A recent survey’s found Australian employers are less likely to hire graduates without permanent residence. But Meld’s Kaili Ding spoke to industry insiders, and she’s discovered there may still be hope yet.
THE Girl Geek Coffee Club was founded with one goal in mind – to get more women into IT, shattering the stereotype that it’s a man’s world. Meld’s Kaili Ding joins these passionate female coders for a cuppa with a geeky twist.
DESPITE higher education being one of Australia’s most lucrative exports, the nation could be losing its stronghold on the global education industry. But as Kaili Ding discovers, Australia isn’t going “down under” without a fight.
MAKING uninformed decisions can cause your investments to turn sour, Meld Finance Reporter Kaili Ding cautions. She raises some caveats students need to consider before dabbling in the share market.
MARKETS are the best places to go to if you’re looking for fresh produce. But most affordable? This week, Meld finance reporter Kaili Ding and photographer Yu Cheng Chong head to Footscray Market in search of the freshest ingredients at bargain prices.
THE money you pay for rent could go into paying for a mortgage instead. But as Meld finance reporter Kaili Ding finds out, there are some important factors to consider before diving headfirst into purchasing real estate.
IT’S the end of the month, and you’re living off a diet of instant noodles because you’ve splurged on everything else but the necessities. Sounds familiar? Meld finance reporter Kaili Ding offers a few tips on how you can take stock of your dollars and cents – without giving up all of life’s little luxuries.
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