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How to become a Baker

How to become a Baker

Bakers use their skills and knowledge to produce a wide variety of baked goods, both sweet and savory. They oversee the creation of food from every stage, from the initial measuring and mixing of ingredients to taking them out of the oven for final touches and finishes. If you love food, are an early bird, …

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How to become a Journalist

How to become a Journalist

Journalists write, edit and report news stories and broadcasts across a wide variety of mediums, including print, television, and radio. They may also create articles and features for magazines, newspapers, blogs, and more. If you’re a fantastic communicator, have a way with words, and are determined and hard-working, becoming a Journalist could be perfect for …

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How to become a Train Driver

How to become a Train Driver

Train Drivers are responsible for driving and operating trains. There are many different kinds of trains you could drive, such as passenger trains, freight trains, trams, locomotives, and more. Your duties and working hours will also vary depending on the type of train you drive. If you want a job that could let you see …

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How to become a Teacher

Teachers are responsible for educating students at various different levels of development. Teachers can work at early childhood, primary or secondary level. Not just responsible for academic growth, Teachers also help children to grow socially, emotionally, and mentally. If you are patient and resilient, have excellent communication skills, and want to make a difference in …

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marine biologist

How to become a Marine Biologist

Marine Biologists study all different kinds of marine life, both in their natural habitats and in captivity. They learn about their habitats, behaviour, anatomy, and any diseases and environmental factors that might impact them. They then record this knowledge and use it to develop conservation programs and provide advice and guidance to industry. If you …

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Computational Biologist

How to become a Computational Biologist

Computational Biology is a combination of mathematics, statistics, computer science, and biology. Computational Biologists are responsible for gathering data, then using this data to create models to interpret biological phenomena. They can use this data for a number of purposes; to find patterns and trends, understand how things evolve and change, and even cure diseases. …

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How to become a Pharmacist

How to become a Pharmacist

A Pharmacist’s job is to prep and provide over-the-counter drugs and fill prescriptions, provide advice about the best medications and treatments for minor ailments, as well as how to safely take medicines. If you pay attention to detail, have great communication skills and a caring personality, this could be an excellent career to consider.   …

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How to become a Makeup Artist

How to become a Makeup Artist

Makeup Artists use their skills and knowledge of beauty products to select and apply makeup and other cosmetics to people. They can work with people needing makeup for a wide variety of reasons, including for events such as weddings, actors working in film and on stage, or as specialists in a cosmetics store. If you …

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How to become a Public Relations Officer

How to become a Public Relations Officer

Public Relations Officers use their communication skills to build relationships between businesses and organisations and the public. They implement marketing strategies that help people understand what businesses and organisations do and sell, and help maintain a business or organisation’s good reputation. If you’re a skilled communicator, confident with public speaking, and want a job that …

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How to become an Agronomist

How to become an Agronomist

Agronomists advise farmers, industry partners and government on all aspects of farming and agriculture. They conduct research and use the findings to help improve farm production and control problems such as disease and pests. Agronomists may also help implement the latest technology on farms to boost sustainability and productivity. If you love the outdoors and …

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How to become a Receptionist

How to become a Receptionist

Receptionists are the first point of contact in a business and receive and welcome visitors, helping people with questions and requests. They assist other staff by performing administrative and other office duties, such as answering phones and data processing. If you are polite and outgoing, can multitask and have great time management skills, and want …

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How to become a Tiler

How to become a Tiler

Tilers fit and lay tiles onto floors, walls and other surfaces in homes and other structures. They work with many different materials, including ceramic, marble, glass, slate, and more. They also prepare surfaces to be ready to install new tiles. If you like working with your hands, are fit and healthy, and have a bit …

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How to become a Brewer

How to become a Brewer

Brewers create, produce and test beers and other alcoholic drinks. They can work in large-scale industrial breweries or small, boutique micro-breweries. They are in charge of selecting the ingredients for a drink, mixing and brewing them correctly, and testing the product before it goes out to the public. If you are patient, have an interest …

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How to become a Firefighter

How to become a Firefighter

Firefighters respond to emergency calls for a variety of disasters, including fires, chemical spills, gas leaks, rescue missions, and accidents. Their main job is to protect lives and property. They may also help by spreading awareness and education to the wider community about fire safety. If you can work well under extreme pressure, are fit …

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Biology

Research the living world including plants, animals, even microbes, and your work could be part of finding medical cures, protecting biodiversity, or understanding our planet. You could start with a diploma or degree in biological science, then specialise down the track.

Physics

Physicists aim to solve questions about the structures and functions of matter in our universe. You could work in astronomy, environmental physics, work with advanced materials, or even build the supercomputers of the future. You generally need a university qualification to work in physics, but there are some diplomas which you could use as a …

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ADF

Enjoy an exciting career with the defence forces. You’ll need to have finished Year 10 and meet their other entry criteria, and to become an officer you will need to meet additional requirements and may need a university degree.

Agriculture and Aquaculture

You won’t need any qualifications to begin work as a farm hand, but if you’d like to specialise or gain access to more advanced roles then you’ll need a VET or university level qualification.

