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Here's a wild statistic: 65 per cent of mothers with children under the age of 18 are employed. This means that a staggering 35 per cent of mothers in Australia have not returned to the workforce after having a child.

For many in this camp, it's not because they have lost their drive, or they're incapable of juggling sippy cups and sales calls, or that they suddenly feel destined to spend every waking moment gazing at their babies like they're trapped in a Pampers ad. More often, it is because our traditional structures shut them out.

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The gig economy is offering Australians jobs, but it comes at a cost. These are often temporary positions, where workers are independent and have to take on more risks. More and more freelance workers are entering the jobs market and their workspace requirements can be very different from full-time workers.

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It's hard enough to manage your money on a steady, regular income. When your income varies from month to month as someone who's freelancing or self-employed, keeping your finances organised is even more of a pain. From my experience, you need a system. Set it up once, and it protects you forever. Here's the system I use.

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We hear about sophisticated attacks using ransomware and other viruses, but cybercriminals often use relatively low-tech social engineering methods to do their dirty work as well. Kasperky Lab discussed a rise in attackers targeting freelance workers by posing as a potential client and then tricking them into surrendering control of their mobile devices through legitimate remote access apps. Here's what you need to know.

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If you're looking for a way to earn extra cash on the side, there are plenty of options out there, from starting a blog to renting out your stuff. Whatever your gig or "side hustle," these five questions will help ensure it's one that fits your lifestyle and goals.