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The world after working in government and public service

Planning your career long after your graduate career in government? Here are three popular career paths for graduates who make their start in the public sector.

Using LinkedIn as a student | Tips from Aurecon

With many graduate employers searching social media profiles as a standard part of the recruitment process, it pays to have a LinkedIn profile.

Ventia's Graduate Application Process

Applications from potential graduates are submitted throughout July and August, with initial screening conducted to ensure you fulfil the basic eligibility criteria in terms of work rights, graduation date, relevant degree and values assignment.

Warning: these 9 mistakes will destroy your job search

When applying for a new job, understanding the job search landscape is one key to your success. Make sure you know what to do and what not to do.

What can I do with an engineering degree (apart from being an engineer)?

If you’ve decided that’s engineering’s not for you, or simply want to avoid placing all your eggs in the one basket, you’ll be happy to know that the skills you’ve developed.

What makes a great graduate program? Lessons from MYOB: the best reviewed employer in Australia and New Zealand.

Graduate students look at employee reviews more than almost any other metric when browsing company profiles. The data is clear, if you want to attract top talent, you need happy graduates. To help you with this, we spoke with MYOB, the company with the best graduate reviews across all of Australia and New Zealand.

Where to start your government career: federal or state?

If you want to launch your graduate career in the government sector, this article will help you decide if you should focus on federal or state government.

Writing your CV? Tips from Aurecon

When you complete your application online, you will also need to upload your curriculum vitae (CV).