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Three Kiwi employers speak to Jody Hopkinson about their top requirements of the young people they employ fresh out of school, training or tertiary study. 
The latest in our series of JET Q&A job profiles is about Zoe, who is a gardener.
Teen entrepreneur Jack Bloomfield says that uni is not the be all and end all of education.
How to personalize your cover letter to make an impression while simultaneously saving your schedule.
Yes, we get it, the world of finance can be a foreign language! But if you have an idea of some key financial terms, it could well help you, not only in your career, but also in your life.
Jo Stirling, who is three years into a building apprenticeship, says it's important not to let fear stop you following your dreams.
Gone are the days when people stay in one stable career for their entire working life.
PJs may be comfortable but they don't put you in the right frame of mind for a job interview
The aim of the career hub is to help attract more school leavers, women, Māori and Pacific people to train and work in the construction industry.
You sometimes don't figure out your new job isn't the right fit until after you've started it.


‘Head High’: Three’s new rugby drama takes on St Kentigern College’s...

Three's new drama series, Head High plays on the concept of last year's real-life saga, when St Kentigern College was accused of poaching rugby talent from rival schools.