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Australian Immigration News Skilled Occupation List 2012

Latest Skilled Occupation List from Department of Immigration.

Additions to the SOL
133513 Production Manager (Mining)
234912 Metallurgist
251411 Optometrist
263111 Computer Network and Systems Engineer
Removals from the SOL
234211 Chemist
252711 Audiologist
331111 Bricklayer
333411 Wall and Floor Tiler
Hospitality industry fuming after immigration snub. “The hospitality industry is furious after chefs and cooks were left off the Federal Government’s updated migration eligibility list, even though the market continues to suffer a crippling skills shortage that’s forcing businesses to close.
 
The culinary snub comes despite the fact food-related businesses are performing better this year – yesterday’s forecast by Access Economics pegged food as growing faster than most sectors.  But Restaurant and Catering Australia chief executive John Hart told SmartCompany this morning that although turnover is growing; there simply aren’t enough staff to take advantage of the uptick in sales.”
According to Job Outlook just counting chefs, cooks, patisserie and kitchen hands, the industry employs 300,000, excluding baristas, wait staff, bar personnel, hotel/motel personnel and tourism industry; with very significant natural turnover and ageing work force.
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2 Responses to “Australian Immigration News Skilled Occupation List 2012”

  1. Australia Immigration Skill Select is now Live http://www.immi.gov.au/skills/skillselect/

  2. Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List – 1 July 2012

    The Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL) a single list of occupations will replace the State/Territory Nominated (STATSOL), the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENSOL), Subclass 442 Occupational Trainee and the Subclass 457 Skilled Occupation Lists and will determine occupations that applicants can nominate under these programs from 1 July 2012. http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/whats-new.htm#1july


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