Older journalists will recall cadetship programs and newsrooms stocked with copy girls and boys who ran errands. Some of these talented youngsters became editors, despite not having a university degree, such was their on-the-job training. The same was true in law, accounting, nursing and many other fields that offered variations of cadetships. School leavers joined the organisation, worked and studied in parallel, and finished their cadetship with a qualification and years of precious experience.Full article in The Age…
Benefits of Working & Investing in Salisbury
The City of Salisbury is located 15 kilometres north of the Adelaide CBD and is at the centre of South Australia’s economy, as the fourth largest economy in the State with a Gross Regional Product of $5.92 billion, 6.2 per cent of the Gross State Product.
It is a progressive, proactive and pro-business city that offers more than just a great place to do business, it also offers a great lifestyle. Nearly 6,400 businesses call Salisbury home including a host of international firms and flourishing entrepreneurs. It is a place of opportunity where businesses succeed.
Our Council actively supports business to invest and grow. We offer affordable commercial land, excellent transportation infrastructure and networks, a highly skilled workforce and access to world leading research facilities. We also offer business support services including mentoring, advice and networking.
We are at the centre of Australia’s growing multi-billion dollar defence industry, are a hub for national and international food processing companies that are meeting growing international demand for Australian goods, and are home to world leading research facilities, driving innovation and commercialisation across sectors including manufacturing, telecommunications, mineral processing and clean technologies.
The City of Salisbury also offers an enviable lifestyle. With over 140,000 residents, Salisbury is one of the largest metropolitan local government areas based on size and population, with its population expected to grow to more than 150,000 by 2036. With plenty of open space, a wide choice of high quality housing, leading education facilities, great shopping and world class recreational amenities, our city provides a great place to live, work and play.
Salisbury’s future is exciting and you should be a part of it.