Whanganui YES Employers Share their Advice for Youth!

By Emma Turner | Posted: Monday February 22, 2021

We have 20 Employers from a wide range of industries right here in Whanganui. Take a read of some of the advice that they have for youth getting started in their career.

Rachel from Rachel Brandon Designing Interiors says

"The exciting part of this industry is the freedom of creativity, you are not contained and you are able to bring your fresh ideas to the table" 

Nathan from Wanganui Collision Repairs says

"With a trade, you can work around the world. My key piece of advice is to talk to everyone and learn how they do things and make it your own."

Haig from Ali Arc says 

"Youth are the future, the future of the country. We need to look after them and train them up."

Madison from Settlers Honey says

"Your willingness to learn and enthusiasm - That's what creates that passion to learn. The key to being successful is being passionate" 

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