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National Careers Week

Four people representing different job roles: a photographer, a doctor, a painter and decorator and someone sat at a desk with a laptop holding a pen.

Support at Careers Wales is available all year round. But, National Careers Week is an opportunity to help you focus on planning your career and realise your potential.

To help mark National Careers Week, we rounded up our top tools to help you make your next career-related decision. Whether you’re looking for your first job, or changing roles after decades in the same field, we can help you.

Job support

Build a CV

Your CV is an advert of your skills and experience. Find out what you should include and some useful examples.

Getting a job

Job seeking tools all in one place. From acing the interview to advice on using social media to find work.

Plan Your Career

Information about different options, from choices after your GCSEs to returning to work or changing careers.


Career quizzes

Future jobs and job information

Real life stories

Ffion's story

After finding education difficult, Ffion found success when her careers adviser helped her find a work placement.

Connor's story

Connor found his ideal apprenticeship with a local company after attending an event at his school.

Contact us

If you would prefer to speak to someone about your career choices, there are many different ways to get in touch with us.

Visit our Contact Us page to find the best way for you. You can speak to us by phone, make an appointment in a careers centre, or speak to someone over live chat.