More Chefs Needed to Work in Australia

With every state and territory in Australia attracting more visitors who are staying longer and spending more money, tourism and hospitality is creating more jobs and the demand for skilled workers is increasing. Steven Ciobo, Federal Trade, Tourism, and Investment minister reports that as spending is reaching new heights by both international and Australian visitors, jobs are being created across […]

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Tourism Surge Creates Hospitality Jobs in Australia

With tourism on the rise in Australia, the hospitality and tourism industry is creating new jobs and the demand for qualified workers is on the rise. According to the National Visitor Survey, during the past three years, all states and territories saw an increase in visitors, longer stays, and more spending. Steven Ciobo, Federal Trade, Tourism and Investment Minister, said [...] Continue reading »

Fast-Growing Jobs in Australia

Australia’s workforce has changed in recent years. Farming and retail have been replaced by industries that are quite different, and this has created new job opportunities, especially for skilled foreign nationals who are looking for jobs in Australia. Australia Immigration Professionals provides services to these foreign workers so they can begin a new life in Australia with opportunities for new […]

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Australian Employment Soars with 42,200 New Jobs

In May 2017, the rate of unemployment in Australia fell to 5.5% and more than 42,000 jobs were created that same month. It had been estimated that 10,000 new jobs would be created, so it’s astonishing that the goal was exceeded by over four times that amount. Full-time jobs increased by 52,000, while the number of part-time jobs dropped by […]

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Aussie Economy Sets Record with 26 Years of Growth!

Australia has officially broken the world record for the longest time to not sink into a recession. During the last 103 quarters, which is almost 26 years, the country has been able to avoid a technical recession. A technical recession is two quarters in a row with negative growth rates. The Australian economy grew by 0.3% in the first quarter, […]

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