A lack of experience is not always a barrier to a new job - you may already have the skills.
- 44% of employers
- can't find people with the right skills
- 2 out of 3 people
- will look for a new job this year
- Earn $23,000+ more
- with a trade apprenticeship than with no qualification
- Earn 170% more
- with a tertiary qualification than with no qualification
Get ready to change your career
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Talk to someone in a job you'd like
Your skills are needed
Find out if you're a good fit for the types of skills Manpower tells us employers need.
Top 10 skills and jobs employers want
- Skilled trades - like electricians
- Sales representatives
- Health care professionals, like nurses
- Technicians, like quality controllers
- Professionals, like project managers
- Information technology experts
Check out jobs in demand
How your transferable skills can work for you
The skills you have now could help you step up a level and get more pay.
A new career could change your life
Getting qualifications can lead to big changes in your pay. You can also boost your well being doing a job you enjoy.
Thinking about a change of career? Benefits could include improvements to your mental health, skillset and pay.
Find your dream job
Empower yourself to get your goals
How to build your confidence by taking short steps towards your new career.
Never give up, keep pushing forward. You're going to come across road blocks and speed bumps. You just have to persevere, be consistent and work hard. Nothing is going to be given to you in this life, you have to work hard and you have to be consistent.
David Letele (Brown Buttabean)
Boxer and Life coach
Tips to make the decision to change careers easier.
Solutions to the problems that stop you changing your career.
Get inspired, take action
How to avoid distractions and take action towards your goals.
Create your elevator pitch – a summary of what you can offer an employer.
Follow Amy's career swap from teaching to engineering.