Sydney Suffers highest poverty rate of any capital
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Australia faces some tough policy decisions to reshape its economy and prepare for an uncertain future, with predictions that up to five million jobs are likely to be automated by 2030, according to Australia’s Future Workforce report released today by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA).
Report - Australia’s future workforce?
It's the end of work as we know it
Related CEDA materialEducation is key for future workforce in age of digital disruption
ICT sector grows, ICT graduates decline – Dynamic Business
Older Australians are clinging to work for longer, a 20-year analysis of workplace participation rates has found.
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Australians fear terrorism and are tuning back to climate change: Lowy Institute poll Australians are feeling more unsafe than at any other time in a decade, seized by fears of terrorism and a bleak view of the economy.
*Lowy Institute poll 2015