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Get all the best career advice in one place


Get all the best career advice in one place with CareerPathway.co.nz

February 4, 2014

If the career advice you got from someone wearing a homemade cardigan in the small office at the back of your high school didn’t exactly fill you with confidence, pop along to CareerPathway.co.nz and get yourself on the right track.

Rather than spend a lifetime googling career paths or what subjects to take, Career Pathway takes all the best information and delivers it to you in one exceptionally informative site. We also have a team of writers that produce New Zealand relevant career and study advice exclusive to the site.

If study isn’t your thing at the moment, Career Pathway also has information on the ever popular gap year. Head to a summer camp in the states, work in the UK, maybe even a ski season in Canada? There are loads of places you can go and get some valuable life and career experience at the same time.

Plus, like us on Facebook and you will be kept up to date with all the best career advice and study options.

Career Pathway is aimed at people aged 16 to 24, who are at school, uni or just starting in the work force. We have resources for those of you still in school to help choose a possible career and make sure you choose the right subjects to help you get into University. If you are already at Uni, Career Pathway will help guide your choices to ensure you get the most of your study. Plus, there’s loads of information for those of you out there attempting to land your first job.

CareerPathway.co.nz does exactly what it says, so make it the first step on your way to success. All the best advice and no sign of any homemade cardigans.

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