Looking for some advice to kick start your job search in 2020? Attend the following sessions, delivered by our professional Career Consultants to gain practical and inspiring tips that you can utilise to begin your career planning and job search. This series is delivered at Nathan campus. Keep logging into Careerboard to find sessions delivered at other campuses, coming later in Trimester 1 2020! Graduates still on the hunt for a job are also encouraged to attend.Continue reading “T1 2020 Job Search Seminar Series”
If you are yet to break into the workforce and get your first part-time or casual job, statistics support Christmas time as being your best bet to find one! Job openings (particularly in the retail sector) increase dramatically during this time. In fact, 60% of Christmas Casual jobs advertised in Australia are for retail work. Other common opportunities include hospitality work, product demonstrating for companies, reception duties and manual labour.Continue reading “T’is the Season to be Job Hunting”
By Alex Hargreaves
Attention Graduating students! If you are due to Graduate at the end of 2019, now is a great time to remember that we exist! For many, graduation marks a scary time where one must suddenly must transition from the comforts of student life to an anxiety and caffeine fuelled job search. Perhaps your very survival depends on it. If you have never engaged with our services before this time, don’t worry, we won’t hold it against you. Instead, we are here to remind you of how we can assist you during this time.Continue reading “Engage with Careers and Employment Before you Graduate!”
Griffith Careers and Employment Service are here to assist you in Trimester 2, 2019! We can share any advice you may need to do well in your job search and help you find part-time, casual and full-time employment. There are many opportunities in T2 to learn more about our services and how to access them.Continue reading “What’s happening in Trimester 2?”
Engineering Graduate, Arslan Nizami, shares the awesome experience he had with his Industry Mentor!
The GOS is administered by the Social Research Centre. Graduates who completed their studies within the past year are invited to participate in the survey.Continue reading “Graduate Outcomes Survey”
Unitemps ‘Find a Job Workshops’ will be taking place over the next month on both Nathan and Gold Coast campuses. Students will learn how Unitemps operates, how to be a successful candidate and how to access other Careers and Employment services. These workshops will also be a chance for students to see the various employment opportunities available to them through signing up with Unitemps.Continue reading “Unitemps Find a Job Workshops”
Meet Timothy Chew, our Remarkable Student for April, 2019!Continue reading “Timothy shares how he demonstrates continuous improvement during his studies!”
In 2019, make the Griffith Careers and Employment Service a priority in your university experience! We can assist you with any advice you may need to do well in your job search. We can help you find part-time, casual and full-time employment.Continue reading “Unitemps, Employers on Campus, Seminars, and Cool Careers Initiatives in 2019!”
Recent statistics have shown that each entry level job vacancy advertised in Australia has an average of 20 university graduates competing for the position. In fact, an article published by The Conversation stated that it takes the average Australian graduate approximately 4.7 years after leaving uni to find a full time job. With scary statistics like this, it’s best to start thinking about your future career options well ahead of your graduation date. However, if you were having so much fun living up #studentlife that you forgot about the finding a job part at the end of the road, there are still practices you can put into place post-graduation to demonstrate to employers that you are a stand out candidate.