Jobs

Career Job Outlook
Website Address: Job Outlook
Short Description: Australian Government Job Outlook website
Long Description:

Discover and explore careers you enjoy. Check future job predictions and search for job opportunities.

Job Outlook can help you make decisions about study and training, your first job, or the next step in your career.

Explore careers that interest you to learn about their future outlook, pay, main tasks, physical and other demands. Find out about the skills, knowledge and abilities you may need. Get ideas for careers you can aim for now or in the future. Follow links to job vacancies and related courses.

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Job Jumpstart Website
Short Description: Tips and ideas about jobs and careers in the one spot!
Long Description:

Resume quiz and tips. Resources for job searching and career planning for jobseekers and students.

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Occupation Profiles
Short Description: Great resource for information on all types of jobs including videos from the Career Centre
Long Description:

The Career Centre website has a range of occupational profiles, which include a description of a job, the average salary, any education and training requirements, and an indication of job prospects in that field.

Job prospects refer to the general availability of employment for a particular career. A job prospect rating of ‘good’, ‘average’ or ‘limited’ is allocated to each career profile, depending on a variety of factors including number of advertised positions and number of recent graduates in that industry or field. Keep in mind – this rating should not necessarily discourage you from exploring a career path that interests you.

Some careers with ‘average’ or ‘good’ prospects, such as casual retail positions, may constantly advertise for new staff because of a high staff turnover, and not necessarily because there are a large number of opportunities available.

Other careers with ’limited’ prospects may only have a few openings advertised, but may have minimal applicants for those positions, providing a higher chance of employment per opening.

Additional sources of information for job prospects include industry bodies, professional associations and people working in your field of interest.

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