myfuture is Australia’s National Career Information Service, managed by Education Services Australia (ESA). This government-funded resource is designed for use by students, teachers, career practitioners, parents and carers.
myfuture offers unbiased career information that assists with career planning, career pathways and work transitions by providing information for students’ career development and additional resources for those who support or influence career choices. Featuring information and resources developed by career experts and professionals, myfuture’s theoretical underpinning is inspired by the DOTS model of career education (Law and Watts, 1977). This framework includes four components that are fundamental to career education: Self-awareness, Opportunity awareness, Decision learning and Transition learning.
myfuture utilises current data sources from:
My career profile (login)
Complete evidence-based activities to identify interests, values and skills, then view suggested occupations to explore career pathways.
Explore 358 occupation profiles describing tasks, skill level and current labour market information.
Search over 15,000 current higher education and vocational education and training (VET) courses.
Find out what career pathways are related to the school learning areas.
Discover information about topics such as work experience, apprenticeships, writing resumes, applying for jobs.
Read real-life stories about individuals’ transitions from school into study and the workforce.
Access information and employment prospects for each industry.
Encourage young people to explore career pathways.
Support children to learn about the world of work.
myfuture account (login)
Enter your contact information, career details and register to receive career newsletters.
myfuture first launched in 2002 as a ‘one stop shop’ for career and employment information in Australia. Since then, it has continually developed according to contemporary career development theory and research to guarantee its relevance in an ever-changing world of work.