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  How to get a job
  Work in Demand
  Try a Job Online
  Work for Students
  Work Problems
  Working Holiday
  Work F.A.Q.

 

 

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   Australia is in need of a variety of skilled workers in many areas, and to be able to cover the demand, the state and federal governments are trying to train as much people as possible, in the shortest time available. Anyway, it is well know by the government, that for the Australians to get the experience necessary after finish their training it will take some time, if not years, but skilled workers are needed now. To solve the short-term demand, there is not other way than import temporary foreigners professionals to fulfil the vacancies and keep Australia on the move, and to address this situation, the department of Immigration issues a proper working Visa for professionals that meet the criteria.

Work legally in Australia is easier than many people thing. Yes, there is a bureaucracy to be dealt with, but it is only bureaucratic proceeds, not an impediment. One of the requirements of the Immigration Department is that the company hiring you, must have a minimum number of employees, and have not being able to find in Australia someone who wants the job. A certain amount of payment is also a requirement, but the reality is that usually most companies demanding skilled workers are already big companies (including many multi nationals) with a large number of employees, and the payment is much above the minimum requirement by the Immigration officials. All you have to do is to find a reputable company wanting to hire your expertises and willing to sponsor your application for a work permit (which 99% will do if they really need you). 

Australia is top in the world in terms of mining and commodities (minerals) exports. Recently many big export deals were firmed with some buyers around the world, and these contracts most concentrated in Minerals and gas (LPG) is already requiring a large number of professionals in these fields (Such as Geologist, Mining engineers, welding, piping, and a vast array of professionals connected with the heavy industry sector). If you demonstrate experience and knowledge is these fields, a contract and a work permission are the natural consequences due the Australian need.

There are also many other situations to legally work in Australia. One must understand that every city or town in Australia has a different need regarding the needs of workmanship. For example, the city of Gladstone, in the central coast of Queensland, is a small city totally devoted for the industrial area. From Aluminium Smelter, foundries, heavy machinery, a Port with huge number of ships waiting to carry the Australian Coal worldwide. So it is not a city at the moment for those specialized in IT, or Tourism. In compensation, the city of Gold Coast, Brisbane, Alice Springs, Sydney, Cairns and a few other, will be a better market for those with IT or Tourism background.  Many rural towns in Australia basically survive on farming and agriculture, so, these cities are always in need of people to harvest the production, tractor operators and so on.

In our point of view the best you can do is to consult the Immigration Website, which has lots of information about work in Australia, and also keep an eye in the Australian newspapers to know about any new project or economical matters going on around the country. The final and important recommendation is not to take any king of work without authorization and the proper Visa from the Department of Immigration. There are Visas for all kind of situations.

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