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Helping people find a way through life’s difficulties

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Empathy, the ability to listen and a thick skin help psychologist Rita Csako help her clients.


Believe in yourself and you’ll get the career you want

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Sam Newman took an unusual path to become a physiotherapist, and his experience proves you needn't lose hope if you didn't do so well at school. 


A health career that lets you stand tall

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Find out how far a podiatry career can take you, with AUT's podiatry clinical educator Megan Catterall.


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.


Health careers to start your heart

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If the thought of a calm, quiet and routine nine-to-five job makes your heart sink, a health career could be perfect for you.


Making the most of career expos

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


Should you put communication skills on your CV?

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Stand out from the crowd with different ways of showing employers you have good communication skills.


Performance reviews a time to shine

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Performance reviews are the time to demonstrate your value to your employer. We've got some suggestions on how to make them work to your advantage.


Keeping school learners motivated

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


What employability skills do rangatahi need to succeed?

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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.