Nope, it’s not too early – it’s time to start for planning for 2017. The best way to do that is to look at this current year, assess how you stack against your peers and think about the trends that will shape your work over the next year.

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Here is an alarming statistic for women: According to the U.S. Department of Labor, women still earn 77 cents for every dollar a man earns on average. So why do women earn less than men.

“This a travesty that this has gone on for over a decade with really no change and women have no one to blame but themselves,” says best-selling author Robin Ryan


Via Whether you are thinking about finding a new job or contemplating a career shift to another field, the start of a new year is actually a good time to embark upon your search. Making a career change ranks high on many people’s lists of New Year’s resolutions. A large spike in people searching online job boards, reaching out to contacts on various social platforms and applying for new positions has marked the first week in January during the last three years. ...

Market Conditions


The Australian employment market has shown some signs of improvement in the first half of 2015. Overall the employment outlook across most industry sectors is one of ‘cautious optimism’. We do not see major changes in hiring conditions for the back half of 2015 and this trend to continue into 2016. We are seeing salaries remain steady with no real movement apart from CPI increases.   The FMCG sector has shown some greater activity in 2015 in comparison to 2014 which is th ...

Wishing you a very merry Christmas, from the team at Talent Connection!

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