University PhD graduates are leaving academia in droves and looking for jobs in the private sector and government.
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The CSIRO’s Data61 has signed up TAFE Digital, the large online education arm of TAFE NSW, to a partnership which will help its students find internships and jobs. TAFE Online students will be able to sign up to the Ribit.net job matching platform run by Data61 to be data matched to available positions in emerging areas such as …
TAFE Digital, Australia’s largest online education provider, and Ribit.net, a student jobs-matching platform, which is part of CSIRO’s Data61 have announced a collaboration that will help connect TAFE Digital students to Australian startups and innovative companies offering jobs and work experience in emerging areas such as big data analytics, cybersecurity, fintech, medtech and artificial intelligence.
The bell rings, interviews wrap up and students move on, making way for those who are next in line to have five minutes with a potential employer. Last week, 120 students were “speed dating” with 20 startup companies at the Sydney Startup Hub in the CBD, looking for the employer who could offer them the …
We’re told all the time about the shortage of employment opportunities for university graduates. It’s statistically true, but there’s also a hidden problem: A disconnect between business and universities. It was this problem that Liz Jakubowski first identified before conceptualising a way to fix it.