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Recruitment in Adelaide is not easy especially for graduates wanting to enter the workforce. Graduates should always Start Early - many graduate employers and those in recruitment in Adelaide advise that graduates should start the process in the FIRST TERM. By visiting university's Careers Centres, getting registered on the graduate jobs database such as www.bemyboss.com.au and learn how to participate in graduate recruitment programs. Graduates should also check the careers website for recruitment in Adelaide and any jobs bulletins often to keep up-to-date on the latest employer information sessions, Careers Fairs and job-search workshops or visit www.bemyboss.com.au and post their job profiles and let the employers find them for graduate positions.

Graduates should Identify Career Paths - find out where graduates in their major subject area have become employed. Visit the Careers Office to look at graduate destination reports or find areas online for recruitment in Adelaide. Graduates should Identify their Skills, Values and Interests - find some self-assessment tools are available to help them learn more about themselves, for example Your Career and You or Career Quest all available online that help many graduates entering the recruitment market in Adelaide.

The Growth Corridors Report from Bankwest has highlighted the two regions, East Metropolitan Perth (13%) and the Lower Western Region (10%) as having the strongest employment growth since 2007.  Which means good news for recruitment in Perth and jobseekers can feel comfortable when trying to find work in Perth.

The report has also highlighted that recruitment in Perth has suffered, most importantly being the mining sector which has continued to experience heavy falls in employment growth over the past eight months.  This is worrying for recruitment in Perth which depends highly on the mining sector for jobs.  The cold spots for recruitment in Perth, meaning the areas with the highest falls in employment were North, West and Central Western Australia (-12%).

However their was some good news, the areas that could give recruitment in Perth a boast were 28% of  the local areas in Western Australia that have more than 50% of total employment in one industry followed by Northern Territory with 18% and the ACT with 15%.

Areas with the highest concentration by industry in Western Australia that helped sustain recruitment in Perth were as follows:

  • Nedlands where 51.5% of total employment is in healthcare
  • Peppermint Grove where 38.7% of total employment is in education
  • Kent where 73.3% of total employment is in agriculture
  • Yalgoo where 73/3 % of total employment is in mining
  • Ngaanyatjarraku where 46.3 of total employment is government sector
  • Mandurah where 27.3% of all employment is in retail trade

It is also important to note that mining growth in Pilbara in Western Australia assisted the growth of recruitment in Perth.
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