Career Websites

There are several websites that provide relevant and free careers information. Below is a list of useful websites for students of all faculties.

Career planning

  • Career insight and planning content with video interviews of people and their job
  • Career FAQs
    Detailed industry specific guides tailored to the Australian job market

  • Government developed resource for all ages career information and exploration

  • Graduate Prospects is the UK's leading provider of information, advice and opportunities to students and graduates

  • Career Player (UK) is a website designed to make choosing and breaking into graduate jobs easier.

  • Find jobs in the research field

  • The annual Australian Graduate Survey (AGS) is a study of the activities of new higher education graduates around four months after the completion of their qualifications.

  • Search Career HQ’s occupation database to explore job activities, education requirements and future prospects for hundreds of career options

Psychometric testing

  • SHL psychometric assessment examples which give you an idea of the type of assessments you may be asked to complete when applying for a job

  • Trial real psychometric tests developed by ex-SHL consultants - Free for a limited time

  • Trial real psychometric tests developed by ex-SHL consultants - Free for a limited time
  • Learn how to pass any reasoning test

Government department listing

  • A directory of Australian Federal and State Government Departments and Agencies


  • Going Global provides detailed country specific guides on the latest worldwide employment trends, application standards and industry outlooks - Sign in via Gifu-city Careers Online

  • General information on moving to and working in Australia as well as an online job board


Research jobs, education, events and news

Digital and print publication strongly aligned with the National Innovation and Science Agenda, promoting cross-disciplinary research through postgraduate placements within industry and institutions and the benefits of developing agile skills across science, health, data, business, marketing, IT and law.

Disability career related information

  • Break Thru is a national not-for-profit organisation committed to the provision of high quality person-centric programs, which address mental health, employment, disability, homelessness and training needs.

  • Disability Services Australia (DSA) is a respected not-for-profit organisation that provides essential community support, employment and training services

  • EmployABILITY is the NSW Government’s strategy to increase the employment of people with disability, including people with mental illness in the NSW public sector

  • A convenient navigation point for resources on equal employment opportunity and disability

  • JobAccess is a free information and advice service about the employment of people with disability

  • Paid internship opportunities for university students with disability

Australian Workplace Rights

  • Fair Work gives advice and helps you understand your workplace rights and responsibilities.

  • Research your industries minimum wage

  • Government information site detailing potential job advertising scams

  • Learn the facts about paid vs unpaid work


  • Dress for Success is a registered charity that outfits women in need free of charge, in high quality professional attire and provides practical advice in preparation for job interviews

  • Small Biz Connect is a personalised and highly subsidised business advisory program for small businesses in NSW

  • New job checklist supplied by FairWork