GradAustralia met with Jayde Pedley to learn about life as a Business Analyst at Suncorp.
Adam Ross is an assistant principal at Horsham College in Victoria
Anjhavi Sundararaju studied Bachelor of Civil and Environmental Engineering with Honours at University of New South Wales and is now Graduate Engineer at Laing O’Rourke.
Jo Dean studied Bachelor of Education at University of Sydney and is now HR consultant - Graduate Programs at Ashurst
Sarah Waslin is an operations support engineer for Shell. GradAustralia met with Sarah to get an insider's view on life as a graduate at Shell
Ivy Keane studies Law/Economics at Australian National University and is now a lawyer in Ashurst's Intellectual Property practice.
Jessica Lee graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering
Studies have shown that graduate salaries in mining are an average of $30,000 higher than salaries elsewhere.
To help get a sense of what the life of a mining professional might actually look like, we’ve compiled feedback from graduates who have recently started their own careers in mining, oil & gas.
Mining is an inherently risky occupation. As such, it’s natural to wonder how dangerous your own career in mining might be.
Here are some things you should know about if you’re considering a graduate job or internship in mining that requires you to be on site.
Essential reading for all budding social workers: you’re not as invincible as you think.
GradAustralia met with Christopher Harvey to learn about life as a Analyst, Debt Capital Markets at UBS.
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