Links to career information, including training and and resume writing.
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My Career Match
My Career Match is the a free career profile service that helps you discover the perfect career.
It equips you with self knowledge about your strengths and personality style, the qualities you would bring to the job and ‘must know’ information about how to write a winning resume.
You will need to be a member of Whangarei Libraries to access this website, using your library card number to login. Or visit any Whangrei Libraries branch.
My Career Match
For help to make decisions about work and training in New Zealand
Careers New Zealand
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