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Getting a job after high school could be anything from running the 9 to 5 rat race, to working the graveyard shift. To get yourself employable there are some things - like a resume - that you'll need to get you started.
Whoever wrote this post was having a bad day. Also I'm sure most school leavers are employed in some capacity already and have written a resume before guys.
What's next after highshool is: accepting knock back after knock back of countless job applications because SA has the worst job market of the lot, and living off of centrelink (which is barely enough to get by)
And don't forget to tell us what you earn each fortnight so we can pay you the right amount! You can save time by reporting your income online or through the Express Plus Centrelink app. ... See MoreSee Less
We've also got information about the Child Dental Benefits Schedule on our website here: humanservices.gov.au/childdentalDo you need financial help getting your child to the dentist?
You may be able to access up to $1000 to visit any dentist. If your child is 2–17 years old and you are eligible for the Family Tax Benefit A, you may be able to access the Child Dental Benefits Schedule.
Visit: health.gov.au/cdbs for more information and eligibility ... See MoreSee Less
There's more than one way families can receive their Family Tax Benefit (FTB). These choices help people avoid being paid too much throughout the year and they can be updated at any time.
If you get family payments, having an accurate income estimate is important. If you're pretty sure you can estimate your income accurately, you may choose to receive all of your FTB as a fortnightly payment.
If you're not so confident about your estimate you can choose to wait until the end of the financial year to receive your FTB. You can also opt to receive only the base rate of your FTB Part A fortnightly and the rest once your payments are balanced.
Some days it seems like your kids speak a different language. Talk like a Pirate Day is one opportunity to engage them in a fun way, but on their level.
You could start with a classic 'Why are pirates so scary? They just ARGHH!!' and then perhaps try using some of their lingo with 'Yo-Ho-YOLO' or even a 'Shiver-me-Justin-Timbers-lake'. Your kids, particularly any teens, will of course be mortified and back away, careful not to make eye contact.
The Raising Children Network have another option, an interactive video guide on talking to teens. You can pick which approach to take and see where it leads, sort of like the old 'Choose Your Own Adventure' books.
Why was it parked at the end of my street all day being cleaned?
Leechelle Greenfield.... coming to Cunderdin
We go in to centrelink and they won't assist us, they just direct us to their computers and say do it on-line when we haven't a clue what or how to do anything but they bend over backwards to assist "non english" speaking people . Thanks 😡