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Top tips to prepare for a successful job interview

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If a new job is on the cards for you this year, doing some groundwork will set you up for success. Planning is particularly important for the interview process.


Live, laugh, share – volunteer

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Volunteering creates positive change in our society and is also good for developing your skills and exploring job possibilities.


Five ways you can build a solid future

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Is your workplace closing? When the unexpected happens, you can be left feeling shaken and unsure about your future.

Resilience skills top of employers' wish list for new hires

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Strong resilience skills are good for business.


How to convince employers you’re a team player

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Even if you have the exact technical ability and experience an employer asks for, your CV is still going to the bottom of the pile if you can’t show you have this one skill.


Help! My teen is choosing university for the wrong reasons

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Continuing our Q & A series – answering questions from parents about their children's work and learning choices.


Self-management skills key to securing that job

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Keeping calm under pressure is a vital self-management skill that employers respect. Find out how to show employers you are in control so you can get or keep that job.


Mentoring from business leaders helps break employment barriers

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Find out about business mentoring initiatives that help students break down barriers and have the best opportunities for employment.


Auckland pilot cements Work Connect roll out

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More than 200 skilled migrants and international students have benefited from Work Connect – now the programme is heading to other main centres.


Should my son follow his dad's advice and go to university?

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Continuing our Q & A series – answering questions from parents about their children's work and learning choices.