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We have put together a list of useful resources to help you!

To decide on a career

Job Outlook Quiz: This is a really great quiz to help you identify what types of work you most like doing. By answering simple questions about what activities you enjoy, it tells you what professions you are most likely to enjoy or be good at.

Youth Central Career Profiles: Ever wondered what it was like to be an auctioneer? A jeweller? A physiotherapist? How about a viticulturist? Find out about different careers from people who are working in specific industries.

MyFuture: Information and advice on careers, courses, and simple and fun quizzes to help you decide what you want to do and what you will be good at. www.myfuture.edu.au/MiniCareerExplorer/index.html: The Mini Career Explorer is an easy-to use tool that helps you understand the different jobs that can meet your skills and interests.

zoomin.org.au: A guide for school leavers in Melbourne to help you find courses, prepare for a job and know your rights at work.

To find a job

Ribit: Ribit is Australia’s first free student-only job service, focused on work that is relevant to your study and future career. They help students locate jobs based on their skills and help businesses identify students who are right for their business.

JobCraft: JobCraft gives you access to employment and education opportunities, local events, support, local agencies and other important information in the Moonee Valley and Maribyrnong area. If you are under 25 and a little unsure about your next step, then join JobCraft.

Structured Workplace Learning: Looking for on-the-job training? The Structure Workplace Learning website can help you to find work placements with employers in Victoria.

CareerOne career advice: For job advertisements, career advice, and tips on job interviews and resumes.

For help with study

Victorian Skills Gateway: Victorian Department of Education website to help you find a TAFE course, learn what jobs are on demand, or find a provider if you want to do an apprenticeship.

Skills & Job Centres: Skills and Job Centres are ‘one-stop-shops’ based at different TAFES across Victoria, to give you advice on training and careers.

StudyAssist: Information for students about government assistance for financing tertiary study.

To know your rights at work

ACTU Worksite: The Australian Council of Trade Unions has a website specifically to help you understand your rights at work, pay rates, unpaid internships, etc. You can also download a free ‘Guide To Getting Your First Job’.