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jobs in australia – defence workers needed

22 July 2016 In: Jobs

Jobs in Australia – “Skilled work is being created as part of the most significant naval shipbuilding program since the Second World War”, says Darrell Todd, founder of thinkingaustralia. “If you are skilled worker with experience in the defence industry, Australia needs you. Contact us today to find out how you could be living and working Down Under sooner than you might think”. Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull highlighted the need for more skilled workers…

Migrate to Australia – 1750 healthcare jobs

21 July 2016 In: Jobs

Migrate to Australia – up to 1,750 new full-time jobs will be created in Tasmania in the next three years and thousands more across other Australian states. The new jobs boost is being driven by the National Disability Insurance Agency that aims to improve healthcare provision for the disabled Down Under. In Tasmania alone the new policy is expected to boost the state economy by over $260 million. Christian Porter, Minister for social services, told…

Vote fears over Australian visas

28 June 2016 In: Jobs

Tens of thousands of people around the world were previously left in limbo when the government introduced changes to Australian visa rules and the preferred skills list. Demand for Australian visas and migration has increased in recent years and neither applicants; government or the travel and migration industry wants a repeat of past problems. “There was a period of uncertainty and long delays in people’s visa applications,” says Darrell Todd, founder of thinkingaustralia. “The Australian…

Australian visa law beats scams

22 June 2016 In: Jobs

As a provider of professional services, thinkingaustralia – its’ staff, partners and agents – operates fully within these new regulations. Darrell Todd, founder of thinkingaustralia says: “New laws have been introduced to protect workers and migrants from illegal operators, scam merchants and dishonest traders. “thinkingaustralia has been in business for 25 years and is a well-known respected company. We operate at all times within the law and are happy to work within the terms of…

Australian visa holders working rights

17 June 2016 In: Jobs

Australian visa holders should know that pay rates and workplace conditions are set by Australian law. These laws cover pay rates, shift calculations and holiday arrangements as well as final notice and redundancy entitlements. If you are in any doubt, or seek detailed response to individual circumstances, the Fair Work Ombudsman can provide information and advice about workplace rights and obligations with information available in different languages. Darrell Todd, founder of thinkingaustralia, says: “The employer-sponsored…

Job prospects across Australia

16 June 2016 In: Jobs

The number of new jobs created increased by 2.6 per cent (302,500 new jobs) over the past year. It is more than double the annual average rate of 1.8% over the last decade. Job prospects across Australia are growing and employment conditions for females have risen greatly in the past 12 months. Employment of women Down Under increased by 3.5% (or 187,500 new jobs) over the year to a record 5,513,600, accounting for more than…

Australia skilled job vacancies

15 June 2016 In: Jobs

If you are seeking work in Australia skilled job vacancies can be found in six Professions and 21 Trades (listed below) where workers are in highest demand. Advertised vacancies for Professionals and Technicians and Trades Workers, are, respectively, 15.7% and 3.3% higher than a year ago. Jobs growth has been strong for Professionals, running at twice the national average every year for the past decade. The employment outlook for Professionals is very encouraging as future…

Working holiday visa means higher tax

13 June 2016 In: Jobs

The Australian government planned changes to tax laws that meant visitors with a working holiday visa could pay almost three times more in tax. Widespread opposition to the planned new tax rules forced the government to review the policy, announced as part of the 2015 National Budget. The main issue was the potential impact on Australia’s regional workforce. There was concern that the tax changes could add to already decreasing working holiday maker numbers and…

Australian teaching jobs

08 June 2016 In: Jobs

There is no shortage of Australian teaching jobs available for qualified professionals in schools across the country. If you are looking for Australian teaching jobs official figures show that more than 100,000 Primary and Secondary School teaching vacancies will need to be filled in schools across Australia. Demand for Secondary School Teachers and Primary School Teachers remains high. Over 50,000 Secondary School Teachers are needed to fill vacancies due to population growth and to replace…

Construction industry jobs

04 June 2016 In: Jobs

Construction industry jobs are set to increase as over 125,000 new workers will be needed by 2019 with construction managers, carpenters and bricklayers all in great demand. Construction managers are in high demand with around 10,000 job openings available each year. Employment for this occupation has risen strongly in the long-term. Looking forward, employment for Construction Managers over the next three years is expected to grow strongly. This is a large occupation suggesting that job…