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University students walking | What is the average graduate salary in Australia?

What will I earn as a graduate? It's one of the questions every graduate wants to ask - click here to find out what the average graduate salary is in Australia.

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Want to know which employers were voted as the best graduate employers in Australia for diversity? Read on to see what our graduates say.

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Salary isn't the only thing that matters when making career decisions, but knowing what pay you'll earn as a graduate may be important in helping you plan.

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What's beneath the numbers in graduate salary packages? Here are four factors to consider when thinking about your graduate salary.

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Permanent academic jobs are notoriously hard to secure. So here are five tips to get you started.

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There are many other positions outside of teaching, without which the sector couldn’t easily function.

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The education and training sector involves school teachers, academics and university staff, TAFE instructors, and a range of administrative and support roles.

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How do you ensure that your graduate position is merely the first step towards a professional life you can be proud of?

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Starting salaries and benefits for those in the construction industry aren’t spectacular, but neither is there much reason for complaint.

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How to land a great job with an average GPA

Marks are important, but they aren't everything. If you have an average GPA, there are still plenty of ways you can land a great graduate job.

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Whether it is the first few minutes of an interview or meeting an employer at a career fair, coming up with a quick and effective personal pitch helps pave the way to a positive and lasting impression.

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http://www.clc.net.au/JobAds/Community sector pursue charitable purposes through activities which advance health, justice, education, social welfare and religion.

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