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CEDA national poll: Queenslanders rank regional development as more important, are less satisfied at work
Strong government support for regional development is more important to Queenslanders compared to other states, while Queenslanders are less likely to feel like they have gained from economic growth and are less satisfied with work, according to...

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Technology remains the friend not foe of the worker
There have been plenty of predictions about the future of work; ranging from a 15-hour week to dystopian jobless woe. But so far, according to Productivity Commission Deputy Chair Karen Chester, all the soothsayers have got it wrong....Read More

Gender pay gap inching along in right direction
Measures of gender equality such as women’s workforce participation and the gender pay gap are improving, albeit slowly, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet Office for Women, First Assistant Secretary, Trish Bergin has told a CEDA audience in Canberra....Read More

The social compact between community and government remains strong
The social compact between community and government remains as strong as ever, CEDA Chief Executive, Melinda Cilento has told a CEDA audience....Read More

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26/06/2018
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Making better economic forecasts
Dr Nicholas Gruen examines how we can make better economic forecasts. 

26/06/2018
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Consumers at risk from target marketing, lead generation
Technology and big data have helped shift the balance of power from consumers to business. Intervention is required to ensure a just marketplace, writes Gerard Brody. 

25/06/2018
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Why we need to support young Australians to get into full-time work
Young people are disproportionately affected by the fourth industrial revolution with many 15 to 25 year-old Australians facing significant barriers when seeking full-time employment, writes Jan Owen AM. 

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