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Working with CMTP

Date: 2020-03-17

Careers with CMTP

It’s not easy deciding in your last couple of years of high school what you want to do for the rest of your life. Sometimes, often, you have no idea and the direction is far from clear. You might know what you’re good at and what you like doing, but you’re not too sure where to start. 

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Sustainable pathways into employment are necessary for young people to attain financial security, independence, wellbeing, a sense of belonging and skill development.

Youth unemployment rates have remained stagnant.  Underemployment is increasing and finding work is increasingly difficult for all young people.

Half of Australia’s 25-year-olds are unable to secure full-time employment, despite 60% holding post-school qualifications. 1 in 3 young people are unemployed or underemployed, with the youth unemployment rate being more than double the national average.

Having so many young people out of the workforce costs our economy 790 million lost hours of work each year, equating to up to $15.9 billion in lost GDP to the Australian economy annually. Out of 1,355,513 jobs advertised online in the past year, only 6,311 jobs were advertised with ‘no experience required.’ That is, 0.5% of available positions are entry-level.

Source: http://www.youthaction.org.au/change_the_story_on_youth_unemployment

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The benefits CMTP see in hiring young people.

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1. Fresh energy & Perspective

Most young workers are keen to learn, build their experience and apply the skills in the workforce. Young people’s enthusiasm is great for motivation and team building. It’s also beneficial to have some millennials in the mix to communicate with the other millennials out there!

2. Workforce Development

Young people are used to learning and want to learn. They’ve just come out of school or education, so they’re used to that mindset. They’re ready to absorb training and instruction.

3. Affordability

Often wages of young people is less than a more experienced worker. There is also opportunity for trainee and apprenticeships which a fantastic option for both parties.

4. Technology

Millennials have grown up with technology. They’re quick to learn new software and programs, as it can often come quite naturally.

5. Adaptability

Young people are likely to except and understand sudden change. This can be of great benefit in the shifting landscape of the modern-day workplaces where process, technology and priorities are constantly changing. With economic, social and political boundaries in a state of flux, adaptability gives young people an advantage in a work environment that is more agile, changeable and fast paced than ever before.

Inspiration for benefits here: https://www.chessconnect.org.au/5-benefits-hiring-young-people/

CMTP believes in training and engaging our employees to be the drivers of an organisation so they will be regarded as leaders in their industry and leaders in self-management.

We invest in training our employees to develop their skills and capabilities.

We will use the energy and intelligence available within and external to our business to develop processes and systems that enable maximum performance outcomes.

Positive leadership will be encouraged and rewarded.

Read more on CMTP’s philosophy here – https://www.cmtp.com.au/our-philosophy/