to ensure the the necessary skills for future jobs
The Northern Rivers food industry has an opportunity to expand, however investment in expanding manufacturing facilities and freight and supply chain are needed
Find out if a robot could do your job and get a picture of the future of work in Australia with a new online data tool
The Australian Government’s Seasonal Work Incentives Trial is a new, two year employment incentives trial managed by jobactive, Transition to Work and Disability Employment Services providers.
Young filmmakers in the Northern Rivers have the opportunity to learn and win in two local film projects
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