The NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet has developed an exciting new publication, Breaking Through: Stories of Women in non-traditional occupations.
The publication sets out to encourage women to consider careers in non-traditional occupations such as engineering, information and communications technology, forestry and uniformed roles by profiling the experience of 20 inspirational women from across the NSW public sector.
Breaking Through will inspire young women who are just starting to consider their futures to think broadly and boldly about the career paths open to them.
First impressions are never more important than in ‘The Job Interview’ -taking your gum out, polishing your shoes and cleaning your fingernails are just the beginning
Read Paul Slezak’s article which appeared in the SMH 27/3/10
Here is a great article Jim Bright who writes for MyCareer in the Herald.
re:tricks and tips for ‘meeting selection criteria’
Graduate Outlook Good according to this article from the SMH 2/3/10
Graduating Soon? Start Planning NOW article – By David Jean from the Advertiser, 7/8/2010
WEEKLY INTERESTING ARTICLE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
Job Interviews Stick to the script tips on staying on message while under scrutiny – Rhod Ellis-Jones
Job Satisfaction? Go with the flow – Ross Gittins
How you describe your job is as important as doing it - Lissa Christopher
Hook, Line and Sinker – Michael Walters