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Episode 19: Cracking the Job Market – Tips to land your next role

April 27, 2021

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Episode 19: Cracking the Job Market- Tips to land your next role
In this episode
Of the more than four million Australians living with disability, just under half are of working age. But according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, people with disabilities are more likely to be unemployed than people without disabilities.
In this episode of Inform, we speak with Karla Fernee, the lead for the National Disability Recruitment coordinator, which is the employer engagement team at JobAccess. Karla has some great tips and advice for landing your next role.
National Disability Recruitment Coordinator
Australian Network on Disability or AND 
Disability Employment Services or DES

You can find a transcript of this episode here:
Inform Podcast Episode 19: Cracking the Job Market—tips to land your next role TranscriptDownload

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Host and producer: Kirby FenwickManaging editor: Alison Crowe
Our thanks to Karla Fernee and JobAccess.
This episode of Inform was recorded and produced on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulan nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present.

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