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Third-party material acknowledgements
- ‘Fill-time and gender share’: Source – Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business, joboutlook.gov.au. Based on ABS Census 2016, customised report.
- ‘Future growth source’: Source – Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business, joboutlook.gov.au. 2018 Employment projections for the five years to 2023.
- ‘Weekly pay source’: Source – Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business, joboutlook.gov.au. ABS survey of employee earnings and hours (cat. no. 6306.0), May 2018, customised report. Median weekly total cash earnings for full-time non-managerial employees paid at the adult rate. Earnings are before tax and include amounts salary sacrificed. These figures should be used as a guide only, not to determine a wage rate.
- App design: FirmBee/Pixabay
- Architect house: Chickenonline/Pixabay
- Australian blue-banded bee on purple flower: Louise Docker/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 2.0
- Baby tree frog: David Clode on Unsplash
- Bee-keeping: Annie Spratt on Unsplash
- Bee keepers looking at frames: Pass the Honey on Unsplash
- Bees: PollyDot/Pixabay
- Belize Barrier Reef: dronepicr/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 2.0
- Book shelf: Udo/Flickr, CC BY 2.0
- Brain illustration: ElisaRiva/Pixabay
- Car crash: Pixel-mixer/Pixabay
- Carpenter bee: USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab/Flickr
- Creek and old-growth forest: Nickpdx/Wikimedia Commons
- Chameleon: Bergadder/Pixabay
- Climate change protest: Bob Blob on Unsplash
- Colletid bee: K Walker/Museum Victoria, CC BY 3.0 AU
- Crocodile eye: Angelo_Giordano/Pixabay
- Drilled holes: Pixabay/Pexels
- Drone against pink sky: StockSnap/Pixabay
- Drone against orange sky: Pexels
- Emergency shelter: Kordoz/Dreamstime.com
- Flowerpots and stacked wood: Pxhere
- Flowers in greenhouse: Ken/Flickr, CC BY SA 2.0
- Garden beds and shed: Jeremy Levine/Flickr, CC BY 2.0
- Gecko paw: Skitterphoto/Pixabay
- Graduation caps: McElspeth/Pixabay
- Grass footprints: ElisaRiva/Pixabay
- Growing veggies: Urban Sprouts/Flickr, CC BY 2.0
- Hands holding smart phones: terimakasih0/Pixabay
- Hang glider illustration: OpenClipart-Vectors/Pixabay
- Honey bee anatomy: © Arizona Board of Regents/ASU Ask A Biologist. https://askabiologist.asu.eduInsectenhotel: Max Pixel
- Ivy vine: MabelAmber/Pixabay
- Leopard seal: J.HINKE/NOAA, image collected pursuant to MMPA permit NO.16472
- Male and female balance scale: ArtsyBee/Pixabay
- Meter boxes: geralt/Pixabay
- Meter in garden bed: Sergeyussr/Dreamstime.com
- Perforated wood: Max Pixel
- Pinwheel spinner against sky: ChadoNihi/ Pixabay
- Photographie Nadar: Honoré Daumier/Brooklyn Museum/Wikimedia Commons
- Pot noodle on beach: Peter Kohler, The Plastic Tide
- Rain on gutter: sandid/Pixabay
- Red pen on paper: 3844328/Pixabay
- Rocket experiment: NSW Department of Education/CC BY 4.0
- Sketch of girl with set square: findjeannie/Pixabay
- Solar challenge race car: Geoff Whalan/Flickr, CC BY NC ND 2.0
- Solar cooking: Erik Burton/Flickr, CC BY 2.0
- Solar panels: Skeeze/Pixabay
- Spaceship illustration: Clker-Free-Vector-Images/Pixabay
- Stacked wood with drill holes and arrows: Pxhere
- Sugarbag bee: Graham Wise/Wikipedia, CC BY 2.0
- Supermarket shelves: igorovsyannykov/Pixabay
- Tamarah King, Earthquake Geologist: Fabian Prideaux
- Teddy bear bee: Louise Docker/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 2.0
- Turtle in sand: Thomas Shahan/Flickr, CC BY NC 2.0
- Turtle under water: Thomas Shahan/Flickr, CC BY NC 2.0
- Turtle with GPS tracker: USFWS Photo/Alamy Stock Photo
- Water surface: pixel2013/Pixabay
- Wind farm: Pexels/Pixabay
- Whales: Dr. Louis M. Herman/Wikimedia commons
- YouTube still: kalpavriksha/YouTube
- ‘Facts about native bees’: Used with permission
- ‘New drone? Rules apply when you fly’: Civil Aviation Safety Authority
- ‘Professor Emma Johnston’: Professor Emma Johnston AO and Coast Australia
- ‘What is a Scientific Illustrator?’: in situ SCIENCE
- ‘What is science capital?’: Used with the kind permission of BP www.BP.com/uk and Cognitive www.wearecognitive.com
- ‘Why we need women in STEM/Dean of Engineering’: Monash University, https://lens.monash.edu
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