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Analytics is a field of computer science that uses data and math to answer business questions, discover relationships, predict unknown outcomes and automate decisions.
Banking, Insurance & Finance are all part of the financial sector. This industry involves understanding money and using it for various things including investing, borrowing, or insuring.
The Property and Real Estate industry deals with the buying, selling, leasing and management of residential and commercial properties.
There’s so many more careers than ‘doctor’ or ‘nurse’, in the Health and Medical Industry, but all work towards improving people’s health in diagnostic, rehabilitation, healing and preventive services.
The Science, Technology and Environment industry is broad. What connects the roles within it is that they advance knowledge through research and development.
The Hospitality and Tourism industry revolves around serving people in places like cafes, hotels and restaurants; or through activities that meet leisure or recreational needs.
The Construction industry is focused on the construction, demolition, renovation, maintenance or repair of building and infrastructure.
Manufacturing is defined as the creation of a product – and if you work in Manufacturing you’re making something from raw materials, as opposed to providing a service.
The Social Work and Community Services Industry supports people to improve well-being by addressing social needs, as opposed to health or medical needs.
Jobs in the Education, Training and Childcare industries involve teaching children and/or adults, in schools, daycare centres, universities or training centres.
The Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry is part of the retail sector and deals with food, beverages, toiletries, and more – stuff that sells fast, in places like supermarkets or chemists.
Jobs in Customer Service and Retail are about understanding customer needs, and supporting customers by answering questions, dealing with complaints, and providing helpful information.
The Mining and Energy industry extracts and transforms natural resources into energy sources and the materials needed for manufacturing.
Government jobs, including working in Emergency Services and Defence, involve serving Australia and its people – there’s a broad range of roles via which to do this.
Sport and Recreation plays a huge role in improving the health and wellbeing of Australians through a focus on the physical body.
Lawyer and Management Consultant are two common jobs in the Professional Services industry. While these roles are very different, they’re connected by being a service requiring specialised knowledge and skill that’s usually of an intellectual nature.
The Trade and Maintenance industry is a service industry. People working within it do hands-on jobs to make, build, or fix something.
Jobs that involve working with animals, plants, or on farms are part of the Agriculture & Horticulture industry. Agriculture involves taking care of animals, managing farms and the science of growing crops. Horticulture involves managing gardens.
The Transport and Logistics industry deals with the movement of goods from one place to another via air, rail, road and sea, and making it happen efficiently.
There’s lots of Engineering pathways – civil engineering, chemical, and electrical to name a few. Engineers design and build structures or systems including buildings, bridges, tunnels, machines, and roads using scientific principles.
A design is a plan or specification. Architecture deals with the design of buildings, whereas ‘Design’ is much broader, encompassing products, textiles, fashion, web design, and more.
Roles in IT (Information Technology) are incredibly varied, but all have one thing in common – working with, and having a great understanding of, computers.
Quite broad in scope, the Editorial, Media and Creative Arts industry has its heart in communication – the industry provides the public with information, art, and entertainment through many mediums of delivery.