- Holden History
As Holden announces its Elizabeth plant will close on October 20, we look back at what made this SA icon great.
- Gumtree Ad
The strange new way to get a job – pay an employer to hire you.
- Jobless Graduates
Worthless university degrees, and the desperate parents forced to buy their kids a job.
- Cleaning Con
Adelaide’s dodgy cleaning franchise, charging big bucks for a business with no work.
- Back to Kindy
Adults acting like babies – the Adelaide childcare training centre that needs to fill thousands of jobs.
- Seniors Jobs
Adelaide’s baby-boomer job hunters. Where the jobs are, and how to get them.
- Facebook Jobseeker
The desperate family turning to social media in a last ditch attempt to find husband & father Simon a job
- Uber Slave Drivers
Uber the slave drivers – don’t sign up until you see this.
- Disabled Cafe
The café that gives hope to disabled workers, now being forced to close.
- French Subs
We take you inside the French submarines and talk to the builders about their plans for SA.
- Wombat Cuddler
Tasmania has advertised for a Chief Wombat Cuddler. They’ll fly you there from SA if you’re the successful applicant
- Dole Cheats
Some South Australians have been on the dole for 25 years! So, should unemployment benefits have an end date?
- Work Swearing
Swearing at your boss isn’t necessarily a sackable offence, according to the courts. So, how acceptable is swearing at work?
- Youth Inc
Youth Inc is a new jobs program offering hope to South Australia’s long term unemployed
- Holden axed
The Holden jobs crisis... Hundreds to be axed in October so what’s in store for the remaining employees
- Holden talks
Are we any closer to a deal on Holden’s Elizabeth plant? We have the latest on the secret Canberra meetings
- Centrelink Granny
This grandma wants to work, but Centrelink red tape is keeping her on welfare.
- Fruit Pickers
Bad news for SA farmers: Higher taxes for fruit pickers will make it even harder to find workers.
- Creepy Crawlies
How to deal with Adelaide’s annoying and potentially deadly creepy crawlies.
- SA civil construction
We’re the state with Australia's highest unemployment and lowest business investment but could the future be the road ahead?
- Leigh Creek
The town community fighting back... Leigh Creek's determined battle to beat the odds
- Crushed worker
Seriously injured & unable to work but bullied into rehab & threatened by cutting off his income
They are the best and the cheapest on the market... An award winning Adelaide invention could be offering real jobs for SA but it's not eligible for government support
- Nuclear Submarines
Should our new submarines be nuclear or non-nuclear? Or should we not be building subs at all? We look at what’s best for Australia.
- Job Active
Rorting our unemployed... Trained for non-existent jobs and records forged to cash-in on government payments
- SA Job Skills
Putting our job trainers out of a job… Will this be a massive government blunder? Plus the secret legal advice saying the scheme may be unlawful
- Grape Pickers
Sour grapes in the fruit picking industry...Exploiting hard working South Aussies and tourists
- Antarctic Jobs
It's the job of a life time and it could be yours too… If you've ever considered a sea change, how about an ice change?
- Autism job program
The autism and asperger youths in demand… Exact skills suited to modern business... The innovative new program giving hidden geniuses a chance
- Sleep Apnoea dispute
The Adelaide sleep apnoea sufferer snoozing at the wheel of his truck... He's taken time off to recover but Centrelink says back to work
Why we're becoming workaholics, giving up holidays to keep bosses happy.
- Bonsai apprentice
From little things big things grow… the amazing success story of a young boy overcoming the odds
- Ikea Couple
People with learning difficulties in SA finally being given a break… And isn't that what everyone’s entitled to?
- Sub Corp Canoe gaff
We speak to former Aust’n Submarine Corp boss Hans Ohff about Defence Minister David Johnston’s extraordinary remark that ASC can’t even build a canoe.
- Gender Bias
Adelaide's gender job bias and she should know... Same person, same skills, but she used to be a man... Now she can't find equal work as a woman
- ADF Jobs
The warnings are blunt... A life in uniform isn't for everyone but these fresh faced hopefuls are happily signing up for one of the biggest corporations in the country
- Casual Jobs
An innovative online recruitment method is finding jobs for tens of thousands of Australians, easily and immediately.
- Unfair Dismissal
Unfairly dismissed... Or not? Accused of taking drugs, his boss stood him down… But now he's taken his boss to Safe Work SA claiming unfair dismissal
- SA Sub contract
Apparently it's all but a done deal to have our subs built in Japan.
- 4 Day week
An influential Australian think-tank calling for a radical shake-up to the hours most of us work… Saying a four-day work week would ease transport problems, benefit the environment and save our health system billions of dollars.
- Budget Jobless
Tonight… the reality of the cold new world of welfare cuts and raising the pension age... The idea of trimming the budget might be justified but it doesn't always fit the reality confronting those out of work.
- Centrelink Amputee
Tonight... Only one leg so get a job they say... The Adelaide amputees told they don't deserve a pension but yet are not capable of working
- Australian Made
Tonight... Flying foreign flags... Why many of the Aussie flags flying over our official buildings and functions are actually made in China - Surely we should be saluting our own.
- Job Search
15-thousand jobs are on offer at some of Australia's biggest companies. In an unprecedented recruitment drive.. Today Tonight can exclusively reveal where they are and how you can apply
- Newstart parents
Tonight… Single parents around the country are on the edge of poverty with many raising their kids on as little as $40 a day. Most are already working part time but the Newstart changes have left them struggling.
- Holden Closure
Today Holden dropped a bombshell... So where does South Australia go from here?
- Tertiary Unemployment
Many qualified graduates in Adelaide are struggling to find employment despite years of study with some courses offering more hope than others.