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Looking for work is never an easy thing. Whether you're looking for casual or full-time employment in retail or showbiz, you can find something useful at the following links.
Most of these sites even allow you to promote yourself on the internet.

NTG Jobs - If you fancy working for the NT Government.

Careerjet - provides job seekers access to a huge selection of jobs sourced from various internet sites.

Defence Force Recruitment - If you are after a job in the defence force, this is the place to go.

My Future - This is a collection of resources, provided by the Commonwealth Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, to assist career exploration and decision-making, job search preparation, and career-related education and training. This collection is organised in a number of sections, to provide access to career guides, occupations' information, career education in schools, colleges and universities, professional resources and more.

Youth Job Portal - The Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations have created this employment portal specifically aimed at young people. The site includes the JobSearch search engine and links to mycareer.

Job Guide - Career planning for young people aged 15 to 20 years, primarily school leavers and people registered with centrelink.

Career One - To help you find the job for you, Career One offers 'Resume Builder'. Resume Builder helps you compile and design your resume online, in a format that suits you. Best of all, you can access and update it anytime!

Locanto Jobs Classifieds Australia - Locanto is a free classifieds site where people can browse, find, and post jobs in any city. People can also post their resume or CV on Locanto to be found by local employers.

Department of Human Services - Information on benefits available to young people.

Work Site - Information regarding student’s rights at work and tips to apply for a job.

Seek - This site has a Virtual Interviewer that will shape up for that important job interview as well as on-line career coaching and job searches. Worth checking out.

Starting your own business?

Deciding to be your own boss is a big step. It is riskier than being an employee but the benefits can potentially be more rewarding too. Boost your chances of success by checking out these web sites.

The Enterprise Network for Young Australians (ENYA) - has set up this great website to provide young entrepreneurs with access to advice and support in setting up and running a business. Check it out for information and inspiration!

Commonwealth Business Website - Click on “Starting a Business” to find grants and courses available.

Idea Cafe - An incredible source of business information and advice, written in simple to understand terms. Helpful advice on financing, marketing and human resources.
Inc Com - Great reading for business owners. This website has tools to help you in every area of your business.

The Entrepreneur Magazine - website features inspiring and informative articles about real-life entrepreneurs who started small but made it big.

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