Recognising personal achievements that don’t directly align with your future career can seem pointless. But pitched in the right way, they can open doors.
Sometimes the path well-trodden isn’t the only – or best – way to reach your goal. These unlikely career changes into medicine prove that.
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When considering a career change, a great way to gain insights into your new industry is through a mentor. This is how to find one.
If your passion is in delving into the inner workings of the human mind, you might be looking to become a psychologist. Here’s how to start your journey.
When it comes to gender diversity in the workforce, men working in female-dominated industries is a topic often overlooked. So what’s it like for them?
You don’t always have to take the path most trodden to step into a successful career. Three Deakin graduates explain how research led them to medicine.
If you’re passionate about animal welfare and rights, you’re probably already an activist in the area. But have you considered turning it into a career?
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