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Careers to look into with your Communications degree

As you complete your university classes, you will be considering your career options and searching for an exciting, fulfilling job that you will enjoy.If you are graduating with a Communications degree, there are many positions available that allow you to use what you...

Unconventional career paths you’ve probably never considered

For a long time I had a very simplistic view of work. In my head, the options were:Step 1) go to uni,Step 2) study something practical,Step 3) become a doctor, lawyer, or teacher.It makes sense – at school we’re given a fairly limited scope of options and may not be...

5 tips to navigate imposter syndrome in your first remote job

Whether you are just starting your new job or about to graduate, starting a new job can be exciting and scary at the same time, especially if you are starting it all remotely.Feeling not good enough and like you don’t know what you are doing is commonly felt when you...

What your favourite Squid Game character predicts for your career

When the Korean Netflix series Squid Game hit screens, it took the world by storm. In its first month, the show became the most watched program ever released by the streaming site, amassing 1.65 billion hours viewed.Squid Game captured the hearts and souls of so many...

I met my husband at Orientation: This is where we are now

The secret perks of OrientationIt was a hot day in 2012, I had had my wisdom teeth removed the week prior so I was (in my own mind at least) annoyingly puffy cheeked, and I was stuck playing ice breaker games in a room full of strangers. Was this Dante’s missing tenth...

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Careers to look into with your Communications degree

Careers to look into with your Communications degree

As you complete your university classes, you will be considering your career options and searching for an exciting, fulfilling job that you will enjoy.If you are graduating with a Communications degree, there are many positions available that allow you to use what you...

I met my husband at Orientation: This is where we are now

I met my husband at Orientation: This is where we are now

The secret perks of OrientationIt was a hot day in 2012, I had had my wisdom teeth removed the week prior so I was (in my own mind at least) annoyingly puffy cheeked, and I was stuck playing ice breaker games in a room full of strangers. Was this Dante’s missing tenth...

The rise of remote working: how to do it right

The rise of remote working: how to do it right

More university graduates are going straight into remote work roles than ever before. In fact, 41% of Australians now work remotely.David Zago, head of the ABS Head of Household surveys, has stated:“...most Australians expect work from home arrangement to continue...

The future of work in 2022 – what the experts think

The future of work in 2022 – what the experts think

There’s no way around it – 2021 was a weird year for work. With different lockdowns around the country and world, businesses and employees alike had to change their processes, many adopting hybrid ways of working.So where does that leave us? As we wrap up another...

How to make lemonade out of the lemon that was 2021

How to make lemonade out of the lemon that was 2021

As we look back on the year (or two) that was, it’s easy to go down that negative path of regret and frustration about what could have been.Perhaps you didn’t have the thriving social life that you hoped for on campus. Maybe you barely stepped into a lecture theatre...

Graduating and starting a law career in COVID

Graduating and starting a law career in COVID

I’m lucky to be a graduate lawyer at prominent LGBT law firm, Dowson Turco Lawyers. My career at the firm has been dynamic and started off while I was completing a Bachelor of International Studies / Bachelor of Law at UTS. I have been at the firm for more than four...

5 industry blogs to add to your reading list

5 industry blogs to add to your reading list

Where do you get your info about professional development, insights into your industry, or just general career tips? Many of us go to trusted places like friends, family, and mentors for advice like this, but that doesn’t take into account the hard-won knowledge of...

How to take a sick day

How to take a sick day

When you are feeling unwell, taking a day off early into your career can be a worrying time. Here are some tips to ensure you look after yourself and your responsibilities too.Before you need to take sick leave, it’s helpful to know in advance some basics about your...

The secrets to landing a graduate job

The secrets to landing a graduate job

Uni can be hard, but graduating might be even harder.You’ve studied for three or more years, got your last assignments in, and said goodbye to your tutors. Success! But now you’ve got to enter the real world. Even worse - the world of work 😱And that’s where graduate...

All I want for Christmas is…work experience!

All I want for Christmas is…work experience!

With Christmas only a few months away, it’s time for Michael Bublé and Mariah Carey to start popping up on your “for you” page. It’s also time to start applying for “Christmas casual” or seasonal jobs to make the most of the university break by adding work experience...

Securing a cadetship in construction

Securing a cadetship in construction

UTS Careers are regularly approached by Construction Project Management students who are eager to get some advice and support on how to secure a cadetship. All students undertaking an undergraduate degree in Construction Project Management are required to complete a...

Make mentorship a part of every interaction

Make mentorship a part of every interaction

The word ‘mentor’ has a bit of stigma to it. It sounds formal. It sounds like a lot of work. It’s perceived to be something that only ‘keen beans’ set up when they want a promotion. My experience suggests that you should not overcook it and just use every interaction...

How to test-drive a potential career

How to test-drive a potential career

When you’re buying a new car, there are so many options to choose from. What kind of vehicle suits your lifestyle? Which makes and models have the features you’re looking for? You’ll likely spend some time researching, narrowing down a list of favourites, then taking...