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Australia In Technical Skill Crisis! Will Need 200,000 Engineers by 2040

Australia needs 200,000 engineers by 2040
In numbers, a shortfall of 200,000 engineering professionals is predicted to weigh heavily on the Australian engineering industry by 2040, which will have grown at a rate of roughly 74% in terms of labour demand in the given span of one and a half decade. A report titled Engineering a Better Future: Australia’s Growing Crisis[...]
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Is Australia the true example of ‘work less, earn more’ ? Fascinating data reveals countries with the shortest work-week 2023

Australia has the shortest workween in 2023
Have you often asked which country will offer you the highest salary for your academic degree, work experience, and the number of hours you choose to work? To be fair, the kind of money you earn contributes greatly to your quality of life, no debate on that. Yet, your salary is not the only measure[...]
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Tentative Immigration Policy Changes by the New Australian Government and Why It’s Good for Temporary Immigrant Workers !

benefits for temporary migrant workers in australia
To start off with a pleasing scenario, imagine yourself living in Australia with your family under a Business Migration Visa. Your business is making great profits and much to the delight of the Australian government, generating high tax revenues. So as a tax paying resident whose business is serving the Australian economy so positively, you[...]
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Webinar on Business Migration to Australia

  Australian Federal Government and State Governments announced the major changes on Business Migration on 4th January 2021. Based on these changes, we are going to present the webinar so that successful business owners can make the decision on Migration to Australia with their family, apply for Australian Citizenship and Kids world-class education in Australia.[...]
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Summary of Second Step restrictions in Metro Melbourne!

From 11:59pm 27 September, metropolitan Melbourne has moved to the second step of easing restrictions. The curfew is now lifted in metropolitan Melbourne from 5am on Monday 28 September. There will be higher on the spot fines for breaching rules about visitors to your home and outdoor gatherings. The four reasons that you can leave[...]
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Victorian Government assistance for Temporary and Provisional visa holders in COVID-19 crisis

The Victorian Government is investing $3 billion to help businesses impacted by ongoing restrictions and to prepare for COVID Normal business. This includes a third round of the Business Support Fund with grants of up to $20,000 available as well as tax and cashflow support. *Small and medium-sized business ($822 million) *Licensed Hospitality Business ($251[...]
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