The New Zealand Careers Expo is matching thousands of potential jobseekers with their future employers or tertiary educators.
A new partnership means new hope in the construction centre for a more secure workforce as it faces at least four more years of continuing growth.
Do you write a blog, take photos, do a bit of modelling, or dabble with programming code? Or something else? Well then, you have a side job.
The latest in our series of Q&A career profiles of real people, doing real jobs, is about Allen, who is a stock manager on a farm.
School leavers preparing for tertiary study next year should also start looking for part-time work or volunteer opportunities to boost their employment prospects after graduation.
The latest in our series of Q&A career profiles of real people, doing real jobs, as featured in 2019 JET magazine (out now!) is about Lucy, who is a game developer.
One of the most crucial times to focus on first impressions is when starting a new job.
Civil trades is still a male-dominated industry but opportunities are growing for women interested in a career in infrastructure construction.
A nationwide project focused on encouraging people to join the trades is now on the road to New Zealand schools.
Check out the salary ranges of roles advertised in the latter part of 2018.