The Australian Government monitors the help that people receive from employment services to make sure that job seekers are getting the best services possible.
The Job Seeker Survey invites selected participants to share information on what they think about the help they have received to help the Government plan and improve its employment services, and better understand the experiences of the people who use them.
Complete the survey
You need to receive an invitation to take part in this survey. If you have received an email or letter about the Job Seeker Survey, go to the survey page to complete the survey online.
Help logging in
Your login details should be in the email or letter you received about this survey.
Help to log into the survey is available if you experience any difficulties. More information about logging in is available in the Job Seeker Survey frequently asked questions fact sheet, or you can call 13 62 68 or email email@example.com if you cannot complete the survey online.
Your personal information, including your responses to the survey questions and any additional information you provide, is protected by law, including the Privacy Act 1988.
The department may disclose some or all of your survey information to the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet or to the Department of Social Services to plan, deliver and improve the assistance offered through employment programmes.
Completing this survey is optional, with no consequences if you choose not to participate. If you do not want to be contacted for any future Job Seeker Surveys, you can ‘opt out’ by calling 13 62 68 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want more information?
- Read the Job Seeker Survey frequently asked questions fact sheet
- If you have any access issues, questions or comments about the Job Seeker Survey you can call on 13 62 68 or email email@example.com.
For more information or questions about the assistance you have received from your employment services provider, please call 13 62 68.