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Get a head start on making career decisions and preparing for a job

August 1, 2014
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Originally posted on Vic Careers:

In the Vic Careers office we speak to students and graduates on a daily basis who are feeling a little bit lost – either in their study or job decisions or in their job applications. Questions such as: What subjects should I study? What jobs can I do with my degree? What companies can I work for? How do I write a CV/cover letter? will frequently come up.

We like to speak with as many students as possible who have these queries but in order to provide the best possible advice it really helps if people have already started to explore their options.

It can be confusing knowing where to do this so below are some of our favourite resources we frequently refer our students and graduates to.

Career Exploration and Occupational Awareness

Career Viewgives you an excellent overview of a wide range of subjects, what skills…

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  1. August 1, 2014 1:29 pm

    Excellent post Steve! Be careful as regards the context or medium that you use colour CVs in. If you send your CV electronically then clour can be great, however, if the CV is likely to be printed in black and white, make sure there is sufficient contrast in the colours used so that it is not rendered illegible.

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