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    Adzuna

    Adzuna (was MyCareer) lists vacancies, information on job hunting skills, training and development and a resume builder.

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    Career Bullseye posters

    The Career Bullseye posters can help students to identify occupations that link with subjects studied at school and indicate what level of education and training is required to find employment. The Bullseye posters reflect possible career options and training requirements for 33 subjects.

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    Career Expo - Information in video format

    The top questions young people ask providers in higher education, training, apprenticeships and work in short video format. Developed by NDCO Region 20 & 22 (Northern and Southern, QLD)

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    Employability Skills (NDCO SA)

    Skills that employers identified as important, noting that the mix and priority of these facets would vary from job to job. Skills include; Communication; Teamwork; Planning and Organising; Self management; Learning; and, Personal attributes.

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    GradAccess: Australian Public Service graduate programs for people with disability

    GradAccess is a new centralised recruitment stream into Australian Public Service (APS) graduate programs for people with disability. GradAccess gives graduates with disability the opportunity to gain an ongoing graduate role in one of 11 different APS agencies through a single recruitment process. GradAccess reduces the barriers that people with disability may face when having to complete many individual applications for multiple graduate programs by providing a centralised safe, flexible, and supported entry point into the APS.  Applications for the 2019 graduate programs will open on 28 May 2018 and close 1 July 2018.

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    Graduate Opportunities

    Graduate Opportunities is a publication for new graduates in Australia. It is a reference tool for final-year students and graduates on the cusp of their careers, as well as mid-degree students seeking undergraduate work experience.

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    Guidelines for Facilitating the Career Development of Young People with Disability

    These Guidelines for Facilitating the Career Development of Young People with Disability were developed by the Career Industry Council of Australia (CICA) and aim to support those who provide career information, advice and guidance to young people with disability. They are intended for a wide audience, though it is anticipated that disability employment service providers and secondary school teachers, particularly those in the special education sector, will benefit most from the information contained in these guidelines. 

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    Job Outlook

    Job Outlook is a careers and labour market research information site to help you decide on your future career.

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    My Big Tomorrow: Career resource

    My Big Tomorrow aims to inspire young people to think more broadly about their future careers. It is also designed to give them the understanding of the skills they will need in order to succeed in their chosen career. My Big Tomorrow will allow young people to explore, discover and learn.

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    MyFuture: Australia's career information and exploration service

    MyFuture offers a wide range of information on occupations, training, demand and pathways. It also provides help for teachers, parents and those assisting others.

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