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Emigrate to Australia: business confidence solid

23 October 2016 In: Jobs

Emigrate to Australia where business conditions remain above the long-run average and employers report difficulty in recruiting skilled workers. Business confidence is also solid and service sectors and construction continue to outperform, according to the NAB Quarterly Business Survey Leading indicators were once again encouraging and remain consistent with NAB’s expectation for activity in the non-mining economy to be solid in the near-term. Forward orders are still positive, and improved slightly in the quarter, while…

Emigrate to Australia: Migrant protection

16 October 2016 In: Jobs

Emigrate to Australia where Minister for Employment, Michaelia Cash, said the taskforce will bolster the government’s efforts to crack down on employers seeking to take advantage of migrant workers. “A number of recent high-profile cases where vulnerable migrant workers have been underpaid and exploited at work have exposed unacceptable gaps in the system,” Minister Cash said. “While the government acknowledges that the majority of employers do the right thing by their employees, we will not…

Emigration to Australia: Perth jobs boost

12 October 2016 In: Jobs

Emigration to Australia: Launching the start of construction work Premier Colin Barnett said: “This project is a major development for Western Australia and will boost the local economy in Kwinana, with up to 500 jobs to be created during the construction process. “More than 115 employees will be needed once the project becomes operational toward the end of 2018. “The project will also generate benefits for the South-West of the State, with production likely to…

Emigrate to Australia: powerhouse economy

10 October 2016 In: Jobs

Emigrate to Australia where new investment in manufacturing increased by 13% and total business investment was $28.71 billion in the June quarter 2016. Spending by businesses on equipment, plant and machinery rose 2.8%, with the non-mining sector driving growth. A major growth area is agriculture where Aussie farmers are investing heavily in the adoption of new digital technology to improve productivity. Investment by Australian dairy and broadacre farms began to soar in 2012 with annual…

Emigrate to Australia: Skills Assessment

10 October 2016 In: Jobs

Emigrate to Australia where if you do not require a Skills Assessment for your visa application you may still be required to undertake a Skills Assessment in order to obtain a licence to work in Australia if your occupation is a licensed occupation (you need to submit the Offshore Technical Skills Record “OTSR” obtained to apply for a provision licence). The occupational skills assessment process is technical and it can be confusing. If it is…

Migrate to Australia: Brisbane employment

05 October 2016 In: Jobs

Migrate to Australia: The Superintendent Water Planning will lead the new Coal Water Planning team to deliver hydrological planning, investigation and design to deliver: dry pits for mining, enduring water stewardship, protection of mining assets from flooding, and reliable water supplies for Coal operations. The role will work closely with the broader Water Planning group for superior water management results across Minerals Australia. Responsibilities will include: – Develop a safe, productive and fulfilling work environment…

Migrate to Australia: 16000 extra jobs

03 October 2016 In: Jobs

Migrate to Australia where driverless vehicles are expected to become commonplace in the next five years. Australia could generate $95 billion a year in economic value and create 16,000 new jobs by taking a more proactive approach to the introduction of driverless vehicles. That’s the view of economist Brian Haratsis who says that Australia needs a coordinated approach to mitigate risks of rapid uncontrolled autonomous vehicle adoption from 2020. “If the average $2 billion in…

Migrate to Australia: healthcare jobs

01 October 2016 In: Jobs

Jane Prentice, Assistant Minister for Social Services and Disability Services believes increased demand for the new disability support would lead to a surge in job opportunities across Australia. “It is expected there will be many thousands of new full time jobs created,” she said. The number of NDIS registered providers in the ACT has nearly doubled in just over two years and the growth has seen a marked rise in demand for skilled and qualified…

Migrate to Australia: Canberra jobs

01 October 2016 In: Jobs

Migrate to Australia to find job opportunities in all capital cities Down Under due to recent changes to Australia’s aged healthcare system. The ACT economy will be boosted with 1000 new jobs and an extra $160 million a year due to the expansion of the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Minister for Social Services Christian Porter, said the ACT predicted a disability support sector worth $350 million a year by 2019, as the number of ACT…

Work in Australia: Backpacker tax changes

30 September 2016 In: Jobs

Work in Australia: Keith Pitt, Assistant Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, said improvements to the way working holiday makers (backpackers) are taxed will provide confidence to regional economies across Australia. The proposed 32.5 per cent tax rate that was to apply to working holiday makers (417 and 462 visa classes) will be slashed to 19 per cent following strong representations by regional members of the Coalition Government. A strong advocate for changes to the…

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