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Tap into resources to help you with decisions regarding your future career such as field of study and further education as well as accessing and interpreting labour market information to make informed decisions about your future job. The Careers Service can assist interpreting data gleaned from sites such as:
This site contains profession or industry based information on job prospects, weekly earnings, employment statistics, vacancies, training and skills.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics website is a good source of national and regional labour force information.
This government site provides assistance for job seekers with regional job boards, resources for job seekers and employers and relevant links.
The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry provides information on trade, business and the economy from international to local level.
An interactive website that offers career planning assistance in the areas of occupations, industries, education and training.
The Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations provides a large range of labour market information including location specific statistics and research data.
Provides data on industry trends and prospects nationally or in your local area.
This website provides a search engine and information on a range of jobs.
For further assistance contact Careers Officer Matthew Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 8204 4405.