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Students will be at different stages of career planning.   Some may know the exact career and even course that they are working towards.  Others may not even be sure what industry they would like to explore.  The following websites provide some information for students, no matter what stage of planning they are at.
Please note that the websites provided below are only a starting point, and as with any website the content should be cross referenced with other resources for accuracy.  If you would like to discuss career pathways please book an appointment with the Guidance Officer.
 
Career Planning
The State and Federal Governments have a range of useful websites that can assist students in their career planning.  These sites offer career quizzes, information on specific jobs (including how much you can expect to be paid), tips in preparing resumes and how to handle those tough job interviews. 
 
World of Work
Below are just some of the websites available to you to find out more about careers in specific industry areas:
 
 
Accounting
Advertising
Architecture
Arts
Auto Careers
Aviation Industry
Beauty
Business
Construction Industry
Defence Jobs
Electrical & Electronics
Engineering
Film & TV Industry
Government
General
Federal:   Government Skills
Federal:   ASIC
Federal:  ABS
State:  Jobs
Local:  Jobs directory
Hairdressing
Health & Community Services
Information Technology
Law
Manufacturing
Marine Science
Media & Journalism
Mining
Music Industry
Nursing
Pharmacy
Psychology
Queensland Police
Real Estate
Recreation Industry
Retail
Science
Sport
Teaching Careers
Transport & Logistics
Tourism & Hospitality
 
If you are thinking of undertaking an apprenticeship or traineeship after school, the following websites may be useful:

Australian Apprenticeship Training Information Service

Australian Qualification Network

Skills Info

Apprenticeship Information - Government Site

 
Some websites for understanding working conditions:

Young Workers Advisory Service

Workplace Authority

Australian Council of Trade Unions


Please note:
   All links on this site have been provided as a service to students.  Education Queensland and Beenleigh State High School are not responsible for the content of any linked websites.