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Just as we did for International Women's Day, and as we did with articles seeking the best advice from Mums and Dads on 2021's Mother's Day and Father's Day, we now turn to celebrating International Men's Day with commentary from technology leaders in Australia.

Published in Business IT

Just as we did for International Women's Day, and as we did with articles seeking the best advice from Mums and Dads on 2021's Mother's Day and Father's Day, we now turn to celebrating International Men's Day with commentary from technology leaders in Australia.

Published in Business IT

Salaries of Australian technology professionals’ have decreased, a distinct exception to the trend of rising salaries across other regions around the world, according to a new report from global IT automation vendor Puppet.

Published in Market

Young people are reporting the highest losses to threat-based scams, with Australians having lost over $8.8 million to the scams so far this year, and people aged 24 and under reporting losing more than $4.1 million to the scams.

Published in Security

Men and women both agree that women are underrepresented in the technology sector globally, but nearly a third of men mistakenly believe women just aren’t interested in technology jobs, according to a new global survey.

Published in Strategy

The Commonwealth Bank says there’s been a surge in tap and pay transactions over six months, with its own customers increasingly using their smartphones instead of their wallets when making payments.

Published in Market

Nearly two million Australians aged 14 or over use Uber Eats, Menulog/Eatnow.com.au and Deliveroo, or one of the many other meal delivery services, in an average three months, according to new research by Roy Morgan.

Published in Strategy

A new study released by "employment marketplace" Seek for International Women’s Day shows that "over 65% of Australia’s workforce would like to see more women in leadership roles."

Published in Development

Aussie shoppers are expected to splurge $11 billion on Christmas spending this year — with shopping online proving more popular than last year — and with Saturday, 16 December, likely to see six million Australians do most of their shopping, according to a new report.

Published in Strategy

Wage inequality compared to male colleagues, workplace gender bias and a shortage of female role models are among the main barriers faced by women working in the technology field, according to a new survey by global technology association ISACA.

Published in Enterprise Staff

Online dating site Zoosk has conducted a survey to uncover how Star Wars can impact your love life - is a lack of faith disturbing or is there a new hope?

Published in Entertainment

A worldwide study of both male and female CIOs shows that females are more risk-aware than their male counterparts and are more concerned about under-investment in risk initiatives than the men.

Published in CIO Trends

Australia’s e-tail king, Kogan, has shared stats on the battle of the sexes and their preferred smartphone/tablet operating systems, with Microsoft phone users left looking through the window.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 01:25

The glass ceiling firmly in place in NZ ICT market

The gender gap in the New Zealand ICT market seems to have blown out, with a newly released report by a major recruitment firm revealing that men are by far and away better off in the remuneration benefit stakes than their female colleagues.

Published in Recruitment

International dating website EliteSingles has asked its members to open up about the taboo topic of cheating between men and women and it seems it’s the males who think sexual infidelity is worse, not the women. Despite their opinions, however, men say they are more likely to cheat sexually.

Published in Market

According to a new 2010 study from Wake Forest University and Florida State University, men are much more emotionally hurt than women are, when relationships turn sour.

 

Published in Health
Tuesday, 19 January 2010 02:55

Study: Daily vitamin D, calcium reduces fractures

According to international research involving almost 70,000 people, the daily use of vitamin D and calcium was showed to reduce the risk from hip fractures, vertebral fractures—in fact, all types of bone fractures in all ages of men and women.

Published in Health
A study by American, Canadian, and Austrian researchers has shown that it is easier to identify emotions of happiness and fear in the faces of women and easier to identify emotions of anger in men’s faces. However, it is much more difficult to identify an angry women.

Published in Biology
Friday, 05 December 2008 03:49

Women prefer deeper voices in their men

A U.S.-Canadian study shows that deeper voices in men show dominance and good genetics to women. However, breast-feeding women like higher pitched voices in men. Can you guess what type of voices men liked in their women?

Published in Biology
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