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    IT Workers On 457 Visas Needed To Plug The Gap

    A state parliamentary inquiry into skills shortages is yet to hear from the Australian technology industry, but it has already signaled it will make recommendations to the federal government on 457 visas. The NSW inquiry by the Legislative Assembly Committee on Economic Development has held two hearings, it has two more scheduled, in Coffs Harbour […] More

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    Australia Mining Jobs and How to Find Them

    AUSTRALIA MINING JOBS  are one of the most sought after jobs for people looking to move to Australia from overseas. The mining boom, although slowing slightly when compared to previous years is still in full swing with multiple, multibillion dollar projects still being rolled out and likely to operate for the next 30 – 40 […] More

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    Darwin Best Place to Find Work In Australia

    A recent report has revealed that the Northern Territory’s capital city is the best place to go for people looking for work, with more job vacancies than unemployed people. Australia has enjoyed enviable economic stability in recent years thanks to its burgeoning construction and mining industries. While much of the prosperity has been centred in […] More

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    163 Thousand Reasons To Work In Oil And Gas

    So it would seem that the oil and gas industry is the place to be here in Australia A recent survey undertaken by recruitment company Hays found that the Australian oil and gas workers earn $163,600 a year on average, 35% more than employees in the U.S. and almost double the global average. That compares […] More

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    Australian Economy Loses 27,000 Jobs

    New reports say the Australian Economy lost 27,000 jobs last month. The number of jobs lost was significantly worse than 10,000 analysts predicted. According to AMP chief economist Shane Oliver, full-time employment has been “stagnant” since January and that market evidence pointed toward more “softness” ahead.1 Unemployment Prime Minister Gillard tried to soften the blow […] More

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    Australia Mining Jobs – Fresh Opportunity For Skilled Workers In LNG Industry

    Australia is set to become one of the largest producers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the world, if it can find and maintain enough skilled workers to man the projects. There are seven large-scale LNG projects currently being constructed in Australia and as the world moves away from coal as its largest source of […] More

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    Australian Headhunters Target American War Vetrans For Mining Jobs

    In the USA, post 9/11 veteran unemployment is now hovering near the 9% mark with further cuts to planned for the future. It’s not all bad news though as Australian mining companies are stepping up to grab some of that labour for their short staffed operations down under. With the mines looking for everything from […] More

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    Australian Resume – Dispelling the Myths About The Australian Resume

    Australian Resume, or Australian CV as they are often known, is an interesting term, and one which might often strike fear into the heart of any new Australian Job seeker. Let me let you into a teeny tiny secret though. It’s really not that different to other resumes used around the world! In a couple […] More

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    10,000 new mining jobs means industry turns to Australia working visa

    A new mine in Western Australia will create 10,000 jobs and place additional strain on the already gaping employment gap, meaning the $7 billion mine owned by magnate Gina Rinehart will rely on Australian working visa holders to operate. Roy Hill, project managers for the mine, said 2,000 of the total new jobs will be […] More

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    Struggling Economies Abroad Encouraging More To Look Down Under

    The narrowing job markets and struggling economies in the UK and Ireland have seen thousands of Britons and Irish people apply for an Australia visa and take advantage of staff shortages Down Under. Australian recruiters have reported an influx of workers from the UK and Ireland, with a more than 50% rise in the number […] More

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    Australian Mining Boom Results In Spike In Greek Migrants

    We’ve reported before that the Australian mining boom has been greak for UK workers. Now australia’s thriving economy, demand for skilled workers and relaxed working visa regulations has led to the most short term arrivals from Greece in a decade. Greece’s slumping economy and growing unemployment rates have meant that thousands of its citizens are […] More

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    Skills Shortages in WA as Eastern States Draw In The Crowds

    New figures released by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship indicate that despite the skills shortage and employment opportunities in Western Australia, the majority of skilled migrants are choosing to settle in the Eastern states. The Australian Government’s plan to target skilled foreign labour to the Western Australian mining industry has been dealt a blow […] More

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