The following websites are some recommended by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.
Wondering what to do in the future?
This is an online career service designed to help you explore and plan your career.
Information for young people, provided by the government.
Job Outlook is a careers and labour market research information site to help you decide on your future career. Use the search options below to find a wealth of information covering around 350 individual occupations.
Provides comprehensive data on industry employment trends and industry prospects in Australia. SkillsInfo also provides information and links on the Australian labour market, vacancy liends, skills shortages, regional employment, and education and training.
The Job Guide is written and produced for a Year 10 audience. It is disliibuted to schools with Year 10 students each year. Each school receives one copy per Year 10 student and several reference copies. The Department relies on data from state, territory and non-government education authorities to determine Year 10 enrolments at each school.
Information about Australian Apprenticeships, where to get one, what it involves and where to get information locally.
GoVolunteer provides you will all the information you might need to find out about volunteering and volunteer opportunities in your area.
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) Gap Year program provides an opportunity for young Australians, who have finished year 12 (or equivalent) within the previous two years, to experience continuous military training and lifestyle before going on to study or a selected career
Information on planning, starting and running a business.
More information about Australian Apprenticeships.
Department of Education, Employment and Workplace relations
Provides career information, as well as information regarding financial assistance.