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Contact us - Melbourne CBD

Level 19
600 Bourke Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
+61 3 8616 6201

Melbourne CBD is the commercial and cultural hub of the city, and includes not only the central grid but also Docklands and Southbank. With popular retail and restaurants sitting side by side with historical buildings and multinational organisations, Melbourne’s CBD is a prime destination for both work and leisure.


Page Personnel specialises in recruitment for the following industries in the Melbourne CBD:


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Australia’s second biggest CBD and the second most populated city in the country, Melbourne is famous for its liveability and culture. As the headquarters of many local firms and international businesses, there are always opportunities for professionals to find top Melbourne jobs.


The City of Melbourne reported an economy worth over $90 billion in 2015—6% of Australian GDP. There are also over 450,000 jobs in the area, meaning it is an important financial centre in Australia. At the last census, people employed in Melbourne were working in the professional, scientific and technical services (18.7%), accommodation and food services (10.6%) and healthcare and social assistance areas (10%).


Page Personnel’s Melbourne CBD team has been matching professionals with jobs in Melbourne CBD for more than 10 years.


According to 2016 data, Melbourne CBD’s economy is being driven by a retail and hospitality boom, with retail accounting for 6% of the economy, and 11 million yearly visitors creating strong demand for hotels and restaurants.


In a 2016 employment forecast, Deloitte reported that Melbourne’s job market was experiencing strong and sustainable growth, exceeding previous growth predictions. However, only 37,000 people who work in the City of Melbourne also live there, meaning that job seekers face competition from a large and diverse pool who are willing to travel for the best jobs.


If you’re looking for jobs in Melbourne CBD, here are our tips for a successful job search:


  • Revisit your resume and LinkedIn profile, adding in any recent achievements, professional development and skills, and making sure they demonstrate your experience. It’s also essential that there are no errors, so proofread carefully.


  • Do your homework on the Melbourne jobs market – find out what skills employers in your field are looking for and what salary rates are on offer for the roles you are interested in.


  • Once you get an interview invitation, spend some time getting to know the company. Prepare a list of questions demonstrating your understanding of the business and its industry’s key challenges and opportunities.