Job Search Tips
The Australian Government have produced a great website called Job Jumpstart. This website also contains simple to use ideas on Work Experience, Resumes, Cover Letters, Networking, Job Searching and Interview Tips. Job Jumpstart helps people at just about all stages of their career life, these include:
- While at school
- While on a gap year
- At university or in training
- Graduating from study
- Looking for a job
- Already working
Have you heard of the massive food company, Nestle? Nestle have produced a special ‘guide for jobseekers discussing the things you should do before starting the jobsearch ….
- Set your goals
- Clean up your CV/Resume
- The Google test
- Take a class or volunteer
- Follow brands or recruiters on social media
- Make connections
More fantastic insights through the Resumes, Cover Letters and Application Letters and Job Interviews Section in this website
Being Work Ready: A Guide to what Employers Want
Today many employers are looking for potential employees to have more than a qualification – they want them to be ‘work ready’.
The Business Council of Australia developed Being Work Ready: A Guide to What Employers Want to assist senior high school students and people helping them (family, teachers and career counsellors), to better understand what ‘work readiness’ means from a business perspective.
The guide which is outlined through the videos below, outlines the minimum expectations a business has of someone’s work readiness when they apply for a job. These expectations are classified as values, behaviours and skills.
It also summarises the views of business about the responsibilities different groups – business, education system, family, government or individuals – have for developing work readiness.
The Business Council of Australia have also put together a booklet, which further expands on what employers want
BEING WORK READY GUIDE
The Australian Business Chamber have a number of tips on job hunting, resume & cover letters and interview preparations, and a Jobs Board to find apprenticeships and traineeships
visit the skillsroad jobs board
For more useful tips on how to apply for a job during High School
visit the adzuna australia website