My Health Career is not just another website about the health industry. It has been created by a real health professional (see Amanda’s bio here) who is committed to ensuring the right people come into the health industry, and assisting health students to become excellent practitioners. It has also become a popular resource for health professionals and industry organisations.

My Health Career is not the sort of website you just need once. We recommend you subscribe for free, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter!!!

Resources on the website include:
Health industry news every month – article topics include industry trends, employment trends, success stories, and student, practitioner & industry perspectives
Over 120 videos with interview, consultation and training footage from leading health practitioners and students, across 10 health professions
Everything from a university scholarship listing to career information from professional associations, employment trends and how much money health professionals earn
Website founder Amanda Griffiths might be available to speak at your event in 2015. Check out her speaking profile for more details!

Our followers include:

  • High school students who are considering a career in health and want inside information on what it’s really like
  • University students & health professionals who seek interdisciplinary knowledge
  • Career development practitioners, guidance counsellors, careers advisers and industry liaison officers who need to keep up with employment & industry trends
  • Health industry government and non-government organisations, health professional associations and career industry associations

Think you might like to subscribe to My Health Career?!?!
If you are a health student or professional, please resist the temptation to subscribe to receive updates only about your own profession – as there is an increasing trend towards multidisciplinary practice, you will need to have an idea about what happens in other health professions. My Health Career is the perfect resource for this!
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If you are a career development practitioner, guidance counsellor, careers adviser or industry liaison officer, please resist the temptation to subscribe only to “career & university tips.” We recommend you subscribe to all categories, as sometimes, for example, there will be specific articles about the Australian labour market for the profession of dentistry in the “dentistry” category. You might like to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for ease of sharing our articles with your students, clients and followers!
Montage of organsisations that have featured My Health Career