At the end of a job interview, most interviewers will ask if you have any questions for them. Like all other questions they ask, they expect you to have an answer for this too.
There are going to be upheavals in the job market during your working life, wherever you work. If you're ready to head off in a new direction, that helps to keep you ahead of the game.
If you're working in the social sector, you're more than likely to be part of a team, and your success is going to depend in large part on how well the team works together.
It's a good idea to ask questions in an interview...just not these ones.
Australian work health and safety law is complex, if only because the details differ between the states.
If management is like sport at all, it's much more like the more basic forms of competition - the kind of sports that you see at a school fete.
21 things not to do in the waiting room and a couple of handy to dos.
Some practical information and advice on what can and cannot be asked in a job interview.
A fun look at similarities and differences between small countries and not-for-profits
You've applied for lots of jobs, and so far you haven't got past the interview for any of them. Stick at it. Random chance plays a part in job-hunting success, but there are things you can do to improve your odds.