In our submission to the Economic, Education, Jobs and Skills Committee, we highlight young people's views on the career advice they received.

We call for careers advice activities which are diverse, relevant and engaging, help students to build networks and mentoring connections, and ensure students and families understand the career paths open to them now and in the future. High quality career advice activities are especially important for students at risk of poor employment outcomes, including students with disability and potential early school leavers. To strengthen outcomes, schools must be supported to work effectively with other expert stakeholders, such as LLENs, employers and unions.