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Media in Australia on International Accounting Graduate Immigration

July 9, 2014

Latest news about accounting on the skilled occupation list and graduate work rights for international students in Australia.   From The Australian Financial Review:   ‘Graduates hardest hit by decision to retain skilled migrant status for accountants.  Accounting graduates will be hardest hit by a government decision to keep the profession on a list of […]

Post Study Work Rights for International Students in Australia

July 4, 2014

Special Report from Study Travel Magazine:   Staying on: post–study work.  The ability to stay and work after graduation is a key consideration for many international students when choosing higher education programmes overseas. Matthew Knott examines the impact of post-study policy changes in the major destinations, the intentions of international students that seek to remain and […]

Mining and Resources Industry Employment in Australia

April 16, 2014

Mining in Australia is a significant primary industry and contributor to the Australian economy. Historically, mining booms have also encouraged immigration to Australia. Many different ores and minerals are mined throughout the country.   Careers and Employment for Mining Industry in Australia.   Mining has had a substantial environmental impact in some areas of Australia. […]

Australian Skilled Work Visa 457 Sponsored

April 5, 2014

Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection DIBP official information for the Temporary Work Skilled subclass 457 Visa.   Information Australia Visa immigration and Employment. The Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457) allows skilled workers to come to Australia and work for an approved business for up to four years. You must be sponsored by an […]

ANZSCO Occupations List Australia

January 26, 2014

Listed below is a full copy of all Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) codes.   ANZSCO Occupations in Australia.   The ANZSCO codes are sorted alphabetically to assist you to search for the correct code that best describes your occupation.    | A-C | D-G | H-O | P-S | T-Z |   Note: Not all occupations listed below are acceptable […]

Work Employment Career Information Australia

January 25, 2014

AIEC not only assists with AQF CRICOS Study Courses for Career Objective and Migration Skills Assessment, but also RPL Recognition of Prior Learning and Experience Credit Transfer through the AQF Australian Qualifications Framework for Accredited Vocational and Higher Education Study in Australia. News about Careers and Employment Trends in Australia: Future of work (from the new Daily): […]

Work Employment Future in Australia

December 11, 2013

from the New Daily: Future of work: The top jobs of 2025.  The ageing population and a tech boom will see registered nurses become the most in demand profession in the country in less than two decades, says research. In 10 years Australia will have jobs we haven’t yet dreamt of, but the people that […]

Immigration Added Value for Australia

May 15, 2013

  Migrants ‘adding to our intellectual bank’ from The Australian   ABDULLAH Alajlan says fellow Saudis cannot understand why so many Australians become electricians, plumbers or cleaners rather than go to university. “Back home, jobs are measured by your degree,” says the Flinders University PhD student. “That’s why people urge their children to get the highest […]

Australian Employment Skill Shortages

February 26, 2013

The Clarius Index points to some interesting challenges ahead for business with a persistent shortage of 9,700 professionals across a range of sectors and a major concern by employers that good staff will desert them as markets improve. Australian business will need a sharp focus on retaining top talent or risk missing growth opportunities amidst […]

Australia Asian Century

September 11, 2012

Australia in the Asia Century Australian politicians, media, business and society are obviously at cross purposes? “Students the key to opening doors in China, says HSBC. Australian companies looking to do business with China should consider recruiting some of the 150,000 Chinese students studying here (in Australia), James Hogan, the head of commercial banking for […]

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