If you need help planning your future career, or you’re looking for a change, the Job Outlook website can help you find the careers that suit your skills and interests, and identify growth industries in need of people like you.
Job Outlook has useful information on more than 1000 different types of jobs, including job tasks, required skills, future prospects, and pay. This is a free resource that can support you at any age or stage of your working life to move into or between jobs.
The popular Job Outlook Career Quiz helps you to understand your work preferences and explore career options suited to your interests. The Career Quiz is quick and easy to complete and is a great source of inspiration for what to do for work.
Skills Match on Job Outlook helps you to identify the skills you have built in past jobs, and suggests new jobs or careers you might be able to move into that use your skills. This is a great resource to help build a resume and provides language around skills that can be used in discussions with employers. Skills Match also shows the training or skills you might need to build on to move into a new career.
The Explore Australia feature shows the largest employing jobs at a regional level, changes in local job opportunities over time, and the skills commonly sought after by local employers. Explore Australia can be used to better understand the jobs and skills in demand in your local area.
Who uses Job Outlook?
Job Outlook helps many different people find the right career for them.
The main users of Job Outlook are students and recent graduates, job seekers, and workers considering options for their next step. It is also used widely by careers advisors in various settings and the network supporting people exploring their career options, like parents, friends or trusted advisors.
If you need help in your job search, or want a change, visit Job Outlook and:
- explore your career options
- learn about job tasks, prospects and pay
- discover which skills are in demand
- find careers that suit your work style and interests
- help someone decide what to do for work, study or training
- learn more about your skills and discover the jobs you could do with your work experience
For more information, visit the Job Outlook website.