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Helping you find that job

  • By registering on our site this shows that you are really interested in working, and not just a statistic;
  • Your skills, experience and willingness are now in contact with the whole of Australia whether your employer's Head Office is in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane.
  • Packages of tips and practical help are increasingly being posted on our site.
  • The network of our site connects you with many employers and job-providers to boost your chances of success.

Looking for Work? Practical Advice:

Smile, because now you have moved on by entering our site you can only do better, be happier, meet new people and find new opportunities. Did you know that most people change jobs five times in their life? Be positive and good vibes will come your way!

We Help Connect You to Jobs

Widen your search by

  • Checking our site regularly
  • Register with Employment Services and Training Providers
  • Send out your resumes as soon as you find a job in your field
  • Apply for something different – for example wages are paid in the not-for-profit sector which can be very satisfying
  • Send your resume to Labour Hire Groups
  • Do not ignore part-time jobs; they may turn in to full- time jobs.
  • Update your resume regularly
  • Be aware of Disability Support Services & Vocational Rehabilitation Services if they apply to you – and always stress your abilities
  • Consider Re-training and Tertiary Education
  • If you do not have the internet at your home you can access the internet at your local library.

More Job-Seeker Tips

USE THE YELLOW PAGES

  • Find Employment Agencies in the Index, turn the pages and there you are!
  • Make appointments
  • They are usually free if you are job-searching, as they are paid by employers. They will help you get a resume together. Their job is to find you a job, so then there are more people than you searching on your behalf just for you.

READ DAILY AND THE LOCAL NEWSPAPERS:

  • The local newspapers are delivered free once a week to most houses and feature classified advertisements with jobs.
  • Daily newspapers (available at your local council library) have lots of jobs, particularly on Saturdays. Be early as it is often first in best dressed for many jobs. Have your resume ready and ensure that you have a mobile phone on so that you don't miss an appointment.

GET THAT JOB:

  • Dress for work, pick yourself up, put a smile on your face and go around asking for jobs where you want to work. It may be the local factory area, a row of shops, a restaurant or an office.
  • Be prepared to see many prospective employers every work-day.
  • Carry your references with you and be prepared to begin on the spot.
  • Showing how willing you are to get out there and try will open doors for you in the future.
  • Keep notes of each and every interview, complete with their business names, type of work, addresses and phone numbers. Add your comments.
  • Be one step ahead with a prepared leaflet from Office Works or similar to leave with places you would really like to work at, showing your photo, name and contact number with an interesting blurb such as "Ready and Willing to Work."