AI will transform the way we work across all industries in the future. For example, more than 5 million jobs will disappear from manufacturing and customer service by 2020. Can apprenticeships help young people make a smooth transition to new jobs created by AI? According to the latest World Economic Forum, it’s believed they can. There are new jobs and skills to be learned, with employers driving the change. Read the article and see examples here.
Careers in Sport – Do you want to be the next Courtside Reporter?
The most important thing you need to know about a career in sports broadcasting is that the hard work starts long before you get the dream job.
It’s easy to turn on the television and dream that you’ll someday work in the sports broadcasting industry, but the elite sport is not a place where you can sit around expecting things to come your way just by existing.
To be a sports journalist of any kind you’ll need a communications or journalism degree, a lot of work experience and great networking skills. For the Full article and more information click here.
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- 13 – 22: Meet Melbourne, Melbourne University regional tour – Bendigo (13), Warragul (14), Echuca (14), Sale (15), Shepparton (20), Albury (21), http://bit.ly/2lzP67
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