How many people must be in jobs before wages go up?

ECODATE Volume 36 Issue 1 2022 ECODATE Volume 36, Issue 1, 2022 How many people must be in jobs before wages go up? Jolene Manford, Education consultant The Phillips curve – more ‘fairy dust’ than ‘magical point’ Employment has rebounded quicker than anyone expected after the effects of COVID-19. Unemployment in Australia is now at […]

Cardio or weights: what are the benefits associated with different types of exercise?

HEALTH & PE Volume 6 Issue 1 2022 HEALTH & PE Volume 5, Issue 1, 2022 Cardio or weights: what are the benefits associated with different types of exercise? By Jackson Fyfe PhD, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Deakin University, Melbourne Exercise is classified into different ‘types’ that include aerobic exercise (also called ‘endurance’ or ‘cardio’) and […]

The influence of pressure groups on law making

LEGALDATE Volume 34 Issue 1 2022 lEGALDATE Volume 33, Issue 1, 2022 The influence of pressure groups on law making David Hamper, Deputy Principal Teaching and Learning, Malek Fahd Islamic School The law is ever evolving as it attempts to stay abreast of changing social norms and community expectations. In Australia, the vast majority of […]

Growing pains and making gains

BUSIDATE Volume 30, Issue 1 2022 BUSIDATE Volume 29, Issue 1, 2022 Growing pains and making gains Matilda Roberts, Business Studies Teacher NBSC, Cromer Campus Abstract Businesses all follow a life cycle, and they must make decisions appropriate to their age and stage. Whether it is maximizing growth or avoiding the dreaded decline, there is […]