It’s never too early to get career ready! Register for an event to plan your next steps and be informed and inspired to develop the skills and experiences that employers are looking for.
Test yourself and gain instant feedback to improve your ability to respond to interview questions. You'll find the latest advice along with a comprehensive library of questions to help you prepare for recruitment.
Study Area Reports: Job advertisement insights
Understand how your chosen area of study translates to employment opportunities in the job market, find out about useful details such as job titles, employers and skills aligned to different study areas to help you evaluate your career options.
Work life podcast: How to break up with perfectionism
How can you hold onto your drive for excellence without falling into the perfectionism trap? In this episode of WorkLife, organisational psychologist Adam Grant dives into perfectionism and how the desire to be flawless is not always productive—or healthy.
I am the future of work
How much do you know about the state of the world of work and how it is changing? Whether you're seeking information about how you can develop skills and experience, or how you can prepare to navigate your work life early in your career, Future of work has a range of resources that can help you prepare, just keep scrolling to explore!
The Happiness Lab podcast - Burnout and how to avoid it
Dr Laurie Santos discusses the symptoms and causes of burnout with Jonathan Malesic, common misconceptions and other learnings about how we can avoid experiencing burnout for good.
How to talk gooder: the sciences and serendipity of conversation
Harvard Assoc. Prof Alison Wood Brook introduces her TALK framework for better conversationalists. Behavioural research reveals the importance and impact in our daily lives of how we talk to each other, get tips on how to have better conversations.
Use these practice tests to get familiar with aptitude tests which can often be a hurdle in recruitment processes. They can evaluate your literacy and numeracy, as well as test your creativity, problem solving ability, communication and other skills.
Neurodiversity: How to love, live and work better
Psychologist and award-winning social designer Dr. Lutza Ireland joins Jim Hogan to discuss a neurosmart edition on how to love, live and work better. Diversity in how people think, feel, and communicate means we often misunderstand each other, despite best intentions - they discuss strategies to help thinking about and navigating neurodiversity.