Feedback invited on premier jobs publication

Australian Jobs publication artwork - graphic of the map of Australia, colourful segments

We’re seeking reader input on how to make the ‘Australian Jobs’ publication an even better resource

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'Australian Jobs', one of Australia’s foremost jobs publications, is collecting feedback to make the next edition better.

Each year, 'Australian Jobs' is widely distributed across the country. A class set of 25 copies is provided to every secondary school, and circulated to employment service providers, industry associations, tertiary institutes and government agencies.

Providing an overview of labour market trends, the publication seeks to meets the needs of a wide range of people, including students exploring the world of work and considering future career paths, career advisers who require information about skills and training, job seekers, retrenched workers and people assisting others into employment.

This year, the Department of Jobs and Small Business is asking for feedback to measure how well the publication is meeting the needs of its readers. The department also wants to know what content is important to readers, how they like to receive this information and what else they would like to see covered in the 2019 edition.

'Australian Jobs' is always in demand and well received, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be improved.

The department invites students, career advisers, parents, educators, employment service providers and anyone interested to take part in this short online survey.

For enquiries about 'Australian Jobs', email

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