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Archive for May 26th, 2009

Gordon Ramsay, winner of Best Food Program and TV PersonalityListen to the real man behind the television personality as Gordon talks about weathering the tough times and how the belief in yourself can pull you through. With personal anecdotes of his success and his failures, Gordon will dish up his advice and where he sees the future for Gordon Ramsay. 

Be ready with your questions from 8.30am to get some of your own personal advice from the award winning Chef who currently has 25 restaurants in his empire, not counting the soon to open Maze in Melbourne.

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19 – 20 June 2009

The Perth Convention Exhibition Centre                                                           careers_big_window_img2

The National Careers & Employment Expo brings careers, employment and training opportunities to the general public by connecting organisations with thousands of career minded individuals. The Expo provides a non-threatening environment which enables employers, education and training providers to communicate directly with potential candidates. Operating in regional & metropolitan areas throughout Australia, the Expo also focuses on the broader aspects of ‘living, learning and working’ in Australia.

Through the continued support of State and Federal Government, leading organisations and major media groups, the National Careers & Employment Expo has become the largest careers & employment event in Australia. 

With free career advice, real jobs on offer and an abundance of information available, this event is not to be missed, and best of all admission is FREE

For more  information please visit our website www.pcec.com.au  or 

 CALL  1300 66 71 21.

 

 

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Australia has been voted  the best place to be during the global economic crisis, in a business survey.   AUS_Perth_Milner_Swan_River  

One in five international business people have voted for Australia to be the best place to live in  during the economic crisis as a survey released by Servcorp International Business. 

The Servcorp survey asked 7,500 international business people all being in  24 nations to vote which countries they believe are surviving the crisis the best.

Australia was indeed far in front by 20% of all international business people choosing it as the country that is surviving overall the best.

Taine Moufarrige, Servcorp Executive Director says: “In my experience working with international businesses around the world, especially during the last six months, I’ve noticed how relatively unaffected Australian businesses and the Australian business person’s attitude by the economic downturn.

Over 71% of Australian business people believe we are the “lucky country” and it’s interesting to see that the rest of the world agrees.”

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