Working in NZ
Information about working in NZ
Working on a student visa
Working while you study in New Zealand is a great way to get job experience, make new friends, and help with living costs. Just make sure you follow the work conditions on your student visa and find the right balance between work, study and socialising.
Find a part time job
Do you want to get career experience, meet new people or learn about New Zealand workplace culture? Whatever your answer, here are a few things you can do to get that part time job!
Learn about your basic rights as an employee.
Getting paid and & tax
Learn about the different ways you might get paid, minimum wage and salary rules, and paying tax and tax rates when working on a student visa.
Problems at work
Find out how to get help with bullying and harassment in the workplace.
Don't wait till you finish your studies to start thinking about your career. Learn how to increase your chances of finding the job you want, whether you plan to work in New Zealand or move overseas after you graduate.
How Volunteering Can Boost Your Employability
Volunteering can be one of the most important things you do to help you find a job.
How volunteering helped me find a job
I would like to explain how I used the skills that I gained from volunteer jobs to hunt for part time work.
5 tips on how to balance a part-time job while studying
I’d like to share my own personal tips on how to balance a part-time job while study.
How I Got My First Part-Time Job in New Zealand
I’m going to tell you how this happened and how everything fell into place.
My Job Search Tips for International Students in New Zealand
International students often ask – how do I find a job while studying and when I graduate?
How to identify your job skills and abilities
No work experience? Don’t panic! Career development consultant says international students shouldn’t feel stressed if they start applying for jobs and realise they don’t have any work experience.
How to choose your referees
When you apply for a job in New Zealand, most employers are likely to ask for referees.
6 ways to network before you graduate
Have you heard of the hidden job market? It’s a phrase used to describe all the jobs that are filled without being advertised.
Work etiquette in New Zealand – will you fit in?
I am very fortunate that I got a job as an academic lecturer in Toi Ohomai while I’m still studying. I’m truly blessed that my school supported me to achieve my dream.