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  • Preparing for work

Developing a resume

A resume is a document that summarises your knowledge, skills and experience. It should be one to two pages long, depending on your level of experience and include personal contact details, skills, education and training, past work experiences (paid and unpaid) and any achievements.

  • Study after school
  • Preparing for work

Open universities and online courses

Online study gives you the freedom to choose where and when you study. There are many options to study online units, courses and entire degrees online.

  • On the job

Workplace stress

Most people experience stress at some point in their working life. A small amount of stress can be motivating, but too much stress may leave you feeling tired, irritated, overwhelmed, have trouble sleeping and/or remembering things.

  • Preparing for work

Addressing the key selection criteria

Key selection criteria are the skills values and attributes that an employer is seeking. When you write a job application you may be asked to explain how you have previously demonstrated this criteria.

  • Study after school
  • Preparing for work

Studying at university and TAFE

University and TAFE are two options that provide further education, training and pathways to employment. 


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