Job readiness and careers: what Business graduates and near-graduates bring to the table

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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Situated for the duration in a trajectory that scaled the corporate ladder within a sole organisation, the ‘career’ of yesteryear has been reworked. Termed the ‘new career’, paths of employment have since the 1990s been understood through a range of descriptors that reflect the contexts and strategies in which they play out: there’s the self-managing […]

Career Myth-buster

International students
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With over 75% of employment vacancies never making it to an advertisement, we cannot afford to wait complacently for opportunities to be advertised. We must proactively search out opportunities and market ourselves to companies and individuals who can help us achieve the career we want. Get the full story here...

Career Leaders get the Careers and Employment message out there!

Academic Administration
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The Career Leaders Project delivered by the Careers and Employment Service, Student Success, trains current students to promote the importance of career development to their peers while developing  their own career skills and action plan. Career Leaders promote Griffith’s Careers and Employment services and resources to co-students through lecture presentations, careers drop-in sessions, events and […]