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5 jobs created by climate change

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Find out about jobs that help us understand and deal with climate change.


A graduate's business aims to remove plastic from cafés

Jo Mohan holds a metal keg in front of a view of the sea

Read how university graduate Jo Mohan started a business to reduce plastic waste.


Work and Income can help you get a job

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Find out about job hunting support from Work and Income.


How Lisha Wellington found her calling as a home care assistant

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How Lisha Wellington became a home care assistant, and why she loves it.

 


Why teaching is a rewarding career

Primary school teacher Nathan Crocker in his classroom

Learn why Nathan Crocker became a primary school teacher, and what he loves about it.


What to expect from a building apprenticeship

Building apprentice AJ at a construction site

Read AJ’s story and find out what it takes to be a building apprentice.


Where do you see yourself in five years?

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Why job interviewers ask 'Where do you see yourself in five years?’ and how you should answer.


Improve your CV by using action words

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Find out about action words and why you should use them in your CV.


Spotlight on Parsons' trait and factor theory

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Use Parsons’ trait and factor theory to guide clients towards a fulfilling career.


Why employers need to engage with school learners

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Talk to schools to find future workers before you get short staffed.