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Sirius College Career Development


Our aim is to provide you with all the latest information that will help you make decisions about your future career and your life beyond school.

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Thursday April 1 (Posted: 01/04/2021)

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New to the Sirius College Career Development Department, and starting in time for Term 2...

Are you like this with any element of your career planning journey?



Is there something on your mind when looking into your future plans, which makes you think...


Well, we have the answer for you! Introducing the Sirius College Career Development Department's new 'Ask the Practitioner' service!

Simply enter your year level (and campus if you want), and ask your question! No names needed! Every fortnight (maybe even weekly!) through the Daily News Fix eMail, and via the News Feed on siriuscollegecareers.com, the 4 Career Dev. Practitioners of Sirius College will provide responses to these questions!

More information has been sent to the SEQTA account of every single Years 7-12 student across Sirius College, and in the first 48 hours alone, we've already received 35+ questions from every year level & every campus!

At this stage, the first Daily News Fix /siriuscollegecareers.com News Feed post in response to these questions will be on the first Friday of Term 2 (Friday April 23), and every Friday fortnight thereafter. However, if demand requires it, we'll respond more than once a fortnight.

To submit your question to Mr. Mithat, Mr. Scott, Ms. Whitworth & Ms. Yucel:

(This button will be at the top of every Daily News Fix eMail / siriuscollegecareers.com News Feed post from the start of Term 2)
 

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Wednesday Mar 31 (Posted: 31/03/2021)

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  • Yrs 10-12: Victoria Police Information Session Webinar - If you are seeking a stimulating, challenging and rewarding career and have values aligned to those of Victoria Police, the Police encourage you to consider a career in policing. Please join Victoria Police at this session to learn about the Police role, the recruitment process and training at the Academy. This webinar will be on Thursday April 15 at 5pm. For more information & to register, click here.
  • 15yrs+: Virtual Work Experience - Just because Work Experience isn't occurring in Semester 1, doesn't mean there's nothing you can do to help understand the 'real world'. Sometimes it can be tricky to find work experience. Maybe the program you wanted to do is full, or it’s in a city that’s far away. Luckily, there is another option. Virtual work experience is becoming increasingly popular. It gives students from anywhere in the country the chance to experience working in a place they might not have had the option to before. Study Work Grow have gathered some virtual work experience resources for you to check out. To see them, click here. Fingers crossed we can get them going again in Semester 2, and if so, click here for an excellent database of opportunities ready to go!
  • Yrs 10-12: Richmond Institute of Sports Leadership Information Session - Students interested in a career in sport are invited to join the Richmond Institute live at the Richmond AFL Club on April 6 at 7pm, to learn more about the Richmond Institute of Sports Leadership which is delivered in partnership with Swinburne University of Technology. Key topics covered will include: Course structure and units, Student Experience, Industry Partners, Pathways and Employment opportunities. Information will be provided about the Diploma of Sport (Sport Development) / Diploma of Leadership and Management, which can flow straight into a number of Swinburne University Bachelor degrees WITH NO ATAR! To learn more about the course, click here; scroll to the 'Application Process' part to register for the information night. Mr. Scott was at the Richmond Institute this afternoon (hence why the Daily News Fix is late!) and the facilities & opportunities are fantastic, and it's for anyone who sees a future in sport (ie. more than just AFL!).
Information on the new 'Ask the Practitioner' service, which some have received via SEQTA, will be discussed tomorrow...

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Tuesday Mar 30 (Posted: 30/03/2021)

