Across Australia, about 22 university graduates are competing for every new graduate position and many will need to settle for low-paying entry roles "just to get their foot in the jobs market", a new national report has found.
Julie Power When Sharna Clemmett got into law, after many years of full-time work, she felt like she "was a bit of a fraud."
John Collett NAB has taken the knife once again to the value of its reward points on its credit cards - but fees keep on rising.
Jillian Abbott For almost two decades, A has been the most common grade in US colleges.
Daniella White A forensic toxicologist thinks the benefits of Canberra's pill testing trial have been oversold.
Alexandra Smith A leading US education academic has warned that it would be "extremely foolish" and even damaging to student learning if NAPLAN writing tests were marked by computers next year, as education ministers across Australia back a move to online marking.
Adam Gartrell, Health Correspondent A breakthrough leukaemia and lymphoma drug that normally costs $187,000 per treatment will become easily affordable under a new government subsidy.
Felicity Caldwell Educators have linked the behaviour to sexual assaults at Queensland schools, before an inquiry into sex education.
Noel Whittaker The superannuation rules are the same for everybody.
Scott Phillips There's an image floating around cyberspace that resurfaces every year or so. It's a page from a 1991 Radio Shack catalogue. Radio Shack is the US version of the old Tandy, for those who remember the latter. On it are a range of products for sale. And the capabilities of the products on that page can now be found in a single place: inside your smartphone.