|Getting a job in Australia
Australia is one of the most popular countries for migration to, and as a result of its strong economy and healthy job market citizens of many other nations look to Australia to offer interesting prospects and opportunities.
But getting a visa for entry, residence and employment in Australia is tough and it is getting increasingly more difficult as the attraction of the country intensifies and the Australian government receive more visa applications year on year.
Because of this fact Nick Vandome, the author of ‘Getting a Job in Australia’, has taken the time to compile an incredibly in-depth handbook for anyone seeking any form of employment ‘down under.’
Nick Vandome begins with an economic overview of Australia and progresses to discuss the philosophy of employment in Australia as well as highlighting key tax and contract information for migrant workers to understand exactly how the employment, earning and taxation systems work.
He goes on to discuss areas where workers can target their search depending on the type of work they are hoping to secure, and he explains about the pay and conditions likely candidates can expect. Furthermore Vandome examines the translation and recognition of overseas qualifications, which skills are most sought after in Australia, how to go about applying for work, securing a position, getting your visa and residence and ihis book finishes off with a look at how Australia is changing and what the future may hold for migrant workers.
‘Getting a Job in Australia’ is quite frankly all encompassing and if you’re considering emigrating ‘down under’ or taking a year out to travel and get casual work across Australia this book will give you every single fact, figure, tip and pointer to enable you to succeed.
Employment law and conditions
Problems in the workplace
The official recruitment network
The general recruitment network
Careers and professions
Recognition of overseas skills and qualifications
Applying for work
Casual work opportunities
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