Nationwide Survey – PwC’s Careers and Skills Pathways Research

The national PwC Careers and Skills Pathways Survey is now live!

Share your experience of accessing careers and skills pathways support outside of school, or helping others further their careers and navigate the world of work. Have your say and help the Australian Government improve the way Australians who have finished school are supported to upskill, reskill and get their careers off the ground.

Who do we want to hear from?
We are encouraging people from all around the country, across all industries and in all stages of their post-school life, to share their views on Australia’s careers and skills pathways support system.We especially want to hear from you if:
  • You have used – or thought about using – careers information, advice, or pathways support after leaving school. (For example, you have received help with writing a resume, submitting a job application, exploring different career options, or career planning, etc.)
  • You are a careers adviser – outside of the school system – or similar, and give careers advice, share information, or support others with career development and planning. (For example, you are a university or TAFE careers adviser, a careers practitioner in private practice, a recruiter or jobservice provider, etc.)
  • You give careers advice, information or support others with career development and planning – even if it isn’t your primary paid role. (For example, you are a volunteer mentor, a parent or family member, friend, a teacher or educator/instructor etc.)
  • You are a policy maker, government representative, industry representative, HR professional, learning or development manager or representative of employees, etc.

You don’t need to have detailed knowledge about the Australian jobs market or specific career pathways, just a strong opinion about how we could help Australians get the support they need to navigate the future world of work. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute your views to our Careers and Skills Pathways research, and help radically shape how individuals and organisations around the country use, access or deliver careers and skills pathways support, after school.

To access the survey, follow the link or click the button below before Friday 26 May 2017, midnight AEST.