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Age discrimination alive and well in financial services MEDIA RELEASE: For immediate release Sydney, 5th December 2012 – Seven in 10 Australia-based finance professionals say age discrimination exists in the financial services industry, and nearly fou
MEDIA COMMENT: For immediate release September 2012 The mining industry slowdown, coupled with decreasing coal prices and public service job cuts, has had a significant effect on financial services jobs in Brisbane.

Australian financial services job growth still behind rest of APAC:eFinancialCareers Quarterly Job Barometer SYDNEY, 16 JULY 2012: Australia experienced a 37% decrease in the number of financial services job opportunities in Q2 of 2012 compared to Q2
MEDIA ALERT27 JUNE, 2012 VODAFONE INTRODUCES FRIENDLY MOBILE FOR SENIORS Making calls has never been easier with the Doro PhoneEasy® 615– a new 3G feature phone designed especially for seniors.
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ToPress releasePlease view in HTMLTuesday June 19th 2012For immediate release The Economist Group reports record profits and record circulation for The Economist boosted by the take-up of digital editions The Economist Group today announced record oper
A new website that provides wine reviews, information and wine education especially for women has been launched in Australia.
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Australia, 30April 2012: Swedish company Doro®, the European leader in senior mobile communication, today announced a retail partnership with Optus in Australia.

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Sydney, 29 February 2012: Chinese banks are willing to pay 15 to 20 per cent above market rates to attract the best talent, and Australian bankers are in the firing line and starting to take notice says eFinancialCareers, the leading global career site ne
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