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Photos of drug use on social media are unlikely to endear you to potential employers. That recruiters often look at candidates’ social media presence is well known – yet people still use it inappropriately and undermine their jobs search, says recruiting specialists Hays.
AUT now has an on-campus recruitment service, Internz, aimed at matching graduates with employers. By Raewyn Court.
From florist to frontline cop, Whanganui police constable Nadine Staples is one of the new recruits reflecting the diversity police are aiming for.
As a builder, Amy Avison is outnumbered 50 to one and is used to sexism in her new industry.
A group of Waikato students has had a glimpse at the careers on offer in the agricultural contracting sector.
The New Zealand Police have released their brand new police recruitment video and it's a goodie.
Those boomers, they're scared of you
Anne Barry has spent most of her adult life fighting fires. But in her biggest battle she blazed a trail of her own in 1981, when she became the first female firefighter in the Commonwealth.
People pondering a career in agriculture, animal care or even construction and allied trades have an opportunity to taste their future.
Tourism operators, dairy farming and construction projects are giving jobs confidence to Otago and Southland.


First woman gains civil trades certification

The first woman to complete her civil trades certification may soon be followed by another – her daughter.