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  • 15yrs+: Navy Work Experience - The Royal Australian Navy is recommencing Work Experience programs this year, with a number of scheduled opportunities recently announced for Semester 2. The 'Introduction to Navy' program is based at HMAS Cerebus, 70km from Melbourne on Western Port Bay. This work experience placement will run over 4 days and be conducted by various units including the Boatswain Faculty, School of Survivability and Ship Safety, and School of Signals. Participants will experience some of the following activities:
    - Sea survival drills
    - Boat trip
    - Visit to the fire grounds and the countersink facility and use of other navy training simulators
    - Weapons display
    - Lessons in knots and navigation
    - Marching drills
    - RAN swimming test
    - Physical training
    - Team building exercises
    For more information on the available opportunities in Semester 2 (remember, no placements will be approved for Semester 1), click here. Only 10 participants per program, so don't delay!
  • Yrs 7-12: The Complete Guide to Networking When You Don’t Know Anyone - "When I was younger I used to be appalled by the term “networking”. It sounded so underhanded and unattractive. The entire premise of shaking hands with someone and having the underlying expectation of “you’ll scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours” just felt contrived. But at the time I didn’t realise the power networking had to not only open me to an immense pool of opportunity but to also provide serendipity and amazing conversations with people I was genuinely interested in who were also genuinely interested in me. When I started networking, I was a total noob. I had no idea how to write emails, use LinkedIn or even strike up conversation at an event. This article is for anyone new to the world of networking who’d like to know the secrets to meeting awesome people and maintaining valuable relationships. Read below if any of that sounds interesting and you’d like to reap the benefits of networking and meet some kickass people"...well, what are you waiting for? Click here to read more (approx 10-15min read).
  • Yr12: Entry and Pathways to ACU webinar TONIGHT - Year 12 students considering ACU as a 2022 option are encouraged to participate in this webinar. You'll learn about the many entry pathways to ACU – including the ACU Guarantee early offer program. This webinar will commence at 5pm TONIGHT, so to register your attendance, click here.
  • Yrs 9-12: RMIT ‘Discover What’s Next’ Webinar Series - Over the coming months, RMIT will be hosting a series of free Discover What’s Next online webinars. All events will take place from 5pm- 6pm, and registration is important, so click on the event listed below. You’re encouraged to register for as many that may interest you.
Discover What's Next - All you need to know about RMIT Tuesday 20 April
Discover What's Next - Business Thursday 22 April
Discover What's Next - Law Tuesday 27 April
Discover What's Next - Art Tuesday 4 May
Discover What's Next - Fashion Thursday 6 May
Discover What's Next - Architecture Tuesday 11 May
Discover What's Next - Design Thursday 13 May
Discover What's Next - Game Design Tuesday 18 May
Discover What's Next - Social Science Thursday 20 May
Discover What's Next - Communication Tuesday 25 May
Discover What's Next - Media Thursday 27 May
Discover What's Next - Biomedical Sciences Tuesday 1 June
Discover What's Next - Engineering Thursday 3 June
Discover What's Next - Flight Training and Aviation Tuesday 8 June
Discover What's Next - Trades Thursday 10 June
Discover What's Next - Science Tuesday 15 June
Discover What's Next - Health Science Thursday 17 June
Discover What's Next - Information Technology Tuesday 22 June
Discover What's Next - Education Thursday 24 June
Discover What's Next - Building Tuesday 13 July
Discover What's Next - Property Thursday 15 July

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Friday Mar 26 (Posted: 26/03/2021)

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  • Yrs 9-12: Career as an Intelligence & Policy Analyst - Intelligence and Policy Analysts collect and analyse information and data to produce intelligence and to develop and analyse policies guiding the design, implementation and modification of government and commercial operations and programs. The Good Careers Guide website states that Policy Analysts develop and advise on policies that guide government and commercial departments and organisations. Some of the day-to-day tasks include:
    - organising, collecting, collating and analysing data, and developing intelligence information, such as electronic surveillance
    - compiling and distributing intelligence information using briefings, maps, charts, reports and other methods
    - liaising and consulting with program administrators and other interested parties to identify policy needs
    - reviewing existing policies and legislation to identify anomalies and out-of-date provisions
    To become an Intelligence and Policy Analyst, a student usually needs a bachelor degree in intelligence operations, political science, international relations, or another related field to work as an Intelligence or Policy Analyst. It is also quite common to complete postgraduate studies. There are a number of universities in Victoria that offer courses, or majors within other courses, related to political science and international relations. Some of these include:

