13 - 17 March
Employability Week has wrapped up for now, but you can still complete the career mapping quiz and explore the resources below.
Career mapping phases
Before you know where you want to go, you need to understand where you are. To find out, take the Career Mapping Quiz.
Take the quiz to discover your career mapping phase
- Discover who you are by reflecting on what you want and explore different career directions
- Focus on your next steps and plan how you will pursue your career goals - sign up for opportunities to develop your employability skills.
- Apply your experiences, skills and knowledge towards securing career opportunities and connecting with professionals.
- Sorted and achieving your transition to work or further study? Continue to build your professional skills, experiences and networks for success.
Access LMS Modules to help: prepare your application documents, get ready for interviews, search for jobs and grow your network. Enrol now.
Log in to our SMART resume platform to receive AI-powered feedback on your resume, LinkedIn profile and elevator pitch.
Test yourself and get instant feedback to improve your ability to respond to interview questions.
Study Area Reports: Job advertisement insights
Understand how your chosen area of study translates to employment opportunities in the job market.
Meaning and Purpose in Life
What is it, why should I care, and how do I get some? Professor Michael F.Steger shares about how cultivating meaning and purpose impacts our health and happiness.
Get ready for the recruitment process with a practice aptitude test, designed to evaluate the professional skills you will need.
Careers Online Job Board
Search for exciting grad job opportunities, internships and casual work opportunities.
Different Student Pathways to Employability
Find out how to be strategic with your future planning in this article by UniMelb's Professor Shanton Chang.
Personality & Strengths Assessment
These online tests will help you to reflect on and develop your self-awareness regarding your desired career path.
The habit that could improve your career
In this Ted Talk, Paul Catchlove shares how a regular practice of reflection can improve your decision-making, career and relationships.