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Administrative and support services

Large companies are bringing call centres back to our shores. Investments in public infrastructure will require ongoing maintenance. Flexible work arrangements are changing the ways businesses operate. All of this means more jobs.

It’s forecast that 10,006 new workers will be needed in administrative and support services in Victoria by 2026.*

On the administrative side, you could work in office management or human resources. You could also work in a call centre.

Or, if you’re more hands on, you could work as a gardener or commercial cleaner. More jobs are being created with new residential and commercial developments across Victoria. 

The industry is wide open for entry-level job seekers and those looking to enhance their career. Vocational Education and Training (VET) is the most common path to employment.

Explore the information below to learn more about working in the administrative and support services industry.

Training and careers in administrative and support services

Administrative and support services career stories

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