|PARENTS & GUARDIANS|
|Career Conversation Tips|
|Career Planning Myths & Realities|
The world of work that your children will experience is going to be different from what we know and almost nothing like the jobs our parents and grandparents had. They will have many opportunities to learn skills for the 21st century workplace while they study. Those opportunities include:
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While courses teach students information and skills to prepare them for their field of study, they need more to succeed than the subjects they are taught in their courses. Today’s employers are expecting graduates to have also gained work-related experiences during their time at university.
Encourage your student to consider on and off campus opportunities to gain exposure to a working environment, to start to put their academic studies into practice, and to try out areas of interest for their careers.