Queer Inclusive Job Opportunities


LGBTQIA+ young adults deserve to find meaningful and long-lasting work. We're ensuring that the future generation of the workforce can blossom authentically in employment. Whether that's paid or voluntary work. Both are good for your CV!

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Looking for an Inclusive Job?

In our pursuit of employment opportunities, we navigate a challenging social and political landscape for LGBTQIA+ individuals. Our dedication stems from a deep passion for our work, driven by a desire to foster a future where LGBTQ+ young adults encounter a more positive environment than our own experiences.

Whether you’re looking for a paid role or as part of our valued volunteer, we believe working needs to mean more than just a 9-5 job. We want your role to be something you are passionate about. At Blossom you can embrace the authentic grassroots experience, where challenges fuel growth and work is truly fulfilling.

It’s more than a job – it’s a commitment to dedication and our unwavering belief in the vision that, together, we’ll create environments where LGBTQ+ young adults can succeed in all aspects of their social and professional lives. 

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Full-time Work!

Full-time employment typically entails a commitment of at least 35 hours per week, distributed across the working days. The specific hours may vary depending on the chosen industry or job role.

Part-time Work!

Part-time employment involves working less than 30 hours per week, with hours spread across designated workdays, mirroring full-time schedules. The exact hours may vary based on the industry or specific job role pursued.

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Voluntary Work!

Volunteering is unpaid time spent benefiting others, often through organised efforts or informal community support. It’s distinct from assisting friends or family but includes activities that benefit the environment, ultimately benefiting society. Volunteering is a voluntary choice, whether organised formally or informally within the community and is a great opportunity to gain experience in a role you are interested in. 



Over 60% of LGBTQ+ graduates hide their identity when they enter the workforce.

Roughly 2 out of every 5 LGBTQ+ young adults are not in any form of education or work.

57% of LGBTQ+ job seekers left their last job because of anti-lgbt conduct.

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