Tips & Insights
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Careers & industry
How to make sustainable fashion your career
With rising temperatures comes a rising need for eco-conscious fashion designers—those who will keep the planet in mind with every garment they create. But how do you become one?
How you can work with Aboriginal communities and give back
Want to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as part of your career? Here are three jobs to consider, from remote teaching to arts programming.
4 jobs of the future that don't exist today
Social media managers, home fitness instructors and coders are the jobs of today. But what are the jobs of tomorrow? The roles experts have predicted may surprise you.
Courses & the study experience
Adriana is using her nutrition degree to make a difference
With her Bachelor of Food and Nutrition, Adriana educates others about the impact food can have on the body.
In Year 12? The pandemic doesn't have to hurt your uni chances
Find out what special considerations are available for the class of 2021—and why your ATAR doesn’t have to stop you from getting into uni.
4 criminology careers that let you fight crime
Want a career in criminology, but not sure where to start? Here are four very difference ways you can catch criminals and stop crime.
Study & life hacks
How can you start your own podcast?
With the number of podcasts out there, you may be starting to think you could create your own. You’ve got the passion for a particular topic, the home office set-up (thanks to the pandemic) and the time up your sleeve to learn a new skill (you can thank COVID-19 for that too). But how much work is really involved in being a master of the mic?
How to resign gracefully when leaving a job you used to love
Unhappy at work and ready to move on? Learn how to make a smooth exit and part on good terms, even in the middle of a pandemic.
How to stop apologising for doing your job
If you find yourself mumbling “I’m sorry” more times than you’d like to admit, you’re not alone. Many of us are serial workplace apologisers, pulling out the “sorries” to fill silences, ease social tension or make constructive criticism go away faster.
Revealed: The routines of successful people
Have you ever wished you could peer inside the daily schedule of, say Oprah Winfrey? How about Barack and Michelle Obama? Or Elon Musk? We’ve done the hard work for you. Here’s what you can learn from their daily routines.