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Helping your young person match subjects, talents and interests to career ideas

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Finding a career for your young person is a matching game. Get tips on how to match talents, interests and strengths with career ideas.


5 steps to ace an informal interview

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Having a coffee with a potential employer might help you get your next job.


What to consider about studying by distance

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Is studying by distance the right option for your young person? Here's how to support them - even if you don't know anything about their subjects.


8 steps to choosing school subjects

Practical tips

Choosing school subjects can be tricky, but with these eight steps your young person will have them sorted in no time.


Use Subject Matcher to help find your ideal job

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With Subject Matcher you can see how the NCEA subjects your young person chooses can influence their possible career path.


Match subjects to jobs in demand for future success

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Our guide to choosing subjects that will give your young person the right skills to get into jobs in demand in New Zealand.


Dos and don’ts: how to make a good impression in your new job

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If you want to make a good start at a new job, there are some things you should do – and some things you should avoid doing.


What employability skills do rangatahi need to succeed?

Did you know there are some key employability skills that help rangatahi (young people) have a better chance of getting a foot in the door of a Māori business? Māori businesses clue us into the skills they need from our rangatahi.


The hidden job market

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Job vacancy websites and recruitment agencies can only get you so far in your job search. Here's our tips on how to break into the hidden job market.


What 6 common interview questions actually mean

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We give you suggestions on how to answer the six most common questions in an interview, so you win that job.