  • Yrs 9-12: Do you need to reset? As Term 1 draws to a close, it’s important to reflect on how you have started the year. It can be easy to lose motivation with school work, sport, extracurricular activities and staying healthy. The HopeFull Institute has released a fantastic article called ‘start the new year strong’. It may be worth reading if you would like to reset for the start of Term 2. Topics are:
    - Start with a posture of positivity
    - Start with ambition
    - Start with an intention to fail (yes you read that right!)
    - Start to frame your world in a way that is helpful
    - Start by being present
    To read this article, click here.
  • Yrs 10-12: Where can a Bachelor of Arts take you? We've asked this question a few times now, and here's how Monash University is trying to answer that question. ​​​​Learn about the amazing Bachelor of Arts through reading about the career journeys of Monash graduates (now alumni). Think journalism, diplomacy, foreign affairs, TV presenting, marketing, politics, economics, social media, social justice etc. - the choices are vast & wide! To read about them (and you will recognise some of the alumni listed!), click here.
  • Yrs 10-12: Animals, Conservation, Wildlife & Zoology Courses 2021 - A number of universities in Victoria offer a range of courses in animal science, marine biology, veterinary nursing, conservation studies, and wildlife & zoology. A number of these undergraduate courses are listed below, but for a comprehensive list of all similar courses offered by universities and TAFE institutions, browse VTAC.
INSTITUTION COURSE NAME VCE PREREQ’S MAJOR STUDIES IN 2021

DEAKIN UNIVERSITY

ATAR: 61.10
(Melbourne)

Environmental Science (Environmental Management and Sustainability)

Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL.

Biology, Bushfire management, Catchment management, Coastal and marine management, Conservation biology/ecology, Ecological studies, Ecology, Ecosystem management, Ecotourism, Environmental health, Environmental impact assessment, Environmental management, Environmental policy and planning, Environmental project management, Environmental protection, Environmental science, Environmental social science, Indigenous engagement, Land management, Natural resources management, Nature conservation, Parks and reserve management, Plant and animal biology, Pollution control, Professional practice, Research methods, Resource efficiency, Science,
Sustainability, Waste management, Water resources management, Wildlife management.



ATAR: 52.15
(Warrnambool)

Environmental Science
(Marine Biology)

Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL.

Animal and plant biology, Aquaculture, Aquatic resource management, Aquatic science, Biology, Ecological studies, Ecology (sustainability), Ecosystem management, Environmental science, Fisheries, Freshwater biology, Freshwater ecology, Geographic information systems, Land and water management, Marine and coastal management, Marine biology, Marine ecology, Marine environment, Natural resource management,
Professional practice, Science, Water quality management.


ATAR: 66,8
(Geelong)

Marine Science

Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other
than EAL.

Biology, Chemistry, Fisheries and aquaculture, Marine biology and ecology, Modelling, Ocean and coastal processes, Physics, Science quantitation.



ATAR: 74.40
(Melbourne)

Environmental Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology)

Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL.

Agricultural environmental and related studies, Animal and plant biology, Animal diversity, Animal husbandry, Biology, Botany, Conservation biology/ecology, Ecological studies, Ecosystem management, Environmental science, Land and water management, Landscape ecology, Natural resource management, Park and wilderness management, Plant ecology, Science, Vegetation and wildlife management, Wildlife conservation and ecology, Wildlife management, Zoology.


ATAR: 65.30
(Geelong)

Zoology and Animal Science

Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL.

Animal behaviour, Animal biochemistry, Animal biology, Animal communication, Animal diversity, Animal navigation, Animal welfare, Animals and climate change, Conservation genetics, Disease ecology, Ecology, Ecophysiology, Evolutionary biology, Genetics, Marine biology, Ornithology, Physiology, Science, Sensory ecology and neurobiology, Wildlife disease, Wildlife ecology and conservation, Wildlife management, Zoology.

FEDERATION UNIVERSITY
ATAR: 50.60
(Berwick)

Environmental and Conservation Science

Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 20 in any English; Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 20 in one of any Mathematics or any Science.

