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  1. Jobs and work
    The Australian government has released its new skilled occupation list for the coming 12 months which is dominated by trades and IT professions as well as nursing. The Skilled Occupation List and Consolidated Skilled Occupation list for the year 2016/2017 becomes effective from 01 July and...
  2. Visas and immigration
    Ahead of the general election in Australia in July tourism officials are reminding politicians how important the industry is to the country's economy and calling for visa costs to be slashed. In particular the Tourism and Transport Forum Australia (TTF) is calling on all of Australia's...
  3. Visas and immigration
    A series of new initiatives in Australia are being put in place with the aim of making locations outside of capital cities more attractive to long term settlement. It is well known that overseas job seekers tend to want to live in the big cities like Sydney and Melbourne but the government is...
  4. Business and investment
    Time is running out for political parties in the US to agree a new fiscal budget with some experts predicting a possible return to recession for the US if no deal can be struck. Would a return to recession for the US economy impact the Australian economy or is it more reliant upon Asia?
  5. Visas and immigration
    As the politics of immigration loom large over the next election, many sectors have aired their concern for the current policy of restricted skilled migration over the next few years. As the Labor Party, with its Big Australia policy and the constant sniping by the Coalition Party of the...
  6. Visas and immigration
    One of the simplest and most ancient trades in the known world is being a bricklayer. One of the most popular posts online was that of a bricklayer who was seeking advice on moving to Australia. From there, a myriad of advice and suggestions were given on the work of Australian bricklayers...
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