$70b opportunity to make us $3000 a year better off

AUSTRALIANS could be $3000 a year better of if our business leaders tapped into a $70 billion opportunity identified by a new report.

Call centre finds 310 jobs for Sunshine Coast locals

Luke Nightingale is one of the new staff members at Stellar call centre in Maroochydore.

Luke is one of 310 new recruits to join this Coast call centre

Construction boom may halt daily commute

Construction cranes on the Mooloolaba skyline.

Why the future looks bright for Sunshine Coast construction workers

Why you should hire an 'oldie' like Trevor

HIRE AN OLDIE: Wurtulla resident Trevor Watson says 'rhinos' are good value employees and under-represented in the workforce.

This Wurtulla man is sure older folks make the best employees

Father willing to do anything to work

DESPERATE: Maryborough concreter Andrew Roberts is searching for a job ... any job. He is pictured here with April, Isabella and partner Jaime-Lee Henningsen.

Andrew Roberts is just one example of the Fraser Coast's crisis

Promise of 250 jobs from Mackay region project

Bakers Creek - Corner of Cook Lane and Main Street.

Developer has promised 250 construction jobs, $316M in activity

Want to be your own boss? Here's how

HIRE A GRANNY: Wouldn't it be nice to get a few hours away from this?

Looking to flip the desk and go work for yourself? Here's an idea

Virtual reality used to engage unemployed young people

National Job Link uses virtual reality about working in the real world to engage young people unemployed or disassociated from school.

"If you can build their confidence, they can do anything,”

Construction the Coast's biggest employer

Formwork carpenter Motiwha Kumeroa, 33, of Buderim.

Construction just pipped by retail as Coast's biggest employer

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Upskill to prove your value to potential employers

TIME TO SHINE: A potential employer needs to see you as an invaluable asset that will deliver results for their business.

How to stand out from the crowd in a competitive labour market.

40% of vocational student loans will not be repaid: report

Toowoomba apprentice Sean Leonard has won the Third Year Apprentice category in the Australian Renault Apprentice of the Year awards.

Government student loans under a cloud

Claims foreign aid cuts hurt girls' education

Claims foreign aid cuts hurt girls' education

Youi 'gets you' even if you don't like it

Youi's logo.

Insider claims Youi staff are misleading customers

US earphone company Jaybird homes in on the Coast

INNOVATOR: Immanuel Lutheran College graduate Judd Armstrong, 42, is the founder of wireless earphones company Jaybird.

If flapping earphone cables give you the sh**s, read this

Give us the truth about the NBN: Customer

Colin Dunkerley has a home based business and is not happy with the NBN speed he gets compared to what he expected to have.

NBN customer: Why can't we have the truth in advertising?

GIFT IDEA: Does your dad struggle with his tackle?

Scott Vander Hulst assembling his Tackle Tables, August, 2016.

This Sunshine Coast inventor might be able to solve his problem.

Cane farming: Govt spends $5.5mil researching waste

Sugarcane industry loses $150m a year during harvest.

Athletes deliver an adrenaline hit for tourism

The IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship will be staged at Mooloolaba on September 4. Among the competitors will be Ash Hunter and Robbie Andrews. The swim leg of the event will be from Mooloolaba Beach.

Mooloolaba is truly experiencing Christmas in August