It’s free and easy to create an account on I Want 2 Work. If you are looking for work, just head to our SIGN UP page and enter an email address and a unique password for your account. If you are an Employer looking for job candidates, start over HERE. Remember to use the same login method each time you visit I Want 2 Work. Once you have created an account, you’ll need to create a profile.
If you have been given an IW2W Voucher, you can redeem it for a specific level of membership, when you sign-up. A voucher will contain a 16 digit code that will give the user an IWant2StepUp Premium, IWant2GetSerious Premium Plus or IWant2StandOut Professional membership, depending on its value. That code is a single-use code, that is, it is valid to be used once by a single individual. If you have a voucher and you want to sign-up, you can do so HERE.
Once you have set up an account, visit your profile page and follow the prompts. Try to fill in as many details as possible, including all your contact details and a professional photo. You can come back at any time to edit your profile.
If you are a Job Seeker and you would like to permanently cancel your account, go to Account Settings > Your Current Package > Cancel Account. Selecting this option will delete all the information you have saved in your IW2W profile, as well as your billing and subscription details. Any jobs you have received or sent will also be deleted. Read More
Your social media profile photos are creating a first impression whether you like it or not. If you are not using an image on your profile, chances are your potential employers are checking you out on social media. What impressions do you think your social images are projecting?
We asked Karen Merry, a professional portrait photographer from Melbourne to give us some tips.
A study by job website theladders.com indicated that recruiters spend more time looking at your photo than reading your resume.
An eye-tracking heat map found that they spent 19% of their time on your photo and significantly less time reviewing your skills or past work experience. Read More