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* Choosing A Career

3. Past Experiences

Could any of your past experiences be useful to you when thinking about your career, or when drawing up your resume?

How could they be useful?

List any significant past experiences you have had that may be useful.

Some of the past experiences which you might be thinking about could include the things listed below. Tick any which relate to you. On paper, write down any further details if you think it necessary.
Travel overseas
Travel around Australia
Competitions entered and/or won
Schools attended
Family problems
Places lived in
Sexual experiences
Involvement in community service work
Civil Defence
(bushfire fighting, first aid, etc.)
Member of club or committee
Organising a social activity
Growing up as part of a migrant group
Religious involvement
Police record
Casual jobs

Which of these would a potential employer find of value in thinking about your suitability for a position?

Are there any other past experiences you have had which could help you when looking for jobs?
If so, write them down.

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