Career planning

Career Planning Advice

Make sure your online presence is an asset, rather than a liability.

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Female consultant working on laptop

Consulting covers a broad range of projects across various sectors. Before you research employment options, let’s get clear about the different types of consulting work that exists.

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Logistic Graduate Job

Are you best suited to sourcing, transportation, storage, production or distribution? Or being a transport planner or manager?

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Logistic Graduate Salary

You can expect to make decent money but you’ll be required to work hard for it. Here's your guide to perks and salary as a graduate in transport and logistics.

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A lack of commercial awareness is one of the most common reasons why graduates fall short in the interview process.

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Steph-Borgman

Stephanie Borgman, staffing programs manager for Google Australia and New Zealand, tackles a few common misconceptions about Google. 

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If you’ve started getting that sinking feeling you might not be on the right track, don’t let it derail you - let’s explore you options.

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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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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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International Student

There’s never been a better time to be an international student or graduate looking to make your mark overseas.

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Leo Cussen Centre for Law

In addition to obtaining a law degree, a graduate who wishes to practice as a solicitor in Australia must complete practical legal training.

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Technical IT Skill

If you’re planning a career in IT, here are some of the skills that will help you stand out from the crowd.

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