Career Guru Careers Have Changed Video Review4

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Relevant trends and statistics for careers in the 21st Century - Australia and global - 5 minutes. compiled by Helena Steel the Careerguru

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Career Guru Careers Have Changed Video Review4

  1. 1. Careers have changed...
  2. 2. Todays school leaver will have 10 to 14 jobs... by age 38
  3. 3. compared to 3 for most Baby boomers
  4. 4. One out of four workers...
  5. 5. ...is working for a company for whom they have been employed... ... for less than one year.
  6. 6. One out of two ... are working for a company for whom they have worked...
  7. 7. ...for less than 5 years.
  8. 8. The largest private employer in the US is... ... a temp agency .
  9. 9. In the UK alone... 70,000 people trade on e Bay as their full time occupation.
  10. 10. One in ten people in Australia work from home. ABS 2008
  11. 11. When the standard retirement age was set at 65 ...
  12. 12. ...life expectancy was 63 .
  13. 13. Retirement age seems to be escaping! Age pension will rise to 65 for women by 2013 Australia Federal Budget 2009
  14. 14. Age pension will rise to ……….. 67 by 2023 for both men and women Australia Federal Budget 2009
  15. 15. Today life expectancy for males is 74 and rising. For women 87 and rising.
  16. 16. We are experiencing……….. a baby boom in Australia right now!
  17. 17. 4.3 million babies….. the highest on record! Macquarie University
  18. 18. Many of today’s university courses didn’t exist 10 years ago.
  19. 19. New Media Organic Agriculture
  20. 20. Bio-technology Terrorism Studies
  21. 21. E-Business Nanotechnology
  22. 22. There is a high probability that the top 10 jobs in demand for 2018..
  23. 23. Don’t exist today.
  24. 24. So, we are currently preparing students for jobs that don’t yet exist ...
  25. 25. The older generation had to learn ... computers the internet
  26. 26. texting… myspace... blogging.. twittering!
  27. 27. The amount of new technical information is doubling ... every 14 months .
  28. 28. For students starting a 4 year technical degree half of what they learn will be outdated ...
  29. 29. ... half way through their course.
  30. 30. The highest job growth industries in Australia over the last 10 years were…….
  31. 31. ... construction property business services health & community service retail trade education ... DWEER Skills Info Report
  32. 32. ... The industries expected to provide the highest job growth over the next 5 years are……..
  33. 33. ... health & community services property & business retail trade & ……
  34. 34. ... construction green jobs – renewable energy baby products?
  35. 35. ... If you are male and tall ………….. you will get paid more! (ANU and University Syd)
  36. 36. on average study found…. $190.00 per annum for every 1 cm taller . (ANU and University Syd)
  37. 37. Not so for Women! (ANU and University Syd)
  38. 38. The No. of women in top positions in Australia has…. declined in the past two years .
  39. 39. 45 % of Aust Co’s have ……. No female managers
  40. 40. Women in Aust hold only……
  41. 41. …… ..8.3 % of board positions
  42. 42. Industry with largest female job growth last 10 years was….
  43. 43. health & community retail property & business construction
  44. 44. Current trend …….. more men are getting fired then women …
  45. 45. Current trend …….. more Women are getting hired then men …
  46. 46. Believe this is b/c industries doing well are those that employ women .. health community
  47. 47. & industries NOT doing well are those that employ men .. manufacturing real estate etc
  48. 48. A typical plumber in Australia currently earns...
  49. 49. ... $1500 a day
  50. 50. Plumbers jobs are not being outsourced to China or India!
  51. 51. Teachers in Australia still remain one of the...
  52. 52. ... lowest paid professional groups.
  53. 53. Trades people in mining and construction are still earning more than...
  54. 54. ...the average engineer and lawyer.
  55. 55. Despite the economic crisis…… unemployment is running around 5.8%
  56. 56. Expected to rise to…… 8.25% next year Aust.Federal Budget 2009
  57. 57. Australia has shown that business is booming for…. many Project Professionals……
  58. 58. alcohol and gaming… …… food industry movie industry ….. education
  59. 59. Plastic surgery - minimal less evasive beauty treatments ……. botox … lip pumps……
  60. 60. Defence Force needs 9,500 recruits Estimated that the sector will be …....
  61. 61. … lacking 12,000 trades people in a decade…. to grow to 10% in next 10 years.
  62. 62. Skill shortages still exist right now in ……….. hairdressing hospitality metal trades
  63. 63. Aged care is big business now! A huge growth industry.
  64. 64. Approx 7% of 65 year olds live in…. villages estimated to grow to 10% in a decade.
  65. 65. Current Massive shortage of…
  66. 66. GP’s…... trend towards Doctors becoming specialists instead!
  67. 67. Co’s showing current growth .. reject shop fitness first rental firms professional dev
  68. 68. Current Massive shortage of… ... surveyors across Aust.
  69. 69. Record number of Australians are…. working part-time. The ABS says that more than 3 million
  70. 70. So what is the answer then to all career change today?
  71. 71. 21 st Century Careers have changed…. because it is the 21 st Century !
  72. 72. The answer is to….
  73. 73. know yourself well….. Helena Steel – Career Guru
  74. 74. … .. and move with knowledge and insight towards the changes and trends ”. Helena Steel – Career Guru
  75. 75. ” Self concept and identity are crucial to career development” National President Aust. Careers Counselors Association
  76. 76. www.careerguru.com.au

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