The future can be equal parts exciting and scary. There's decisions to make and a changing working world, and sometimes the uncertainty can get the better of you. We're here to tell you that you're not alone – there are heaps of things you can be doing to figure out what you want and to help you get there!
Skills for the future of work
How to make sure you're not just surviving, but thriving, as the work landscape changes.
Coping during coronavirus (COVID-19)
It's been a stressful time all around the world as we deal with coronavirus and the uncertainty it brings. Here are some resources to help you cope.
Quiz: Checking in with yourself
How are you dealing with the stresses of everyday life? Take this quiz to help you reflect and figure out what to do next.
What's Next: Being confident when the future is uncertain
We talked to Jason Ball about playing country footy, coming out, and being confident in yourself when you have no idea what’s around the corner
How to (mostly) stop worrying about the future of work
If you’re a young Australian you’ll either be studying for, trying to crack into, or just starting out in the workforce. Unfortunately, you are also a member of the generation for whom the future of work has never been more uncertain. Now more than ever, we need to talk about how young people are going to cope with this stressful new reality.
Decision making 101
Life is full of choices. Some are easy, such as what to have for dinner (cheeseburger thank you), and others, more serious, like, for instance, choosing a career.
How to manage anxiety and stress
It’s totally normal to feel stressed or anxious from time to time, but there’s lots of things you can do to feel a bit better. Learn how to deal with anxiety here.
What’s Next: Sticking up for yourself
We talked to Drisana Levitzke-Gray about networking, what it’s like being treated unfairly, and being confident in yourself anyway.
How to ace an interview – in person or online
On the job hunt but feeling uncertain about the interview process? Our handy tips will help you ace both in person and Zoom interviews.
What should I do with my life?
There are so many different ways to get where you want to go. Hear from some young people what they're doing with their lives, and how they're approaching the future.
Ways to chill for cheap
Looking after yourself doesn't have to be pricey... we've got some creative ways to chill for cheap.
What’s Next: When you need to take some twists and turns in life
We talked to Corey Tutt about finding yourself, recovering from a personal tragedy, and why it’s so important to ask questions in life.
Why Harrison chose to stay in his home town
Harrison tells us why he thinks the future is brighter than ever for Australians living outside of the big cities.
How to cope if you've lost your job
Losing your job can be tough, but there are lots of ways to feel a bit better.
Getting a job
We've rounded up the best of the web to help with your job search - from writing a resume and cover letter, getting trained up, to interviews.
5 steps to talking to someone you trust
The best way to deal with an issue is to talk to someone you trust. Here’s the step-by-step guide on how to talk to someone.
How to handle fear about the future: A guide for year 12 students
Knowing what to do after Year 12 can feel pretty stressful. Here are some tips for handling fear about the future.
7 tips for dealing with change
Dealing with change can sometimes be uncomfortable, stressful or even scary. Here are some things you can do to make coping with changes in your life a little easier.
How to choose a career path
If you don’t know what you want to do, choosing a career path can be a big deal.
How to deal with pressure from your parents
Read on for some practical tips on how to deal with high expectations from parents.
How to avoid feeling crap when you don't have a job
It's pretty common to feel crap when you don't have a job. Luckily, there are little things you can do to help you feel better.
Rebecca Hatch on charting her own path
Rebecca talks about how she navigates her music and career, and made her own path for what she wants.
5 ways to get your parents to really listen to you
Good communication with your parents or carers is key to having your life run smoothly. Here are some tips for getting your message across.