Australian Ecosystems, Australian Flora and Fauna, Biology, Botany, Ecology, Ecosystem Conservation, Environmental Geology, Environmental Management, Environmental Studies, Landscape Restoration, Park and Reserve Management, Pest Plants & Animals, Water, Wildlife, Zoology.



ATAR: 52.90
(Berwick)

Veterinary and Wildlife Science

Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 20 in any English; Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 20 in one of any
Mathematics or any Science.

Animal Behaviour, Animal Health, Ecology, Veterinary Science.

LA TROBE UNIVERSITY
ATAR: 60.60
(Melbourne)

Animal and Veterinary Biosciences

Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL.

Animal and plant biology, Animal biotechnology, Animal breeding, Animal health, Animal science, Animal welfare, Biochemistry, Biology, Genetics, Microbiology, Molecular and cell biology, Nutrition and feed production, Plant and animal production, Veterinary science, Zoology.


ATAR: 55.25
(Melbourne)

Biological Sciences

Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other
than EAL.

Animal and plant biology, Biochemistry, Biology, Biosciences, Biotechnology, Botany, Ecology, Environmental management, Genetics, Human biology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Physiology, Zoology.


ATAR: 67.10
(Melbourne)

Veterinary Nursing

Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL; Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 20 in one of Biology, Chemistry or
any Mathematics.

Advanced medical veterinary nursing, Advanced surgical veterinary nursing, Anaesthesia, Animal anatomy, Animal care and management, Animal health, Animal physiology, Animal welfare and ethics, Communication skills, Evidence based approach, Human and physical resource management, Radiology, Veterinary nursing practice.


ATAR: 87.95
(Melbourne)

Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology)

Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL.

Animal and plant biology, Biology, Botany, Conservation biology and ecology, Ecological studies, Ecology (sustainability), Environment and sustainability, Environmental geoscience, Environmental management, Environmental studies, Fire management, Genetics, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Wildlife management, Zoology.

 

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Thursday Mar 25 (Posted: 25/03/2021)

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2021-2025 Industry Employment Outlook: Part 3 (last part!)

Over the last 2 days, we're provided you information on the 'best guesses' for 8 of the 19 industries in the Australian Labour Market as to how many jobs there'll be in the next few years. All this information comes from the Australian Government's 'National Skills Commission', and is correct as of March 15. These were all overviews, and not for every industry in the labour market. The National Skills Commission does however provide a more detailed insight for every industry, and today we're providing you access to this. Called the '2021 Industry Employment Projections', this is an excellent, excellent resource to look at, and whilst it's a little number-heavy, does allow you do look more specifically at your industry/industries of interest.

Some guidance for this resource:
  • Every industry in Australia has their own tab at the bottom. Simply slide through to find your industry of interest, or click the 3 horizontal lines on the bottom left to select your industry of interest.
  • The main page shows you a visual version of the growth/decline for all industries (which was shared in Monday's Daily News Fix).
  • Every industry page (and the overview page) has a similar heading explaining what each column's information is. From left to right, this is what they mean (with the example below used):
    • The amount of people employed in that industry/area of that industry as of November 2020, in the hundreds of thousands (eg. There were 1,094,000 people employed in 'Education & Training' in Nov 2020).
    • What the current 'best guess' is for the amount of people employed in that industry/area of that industry as of November 2025, in the hundreds of thousands (eg. The prediction for Nov 2025 is that there will be 1,213,000 people employed in 'Education & Training').
    • How many more/less people that is between November 2020 & November 2025, in the hundreds of thousands (eg. This means there'll be 118,600 more people in 'Education & Training' in Nov 2025 as opposed to Nov 2020).
    • The percentage rise/fall of people employed in that industry/area of industry between November 2020 & November 2025 (eg. This means there'll be a growth of 10.8% in 'Education & Training' from Nov 2020 to Nov 2025).

There is no point in planning for your future if you don't know what that future potentially looks like, so we strongly encourage you to look at this information, find your industry/industries of interest, and see what the predictions are for it! Remember, you can be a mix (eg. Working as an Accountant in a school is 'Education & Training' even though you are trained in a 'Financial & Insurance Services' area). 'Failing to plan is planning to fail' - don't go into your career journey with your eyes closed!

To access the 2021 Industry Employment Projections, click here.

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Wednesday Mar 24 (Posted: 24/03/2021)

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2021-2025 Industry Employment Outlook: Part 2

Yesterday, we shared projections for the 4 fastest growing industries over the next 4-5 years: Health Care & Social Assistance, Accommodation & Food Services, Professional, Scientific & Technical Services, and Education & Training. Today, we are sharing further insights from the Australian Government's National Skills Commission on 4 more industries (2 seeing growth & 2 going backwards), including the other big industry where school students find part-time work (Retail Trade). The information below is correct as of March 15, 2021.
  • Construction: Employment in this industry is projected to rise by 80,700 (or 6.8%) over the five years to November 2025. There is strong projected employment growth in Building Installation Services (up 23,900 or 8.4%) and in Residential Construction (16,300 or 10.6%), initially supported by Government stimulus measures and reflected in the surge in home & apartment approvals since mid-2020. In addition, significant investment in infrastructure is reflected in the predicted above average growth in Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction sectors (9,900 or 8.8%). To learn about the jobs within this industry, click here.
  • Retail Trade: Employment in this industry, having already recouped its COVID-19 induced losses, is projected to rise by 52,500 (or 4.1%) over the five years to November 2025. This is stronger than the average 5yr growth rate, of 3.3%, that prevailed through most of the 2010s. COVID-19 has accelerated the shift towards online sales in some sectors, with Non-Store Retailing projected to rise by 2,200 (or 10.3%), while employment in Department Stores is projected to fall by 4,100 (or 5.3%). In addition, recent strong employment growth in Pharmaceutical and Other Store-Based Retailing is projected to continue (up by 24,000 or 10.4%), albeit at a slower rate. To learn about the jobs within this industry, click here.
  • Information Media and Telecommunications: Employment in this industry is projected to fall by 7,500 (or 3.9%), continuing its long-term decline in employment. The largest fall in employment is projected for Telecommunications Services (down by 6,000 or 6.8%) and Newspaper, Periodical, Book and Directory Publishing (down by 3,900 or 25.0%). Meanwhile, employment in the Motion Picture and Video Activities sector has recovered from its COVID-19 slump and is projected to regain its pre-COVID-19 momentum (up by 2,300 or 7.2%). To learn about the jobs within this industry, click here.
  • Manufacturing: Employment in this industry is projected to fall by 5,900 (or 0.7%) over the five years to November 2025. The long-term decline in some Manufacturing sectors is expected continue, with employment in the Transport Equipment Manufacturing sector projected to decline by 5200 (or 9.0%) and in Textile, Leather, Clothing and Footwear Manufacturing sector by 4,700 (or 15.3%). Even so, there are positive signs within the industry, with projected growth of 6,400 (or 8.5%) in the Primary Metal and Metal Product Manufacturing sector, supported by significant domestic infrastructure investment and the redevelopment of modern manufacturing in Australia. To learn about the jobs within this industry, click here.

Use this labour market information to help with your career choices, now & into your post-school life!

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Tuesday Mar 23 (Posted: 23/03/2021)

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2021-2025 Industry Employment Outlook: 'the big 4'

