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How to convince employers you’re a team player

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Tips to convince employers you're a team player so your CV won't get overlooked.


Help! My young person 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.


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 suggestion and go to university?

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


Why are these 7 skills so important to employers?

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How do some people get jobs over others? We tell you about the seven employability skills employers want to see that will get you ahead of the rest.


How can you get experience without a job?

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


I don't know what jobs are out there

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


Setting your sights on an environmentally sustainable career

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Do you want to contribute to a sustainable environment through your work? Check out the multiple green career possibilities in our rapidly changing world.


How to motivate your young person to find a job they’ll love

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