The Future of Australian Employment
Aussies aren’t afraid of some ‘hard yakka’. After all, that’s what our economy is built on, right? Most of us connect the phrase with the stockman and the sheep shearers labouring away under the hot Australian sun. The phrase ‘hard yakka’ was first recorded in 1847, however its roots come from the aboriginal word ‘yaga’, meaning hard work.
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