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Daily Dispatches: US law hinders Aus careers

A little-known hiring restriction on US financial institutions that have accepted government bailout funds could limit career options for ambitious Australian bankers, particularly those with infrastructure skills. (The Australian)

Macquarie Group is poised to issue a subdued outlook when it updates shareholders on Wednesday, despite a looming windfall from the planned sale of the management rights to the investment bank’s flagship airport fund. (Business Day)

It may look like any other suburban bank, but ANZ’s branch in Dili, East Timor is one of the group’s fastest growing outlets in the world. (Herald Sun)

One once cleaned house for a leading journalist and the other started his working life manhandling bananas. Now Kevin Rudd and Malcolm Turnbull have joined the “job snobs” debate, urging young people to be realistic and take whatever jobs they can.

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