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Psychometric & Vocational Assessment Tests

Psychometric & Vocational Assessment Tests

In the words of Plato “No two people are born exactly alike…..”. Therefore the task of a career adviser is complimented by the use of various assessment tools, including Vocational Assessment Instruments.

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Career Education in Schools & Universities

What is being taught in our Schools & Universities regarding Career Development?  Read this post and find out more.

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The Great "Job Search" Myth

The Great "Job Search" Myth

People experiencing enforced or voluntary workplace career change often have unrealistic expectations about the availability of a suitable position being readily accessible to them. This can quickly translate into negative feelings and a loss of confidence (all of which is completely avoidable).

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Immigration Employment

Immigration Employment

The White Australia Policy is not dead - it is part of everyday life for many job hunters. Although first and second generation immigrants account for more than 40 percent of the Australian population, the high unemployment rate for immigrants is a good indication that old habits and prejudices die hard.

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Career Confusion

Career Confusion

In today’s highly skilled workforce and in an environment of minimal unemployment there lurks a hidden problem that is costing the Australian economy possibly billions of dollars annually in lost productivity and individual opportunity.

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