The ECU Alumni and Careers team hosted a career workshop specifically for new graduates, aimed at helping them to start their career journey. Skills such as networking, and identifying opportunities are essential when you seek to make your mark on your chosen sector.
For more information download the Career workshop for new graduates presentation slides.
Regardless of the sector you are working in, you can develop your management and leadership skills with the Australian Institute of Management WA. For more information about an exclusive membership offer see Professional Membership with the Australian Institute of Management WA (AIM WA).
Whether you’re planning a small move or a big change, the Career Centre’s Career Planning website can help you discover the next step in your career journey. The site features useful online tools, activities and resources.
Every degree leads to a wide range of career opportunities. Locate your course and explore the wide range of career options available.
Snapshots of many key industries which provide information on salaries, employment trends and what type of work you can expect if you pursue a career in the area. Look out for the free, downloadable e-booklets available in some profiles underFurther Resourcesat the bottom of the page.
A complete career management site providing the My Guide career exploration tool and The Facts, containing detailed information about occupations, industries and more.
Provides details of Australian skills shortages, jobs with good prospects, detailed occupation information and more.
Find out what skills are in demand in your industry, along with recruitment, salary and candidate trends impacting your field of work.
A comprehensive guide covering salary and employment market trends across Australia and New Zealand. Follow the link to receive your free electronic copy for your preferred sector.
Are you currently running or considering starting up your own business? Access free information and support from the Small Business Development Corporation.
A comprehensive article that is a must-read for anybody considering a career change. Be sure to view the second page, there are 16 key points for consideration in all.
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