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Coronavirus Australia

20 April 2020 In: Jobs, Health, Economy, General

Coronavirus in Australia continues to fade, with only 26 new cases reported around the country in the past 24 hours. The low figure was a strong sign Australia was fighting coronavirus successfully, Deputy Chief Medical Officer Nick Coatsworth said In NSW just six new coronavirus cases were recorded from around 3500 tests conducted on Sunday. Victoria reported only one new case while Queensland and Western Australian recorded no new cases. Tasmania reported six new cases….

Student Visas for Australia

20 April 2020 In: Study, Jobs, General

Student Visas for Australia are still available despite the current coronavirus emergency. “Australia is still open for Student Visas,” says Darrell Todd of thinkingaustralia.com “Educating international student a $32 billion annual industry for Australia with colleges and universities proud of their excellence in Education at all levels.” Australia is the Number One choice of destination for International Students and demand remains high. Australia offers the highest level of education with the bonus of post-graduates being…

Home Working ‘Panic’

18 April 2020 In: Jobs, Health, Family, General

Home working for long periods of time amid the Covid19 emergency can lead to ‘panic working’ Hyper-productivity is becoming a new workplace phenomenon due to home working for long periods of time under uncertain conditions says Dr. Ali Fenwick, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Hult International Business School in Dubai. Covid19 creates a lot of uncertainty and poses a threat towards one’s livelihood and health. The different coping strategies that people use to deal with…

Migration to Australia ‘active’

13 April 2020 In: Jobs, Migration, General

Migration to Australia is still a possibility for many people, despite the current coronavirus emergency. Key entry criteria will change but if you are serious about a new life down under you can still ‘live the dream’ – but professional help is now essential. “Ten years ago it was fairly simple to apply for Migration to Australia. But that’s no longer the case, it is far from easy and more of a process now than…

Coronavirus UK Impact

11 April 2020 In: Jobs, Economy, General

Coronavirus UK impact has been significant with the UK businesses badly hit and thousands of staff currently not working. Between 9 and 22 March 2020, 45% of businesses reported lower turnover than expected, according to the UK Office for National Statistics. More than one-quarter (27%) of businesses said they were reducing staff levels in the short term, compared with 5% who were recruiting. Meanwhile, 46% said they had encouraged their staff to work from home,…

Australia Economy Forecast

11 April 2020 In: Jobs, Economy, General

The Australia economy is fundamentally sound with strong long-term prospects – the overall impact of the current emergency will be ‘manageable’, leading forecasters say. The Australia economy will not return to how things were before coronavirus struck but unemployment caused by the pandemic will be “manageable”. That’s the view of Australian Government and leading banks who predict that business and individuals will rapidly adapt to the changing conditions. Entire industries have been put into a…

Top Tips for Virtual Working

09 April 2020 In: Jobs, Economy, Family, General

Virtual Working has become the new norm as the coronavirus has forced organisations to “go virtual” with little if any preparation. Virtual Working can present practical problems but it is possible to maintain a productive routine if you follow these helpful tips: 1.The importance of keeping social. Workers transitioning from the “traditional” to the “virtual” have the benefit of sharing a work history within an established social context. Seeing your colleagues face-to-face increases the levels…

Australia Visa Applications

08 April 2020 In: Study, Jobs, Migration, General

Australia Visa Applications have been affected by the coronavirus emergency. Applicants should be aware that some services relating to the visa application process may be impacted by COVID-19. We are aware of issues accessing the VEVO system for certain visa holders. If you can’t use VEVO to check your visa status and conditions, you can still access your visa grant letter and visa conditions online using your ImmiAccount. VEVO – https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/already-have-a-visa/check-visa-details-and-conditions/check-conditions-online ImmiAccount – https://online.immi.gov.au/lusc/login Visa…

Migration to Australia

07 April 2020 In: Jobs, Migration, General

Migration to Australia and Work in Australia is still a possibility despite the current coronavirus situation. Migration to Australia will continue throughout the current emergency, though some official criteria may change. If you are serious about Australia NOW is the time to pre-assess your eligibility and gather the paperwork and other materials needed for the Migration and/or work visa process. Opportunities in Australia are endless, the country will bounce right back after the coronavirus and…

Tips For a Top Job CV

05 April 2020 In: Jobs, General

A strong Job CV / resume is essential if you want to attract an employer and get a job interview. Here are some top tips to creating a winning CV / resume A common question is ‘should I put my photo on a resume?’ No, you should not. Other things that don’t belong on a resume include: Your address – leave your address off the resume. You don’t tell strangers your address so protect your…

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