Yesterday we provided you an overview as to what the best guesses currently are about 'where the jobs will be' over the next few years, to roughly the end of November 2025. Today, we're going to provide some specific information about the big 4, as in the 4 fastest predicted growing industries in Australia. These 4 industries are predicted to have the most amount of jobs created in the next few years, which means opportunities for you, both while you're in school & post-school! Tomorrow, we'll provide more information on 4 other industries, as provided to us by the Australian Government's National Skills Commission. The information below is correct as of March 15, 2021.
  • Health Care and Social Assistance: Employment in this industry, the primary provider of new jobs in the Australian labour market since the 1990s, is projected to increase by 249,500 (or 14.2%) over the next five years. This growth is supported by continued investment in public health care at the state and federal levels along with ongoing demand generated by the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Increasing demand for childcare and Australia’s ageing population also contribute to this strong projected growth, with employment in this industry having been relatively resilient to the impacts of COVID-19. To learn about the jobs within this industry, click here.
  • Accommodation and Food Services: Employment in this industry projected to recover from the major impact of COVID-19 and associated restrictions/lockdowns. Employment in the industry declined by 105,400 (or 11.2%) from February to November 2020, but is projected to rebound strongly, increasing by 139,900 (or 16.8%) over the five years to November 2025. It is anticipated that this rebound will predominantly be due to strong growth in Cafés, Restaurants and Takeaway Food Services (up by 114,100 or 19.6%) and Accommodation (up by 23,800 or 30.9%), offsetting the losses experienced by these sectors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Strong growth in the Cafés, Restaurants and Takeaway Food Services and Accommodation sectors are expected to be driven by increased domestic tourism and an easing of restrictions on international arrivals in the next few years. To learn about the jobs within this industry, click here - this is one of the 2 main industries that school students find part-time jobs in!
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  • Professional, Scientific and Technical Services: Employment in this industry is projected to increase by 131,100 (or 11.0%) over the five years to November 2025, reflecting ongoing strength in demand for the services of qualified and highly educated workers throughout the economy. Major contributions to the industry’s employment growth are expected to come from Computer System Design and Related Services (projected to grow by 47,200 or 16.0%), Architectural, Engineering and Technical Services (25,700 or 9.0%) and Legal and Accounting Services (25,300 or 8.6%). To learn about the jobs within this industry, click here.
  • Education and Training: Employment in this sector is projected to increase by 118,600 (or 10.8%) over the five years to November 2025. While the tertiary education sector (ie. TAFE & uni) is expected to record subdued employment growth in the short-term due to the reduction in international students as a result of COVID-19, this is expected to be offset by a larger school-aged population and growing demand for adult and community education. To learn about the jobs within this industry, click here.
Tomorrow, information will be shared on the Construction, Retail Trade (the other main school student part-time job industry), Information Media and Telecommunication & Manufacturing industries.

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Career Development Daily News Fix: Monday Mar 22 (Posted: 22/03/2021)

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  • Yrs 7-12: Industry Employment Outlook to 2025 - Today, the best information available in Australia as to 'where the jobs will be' was publicly released, with projections made to November 2025. While most industries (main groups of jobs) didn't change (eg. Health Care & Social Assistance is still predicted to still be the fastest growing industry), there was a big surprise as to what the second fastest growing industry is predicted to be, and it's a direct result of the COVID19 pandemic & lockdowns - Accommodation & Food Services. Employment is projected to increase in 17 of the 19 industries over the five years to November 2025, with declines in employment projected for Manufacturing (5900) and Information Media and Telecommunications (7500). Tomorrow's News Feed post will be exclusively dedicated to giving more details about these projections - you need to know how fast your area of interest is growing, if at all! But for now, have a look at the image below at the general overview of industry growth. To learn more about what the 19 industries are that make the Australian Labour Market, and which one/ones your future career may lie, click here.
  • Yrs 9-12: ACU 'Talk with..." webinar series - Join ACU for their 'Talk with Industry' webinar series about this time next month. These are a series of panel discussions featuring ACU graduates in a range of various disciplines & professions. Get helpful advice from someone who has 'been there & done that', and find out what it's like to work in your area of interest. For more information, click any of the links below; all webinars start at 6pm:
    • Tuesday April 20: Talk with Nurses, Midwives and Paramedics - click here.
    • Wednesday April 21: Talk with Business and IT Professionals - click here.
    • Thursday April 22: Talk with Lawyers - click here.
  • Yrs 9-12: Chat with Monash about becoming a teacher - Monash know current events are providing a range of challenges, but they are still here and ready to support you with questions you might have about how to become a teacher through a degree with Monash. Monash are offering 10 minute, one-on-one phone consultations to answer questions you may have about your future studies. To see the undergraduate & postgraduate options available in Education through Monash, click here. To book a phone appointment, click here.

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