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Being able to identify all the skills you have can open you up to more career options. It can also help you work out if you have any skill or knowledge gaps that can be addressed with further training.
Learn more about the jobs you're interested in so you can make an informed career choice.
Where to go to find out more about the study and training options available to you.
Volunteering can help you learn new skills and open your eyes to new career options.
Now that you have a firm idea about what you want to do, it's time to plan how to get there.
How will a new job or a change in career affect your life outside work, and the people around you? You'll need to consider these aspects before you make any career decision.
There are many things to consider when you leave school before Year 12 or Year 13.
A year off, or gap year, after secondary school is becoming more common in New Zealand. Find out what you can do during your gap year, and the advantages and disadvantages of taking time out.
Find the working arrangement that fits your career and lifestyle.
Study options and what you need to consider before choosing a course as an adult student.