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These are the winning sites to find dream fashion jobs in Australia

Information verified correct on December 8th, 2016

Looking for a change of career? Need some inspo? Welcome to our comprehensive guide to finding your next dream gig in Australia.

Adulting can be tricky at the best of times when things aren't going as planned; making sure you're bring a legend friend, navigating heartbreak, dealing with nightmare roommates.. Plus everything else; Parents! Diet! Exercise!... The real kicker is when you're stuck in a job churning out 8 hours of hell every day and it just straight up sucks, most of us have probably been there-done that at some point over the last 10 years.. And it's like all of the feels, all of the time.

Sound all too familiar? Don't worry, we get it. Read on to find out the best in the business when it comes to career stuff; sites dedicated to helping you find your dream fashion job in Australia. Sort your resume and get cracking on a career change.

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~ These are the best sites to find dream fashion jobs in Australia ~

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The Dream Job 

A site that's new on the scene having only popped up a year ago, The Dream Job is a mixed bag of lollies packed full of handy hints and other stuff that will help you out - whether you're on the lookout for something new to sink your teeth into or not. You'll find inspirational interviews with people in the industry who are killing it, career advice from the pro's, a bunch of resources to help you land your dream job and listings for mega cool roles 'Straya wide.

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Who In The Zoo

A specialty recruitment site designed to look for candidates in the creative and fashion space, Who In The Zoo works with leading fashion brands in Australia as well as independent labels, retailers and suppliers. Once yu'

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Pedestrian.TV

If you're a twenty something millennial up to date with the interwebz, chances are high you're already well in the loop. Pedestrian.TV (or Pez for short) is one of those youth culture bible websites you read religiously day in-day out for news and general LOLs. The brand covers pretty much everything content wise plus a lengthy jobs listing space and their very own coaching section. Go forth and enjoy.

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Seek

One of the more popular sites to use for job seeking in Australia, Seek is a go-to for most industries. There are thousands of listings, literally, along with career advice and company reviews. But not only that, there are businesses for sale, volunteering opportunities and a hub called SeekLearning that offers you access to courses across all industries.

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FashionUnited 

FashionUnited is an independent international industry network buzzing with the latest in fashion news, career listings and calendar of fashion events round the world. The brand also offers a network allowing professionals in the fashion scene to connect with each other to chat and share ideas.

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Indeed

Another ye olde faithful site for job listings, Indeed is a go-to not only Down Under but around the globe. Heck, it claims to be #1 in the world boasting over 180 million unique visitors each month. With so many listings the best feature of Indeed is subscribing to daily alerts to stay on top of what's happening in your industry. Start your search with fashion as the key term and preferred location, E.G. click [here].

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The Loop

The Loop is Australia's largest site for people in the creative industries. You can create your own online portfolio (for free!) that allows you to be headhunted by potential employers, browse loads of job listings, find people to collaborate with on particular projects and stay in the loop with everyone else in the network.

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LinkedIn

Officially launching in 2003, LinkedIn is a social platform dedicated to connecting professionals around the world. To put it in perspective, it has over 433 million users in over 200 countries world-wide. When you sign up to LinkedIn you instantly gain access to job listings, news, insights and updates from the people within your network. You can set your preferences in the jobs tab, search through Google for LinkedIn fashion jobs or click [here]. The mission is: to connect the world's professionals to make them more productive and successful.

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~ More nifty resources ~

  • Payscale - A resource site that will help you research and compare average salaries to determine what you're worth.
  • Glassdoor - You can search for jobs here but the site is well known for its dedication to shedding light on the people doing it right, (read: company reviews) and the people you might need to think twice about working for.
  • Business Insider - Head to BI for a wealth of content around how to land your next gig; interview prep, what to do and what not to do, interesting interviews and all sorts of handy tips and tricks to #worklyf.

Job hunting starts here, your dream gig's awaiting!

Do you have a resource to add? Let us know in the comments. 

Doone Roisin

Doone Roisin is the social media butterfly and Fashion Editor at finder.com.au. She's an online shopping enthusiast ready to show you what to buy and how to wear it, the best sales around town and insider tips to make note of.

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