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Contact us - Brisbane

Address
Level 5
100 Creek Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
Australia
Tel
+61 7 3414 6100
Fax
+61 7 3414 6301
Summary

Brisbane, the third most populated city in Australia, is known as the ‘economic engine room’ of Queensland. It’s driving the state’s growth, and all levels of government are directing significant investment towards putting Brisbane on the map as a commercial, technological and trade hub.

 

Page Personnel specialises in recruitment for the following industries in Brisbane:

 

Brisbane recruitment experts

 

Located on the bank of the Brisbane River, the small but influential Brisbane CBD is dense with skyscrapers – some of the tallest buildings in Australia are found here. The area is also dense with businesses and their employees: 837,000 people are employed in the City of Brisbane local government area alone, while Greater Brisbane is home to an estimated 185,935 businesses. The economy of the Greater Brisbane area is worth $146 billion.

 

Page Personnel’s Brisbane jobs experts have been helping professionals find jobs in Brisbane city for more than 10 years. This experience in the Brisbane jobs market means we have a deep knowledge of the opportunities and challenges faced by both job seekers and employers.

 

The science and research sectors have had strong growth under continued investment from the Smart State initiative. Hubs including the Health and Food Sciences Precinct, the Ecosciences Precinct, and Brisbane Technology Park have created jobs and added to the knowledge economy. However, traditional employment sectors such as industry continue to be a thriving part of the Brisbane economy.

 

For commercial and service-based industries, the CBD, Fortitude Valley, South Bank and Milton continue to attract investment. There are also continuing developments in these areas, including the Brisbane Quarter project, which is the largest integrated development in the CBD.

 

If you’re searching for jobs in Brisbane, here are our top tips for maximising your job hunt:

 

  • Get your resume and LinkedIn page up to date, ensuring they accurately communicate your skills, achievements and experience. Don’t forget to proofread them carefully for spelling and grammar errors.

 

  • Spend some time researching the Brisbane jobs market, and learn as much as you can about which skills are in demand and what the market rate is for a salary in your job role.

 

  • To go into an interview with the best chance of success, get to know the organisation and write out a list of questions that demonstrate your understanding of the business and your knowledge of its industry.