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  • 1. Educa&on  To  Employment  Autumn  2013    Giving  ARTS  graduates  an  edge  when  they  leave  university  and  develop  their  careers.    Chris  Gilbey  OAM  
  • 2. What  happens?  WHEN  PEOPLE  WHO  CAN’T  THINK,  ARE  GIVEN  JOBS  THEY  CAN’T  DO?  
  • 3. It  can  never  happen  to  you,  right?    WHY  ARE  YOU  SO  DIFFERENT?    
  • 4. A6er  all,  you  have  an  educa9on!  
  • 5. Unemployed  Teacher  in  UK  
  • 6. Graduate  In  USA  
  • 7. In  the  UK:      •  On  24th  July  2011  The  Daily  Telegraph   reported:     –  “Official  figures  published  today  showed  20  per   cent  of  ex-­‐students  were  without  work  in  the   third  quarter  of  2010     –  It  also  emerged  that  graduate  unemployment   increased  faster  than  the  jobless  rate  among  the   UK  as  a  whole.     –  Figures  suggested  more  than  45  students  would   be  applying  for  each  graduate  job  in  2011.”  
  • 8. There  Is  A  Reason  
  • 9. Here’s  where  it  leads…  
  • 10. It  Impacts  You:  
  • 11. In  Australia:    •  May  2012  ABS  figures  stated:     –  The  number  of  persons  looking  for  full-­‐9me  work   increased  6,500  (1.5%)  to  430,000  and   –  The  number  of  persons  looking  for  part-­‐9me  work   increased  15,900  (9.0%)  to  192,800.       –  The  unemployment  rate  increased  0.2  pts  to  5.1%.  The   male  unemployment  rate  was  steady  at  4.8%  and  the   female  unemployment  rate  increased  0.3  pts  to  5.5%.     –  The  par9cipa9on  rate  increased  0.3  pts  to  65.5%.     –  Aggregate  monthly  hours  worked  decreased  4.7  million   hours  to  1,627.2  million  hours.  
  • 12. Meanwhile  In  China  
  • 13. During  my  life  I  have  learned  a  few   lessons.  Here  are  two…  
  • 14. #1  
  • 15. Your  future  is  in  your  hands.  No   one  else  is  responsible.  
  • 16. #2  
  • 17. You  need  to  get  started  on  crea9ng  that  future  yesterday!  
  • 18. What  you  will  do  in  this  course  
  • 19. Think:  
  • 20. University  grading  is  analogue  
  • 21. The  real  world  is  digital:  No  grades  –  just  a  binary  decision!  
  • 22. First  impressions  are  best  impressions  How  do  you  communicate  the   Do  you  understand  what  your  best  “you”  you  can?   target  employer  needs?  •  Personal  branding   •  Where  do  you  want  to  •  Your  UVP   work?  •  Selling  yourself   •  What  research  have  you  •  Perfec9on   done  on  the  industry  as  a   whole?  •  The  Cover  Lener   •  What  do  they  really  need?    •  The  CV   •  How  do  they  hire  people?    •  LinkedIn   •  What  are  their  networks?    •  Other  social  sites   …and  you  only  have  one  opportunity   to  make  a  first  impression  
  • 23. Learn  How  To  Build  A  Bridge  From  Learning   Into  Employment  
  • 24. By  Star9ng  At  Both  Ends  Simultaneously  
  • 25. Remember  what  happens  when  you   don’t  know  what  you  are  doing.    
  • 26. You  need  to  learn  to  think  like  your   customer.  Understand  how  they  make  decisions  and  give  them  what  they  want.    

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