John Buchanan - Newsroom articles
Unemployed youth turned off by thought of trades 24 Mar 2015
The Daily Telegraph
Dr John Buchanan is quoted in the Daily Telegraph about youth unemployment rates and the demand for high-skilled apprentices for trades.
SA industrial agreement 'a landmark for many of the reasons that aren't widely recognised' 24 Mar 2015
ABC News Radio
Professor John Buchanan is interviewed by ABC News Radio about a new industrial agreement between the Shop Assistants' Union and employers in South Australia in regards to penalty rates.
Campaign against casual jobs ‘bogus’ – industry 18 Mar 2015
Sydney Morning Herald
Professor John Buchanan is quoted in a Sydney Morning Herald article about statistics associated with the Australian workforce and casualised work.
Professor John Buchanan responds to the Intergenerational Report released by Treasurer Joe Hockey.
The Courier Mail, Herald Sun, and Adelaide Advertiser
The Courier Mail, Herald Sun, and Adelaide Advertiser quote Professor John Buchanan about how profits from working longevity should be shared in light of the results of the Intergenerational Report.
John Buchanan on 720 ABC Perth 03 Mar 2015
720 ABC Perth
Professor John Buchanan was interviewed on 720 ABC Perth about the implications of good working conditions in Australia.
Where have the jobs gone? 02 Feb 2015
ABC Radio National
Professor John Buchanan is interviewed on Radio National about the change in the employment market, job creation and the future of job growth in Australia.
Universities 06 Dec 2014
Radio National Saturday Extra
Radio National's Saturday Extra interviews Professor John Buchanan about whether the temperament of university life is changing.
Work without pay: what are we thinking? 21 Nov 2014
Sydney Morning Herald and the Canberra Times
Professor John Buchanan is quoted in an article on the value of unpaid overtime.
ABC News 24, The Business
Professor John Buchanan was interviewed on ABC News 24, The Business, about Gough Whitlam's economic reforms and their impact on the economy to this day.