Connecting you to Work in Central Queensland

Useful Websites

The following websites have lots of information to assist you in finding and applying for jobs, courses, further education and more.

If you’re career planning, re-skilling or deciding on where to go next, use these pages as a starting point in your research about the job and career options waiting for you to find your next big opportunity.

Websites about you and what career might suit you:


Find out about the careers that might suit you. Visit MyFuture

Job Jumpstart

Another website to help you learn about which jobs might suit you, careers and post school options. Visit Job Jumpstart

My Big Tommorow

A website designed to help young people realise life choices and discover dream careers. Visit My Big Tomorrow


Take a test to find out which job and career options appeal to you. Find out information about jobs and careers. Visit SkillsRoad

Websites about career pathways


A great site with all sorts of information on Apprenticeships and Traineeships. Visit MIGAS

Australian Apprenticeships

Quick and easy access to information regarding Australian Apprenticeships including programs, incentives for employers, support and advice. Visit Australian Apprenticeships

The Good Universities Guide

Search for information on different jobs and careers, courses all over Australia and find Scholarships at different universities. Visit The Good Universities Guide

Labour Market Information Portal

Find out current information, data and statistics about where the jobs are, what the skill shortage areas are and much more. Visit Labour Market Information Portal

Job Outlook

More information about jobs and the labour market - everything about jobs and industries, future demand and average incomes. Visit Job Outlook

Websites about managing your money

Money Smart

The MoneySmart website was created to help you take steps to improve your personal finances. The online tools allow you to be better informed when making financial decisions. Visit Money Smart

Tax, Super and You

If you’re new to tax and superannuation, this website is a learning tool to help you find out more. Visit Tax, Super and You

Websites about helping you stay safe in the workplace

Work Safe

Information about health and safety in the workplace including your rights and responsibilities. Visit Work Safe

Websites about job searches

Work in Central Queensland connects local residents with jobs in the broader Central Queensland region. Register for free on this website to keep up to date with the latest jobs, training and courses and industry news.

Tips for online searches:

  • Check the date – older job ads are likely to be filled
  • Check the location – can you get to the workplace?
  • Read the job description – do you know what the job involves and do you have relevant experience?

Tips for offline searches:

  • Up to 70% of job vacancies aren’t advertised
  • Networking – family, friends, volunteers you work with may know someone with a vacancy
  • Cold calling – make contact with a business that hasn’t advertised a job and introduce yourself by phone, in person or by email.

As well as the information you’ll find here at the Work in Central Queensland Resource Hub on finding employment, the Queensland Government and Australian Government also have helpful websites:

Websites for employment support agencies

Community Solutions

Get support on your way to employment from Community Solutions with information about different programs that are available to assist you. Visit Community Solutions

Have you been made redundant?

Retrenched workers who would like information about the support available to them can call the Employment Services Information Line:
Phone: 13 62 68
Find out more: