Career planning

Career Planning Advice

charity, social worker

Ever daydreamed of working for a charity? Answer these questions to discover how well you’re suited to a career in charity work.

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Social Work

Social work boasts a wide range of job opportunities. Check out careers in refugee services, housing support, child protection, mental health, disability services, youth work and more.

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social work, teaching

Social work 101: What it is, who you’ll work with & what you’ll be paid as a graduate social worker.

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light, candle, Charity

Working for a charity is more than just ‘doing good’, it’s an opportunity to build a diverse and impressive career. Take a look at 12 different roles you can find in the charity sector.

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charity work team

Abbreviations, jargon and how to speak to your average Joe.

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Are charities & not-for-profits the same? Where do NGOs & social enterprises fit in? And which ones host volunteers? Let’s set the record straight.

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personal brand tips

If you’re a modern professional, it’s important to develop a personal brand that highlights your talents, connects you to a target audience, and distinguishes you from the crowd

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Drawing,pencil,board

Bachelor of Arts degrees have an undeserved reputation for representing a sort of career sacrifice. Thankfully, there’s good reason to believe that this isn’t true.

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Book,publishing

In many ways, a career in publishing has grown more exciting as a result of the challenges the industry now faces. Here’s a guide to the five main types of jobs in the industry.

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Advertising, road

Interested in a graduate career in advertising? Read on to learn about the specific roles and responsibilities within an advertising agency.

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Working room, Freelance tips

Freelancing is an increasingly popular career choice for recent graduates. If you’re planning to give it a go, get off to a good start by reading the following tips.

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The fashion industry is hard to break into, but not out of reach if you’re determined, industrious, and committed to a career in fashion.

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