The Australian Capital Territory Government has just updated their occupation list for sponsored visas. This is fantastic news for anyone with experience in industries such as communications, construction, finance, hospitality, and nursing, looking to migrate to Australia’s capital. Take a look at the complete list to see if your skill is in demand in the ACT. […]
The Australian Trade Commission has released their 2016 Benchmark report. If you are looking for some reliable information and statistics about the Australian economy and why “There is no better partner for trade, investment and collaboration than Australia” see the below link. Benchmark Report 2016
The free app CareerMe gives you a quick insight into every type of industry in Australia. You are provided with statistics about average wages, the number of jobs and more. Some smart features are that it provides: up to date job opportunities linked to the actual occupation (the app is linked to seek.com.au, Australia’s most popular job search engine) […]
The shortage of nurses is estimated at 19,000 and expected to grow. The gap of nurses was predicted to be as large as 147,000 by 2025, with around 30,000 new jobs being created each year.19.000 Jobs in der Krankenpflege sind derzeit unbesetzt, und die Tendenz ist steigend. Es wird erwartet, dass 2025 die Zahl der unbesetzten Stellen bei 147.000 liegen wird und jährlich ca 30.000 neue Jobs geschaffen werden.
If you intend to migrate through the Skilled Migration or Employer Sponsored Scheme, it is important to be familiar with ANZSCO – Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations.If you intend to migrate through the Skilled Migration or Employer Sponsored Scheme, it is important to be familiar with ANZSCO – Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations.