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Congratulations! You’re about to finish school, and no doubt every adult in your life will have advised you on what your next steps should be. There’s an expectation that you’ll go on to further study, but that doesn’t have to be the case. There is a world of possibilities out there!

A word about tax

Tax is a compulsory contribution of money to your country’s/state’s overall revenue, taken from income and sales profits (added to majority transactions, goods and services).
It’s no secret you probably won’t be assigned a personal assistant while working or studying. Here are 10 tips on how to juggle many things at once.
Use this checklist if you are planning on studying in or just moving to Australia. Some of these things may seem like a no-brainer, but it can be really helpful to have a list in front of you to cross off if you’re planning to leap across the ditch.
With more than 80 roles (known as ‘trades’), the job diversity in the New Zealand Defence force is huge and there is something for everybody.
The Youth Guarantee is the Government’s promise to provide young people with more choices, ways and places to achieve NCEA level 2 or equivalent.
You might know those people … they could be your soon-to-be-former classmates, your whānau, or even your parents. The ones who seem born to do what they do.
In the past, apprenticeships were often seen as something for people who didn't get good enough grades to go to university. Times have changed, reports Danielle Wright
A study by the NZ Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) found that 46 per cent of current jobs are at "high risk" of disappearing in the next decade or two.
Danielle Wright finds out why soft skills are the key to career success in a changing world


How to become a midwife

Do you want to make a contribution to the community and start a career in midwifery? Here’s what you need to know about how to become a midwife.

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