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Careers that use te reo Māori

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Te reo Māori is an important language for jobs across many sectors.


Volunteer for Inspiring the Future regional events

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Sign up to be a volunteer role model for young people at Inspiring the Future events.


Spotlight on Gottfredson’s career theory

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Use Gottfredson’s theory to help people broaden their career options.


Connected.govt.nz is launched

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Connected.govt.nz, a one-stop shop for information on jobs and training, has been launched.


Help young apprentices stay in the job

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Help young people get the skills they need to thrive at work.


Why it's important for women to study engineering

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Female engineering graduates and engineers are in high demand.


Find jobs through Facebook

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Facebook is a great platform for job hunting.


Move from redundancy to being your own boss

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Start your own business and discover a new way of working.


Progress your career in aquaculture

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Find out about career possibilities and pathways in the aquaculture industry.


Retrain for free with TTAF

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Now could be the right time to retrain for a new job.