Trades

Trades include carpentry, plumbing, automotive, masonry, and construction among others. You’ll generally be able to start with an apprenticeship, but if you can’t find one you can study a trade through a VET provider or TAFE.

Retail and Shopping

Serve customers, manage shops, or plan retail strategies with a career in this field. You won’t need any qualifications to get started, but learning about management and sales could help you improve your career prospects.

Administration

Help organisations run smoothly and be responsible for managing day to day operations. You can learn on the job, start with a traineeship, or study business and administration at university.

Music

While many roles will require industry-specific music knowledge (such as the ability to play your instrument) you may not need formal qualifications. A diploma or degree could help your career, and you’ll need formal qualifications to teach or work as a music therapist.

Art

Create, curator, teach, or sell art. Some roles, such as school art teacher or gallery curator, require formal qualifications, and you may find that a VET course or university degree in fine art helps bring in more work.

Aviation

To become a pilot you’ll need to go through flight training, and could also study aviation at university. You could also work as a technician, in air traffic control, or as a flight steward, all of which require specialised training.

Transport

While there are some high-level roles in the transport industry, there are also many entry-level roles. You may need to gain a specific driving licence, and could upskill with a logistics course.

How to become a Curator

How to become a Curator

Curators are responsible for the collections in Museums, Art Galleries, or other cultural and research institutions. In this job you could be finding and buying new items, cleaning artefacts, finding ways to preserve exhibits, as well as creating displays the most innovative, fun, appealing and educational ways possible for the public. Are you passionate about …

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How to become a Cleaner

How to become a Cleaner

Cleaners perform different functions that keep a variety of environments dust, dirt, and germ free depending on what’s required. If you’re good at managing your time, punctual and trustworthy, looking for a career where you’re on the go all the time and able to work on your own or as part of a team, becoming …

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How to become a Picker and Packer

How to become a Picker and Packer

Pickers and Packers (also known as Pick Packers) generally work in warehouse environments for retail, logistics, wholesale or manufacturing. They pull merchandise from shelves and prepare items for shipping. If you’re organised, physically fit, and interested in a career that’s face paced and will keep you active, then working as a Picker and Packer could …

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How to become a Salesperson

How to become a Salesperson

Vital for the growth of organisations, Salespeople increase revenue, help to drive and build brand reputation, develop strong long-term customer relationships, increase client loyalty and satisfaction. They are often trusted advisors as they have close connections to customers and can find out what they like or need or where services and products are failing. As …

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How to become an Administrator

How to become an Administrator

Administrators are the work-horses providing essential support to teams or individuals in business environments. It’s a role that’s vital to the success and smooth-running of organisations. Traditional duties may include fielding phone calls, receiving and directing visitors, word processing, creating spreadsheets and presentations, scheduling, bookkeeping, organising travel and filing. There are many more responsibilities you could …

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How to become a Call Centre Agent

Call Centre Agents (also known a Call Centre Operators and Call Centre Representatives) both receive and make phone calls and enquiries on behalf of a business or service. Inbound Call Centre Agents deal with customer calls being made to a business about their products and services. Outbound Call Centre Agents contact consumers and prospective clients …

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How to become a Dog Groomer

Dog Groomers care for dogs of all ages, shapes and sizes. They are responsible for washing, clipping, grooming and styling their fur, as well as cleaning and clipping their claws, helping them live comfortably and look fabulous. If you’re great with human and canine customers, have a steady hand and lots of patience, this career …

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How to become a Tattooist

Tattooing is an art that has been practised going back centuries. Tattooists or Tattoo Artists are the creators who may design and then apply the permanent markings or modifications to their customers bodies. If you’re artistic with a steady hand and strong stomach, a career as a tattoo artist could be for you.   About …

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How to become a DJ

Disc Jockeys, also known as DJs, are artists who play and mix exciting music to live audiences in all kinds of situations and events. They most commonly work in nightclubs, concerts, festivals, weddings, parties, and on the radio. If you work in a radio setting, you’d also have to deliver commentary, do interviews, and ensure …

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How to become a Professional Dancer

Professional Dancers are people who have made dance into a living, being paid to either perform, advise or teach others. Career outcomes within dance can be split into three areas, including performing, teaching, and roles within the arts and associated organisations. If you’re physically fit and you have a passion for and background in dance, …

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How to become a Politician

Politics is both an art and science that focuses on people. Politicians and politics are at play in nearly every career and life scenario to some extent. Our daily lives are dictated by rules and laws designed to benefit individuals and develop and maintain flourishing communities and countries. It’s an industry that can be incredibly …

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How to become an Air Traffic Controller (ATC)

Responsible for keeping aircrafts, flight crews, and airline passengers safe, Air Traffic Controllers work from control towers, approach control facilities, or route centres. They instruct aircraft when to safely take off or land. Coordinate air traffic patterns to maintain safe distances from other aircraft. Monitor all aircraft to ensure they are in the right place …

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How to become a Hairdresser

How to become a Hairdresser

Hairdressers cut or style hair in order to change or maintain a person’s image. This is achieved using a combination of hair colouring, haircutting, and hair texturing techniques. If you like people and get a buzz from helping them look and feel better about themselves, you’ve lots of physical stamina, and you’re creative with great …

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