INDUSTRIES

I did a business degree, but don’t know what I can actually DO

How to find which business ‘shoe’ fits

Working from home: Quitting a corporate, freelancing, then failing at it

It feels like it must have been a let down…

Snagging Six Figures: From earning $48,500 at $85,000 in 4 years.

I decided to write this article because I really think there is value in quitting your job to get a pay rise.  I would take the value of a new experience seriously. It could open a lot of doors.

Q&A Tour of a Year 3 Classroom

The first “prac” you have in a classroom is the real beginning of you as…

Q&A on Studying Animation

How do get into the industry?

Inside Biomedical Engineering and Working at a Medical Device Company

I really liked working with people and learning about consumers, but I also really liked the human body.

From Civil Engineering to Entrepreneurship: Starting a Business at Uni

Are you considering engineering and/or starting your own business?

If you are considering psychology, STOP and READ this

Here’s the recipe for becoming a psychologist

What is an Elite Athlete Program

I think that as a professional athlete you only have a certain window to be able to compete at high levels. But it’s also a risk to put studying on hold to do it. So this allows you to do both.

Q&A With an Early Childhood and Primary Education Student

How to pick which speciality is right for you.

Q&A with 2 Students Studying A Bachelor of Criminal Justice

Where can you work after?

Inside Nuclear Medicine (It’s Not Radiography)

You could be doing cardiovascular imaging, which is the imaging of the heart and blood vessels.

Networking advice from a Big 4 Partner (which is valuable in EVERY industry)

First, stop thinking that everyone you meet is someone you can get a job out of. If you’re too desperate, you’re not a very attractive person to network with.

Climbing the ladder: Career Advice from Camilla’s Digital Marketing Manager

Most interns and grads we had at CAMILLA were already socially active and digitally savvy, so my advice is to understand how these mediums can be translated for commercial use, using these technologies to develop and grow a brand.

UX/UI design is one of the most popular jobs these days, but what is it?

Seven ways to go from amateur to less-amateur without design school.

Career Ladder: TV Publicist shares her resume from 18YO – 34YO

View her resume right from high school…

Inside a Bachelor of 3D Art and Animation

Inside animation.

Inside clerkships and law at UTS
Clerkships are painted as the ultimate stepping stone into a career as a lawyer. Many…