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  1. Jobs and work
    The number of jobs in Australia increased for the 15th month in a row in December, but employers may be holding off recruiting abroad because of visa changes due to take effect in March. Overall 2017 was the best year for jobs growth ever with figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics...
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    The jobs outlook in Australia is looking positive for skilled overseas workers with opportunities for engineers, IT experts and HR experts, according to the findings from the latest salary guide. Overall some 40% of employers expect permanent staff levels to increase in the year ahead, 70%...
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    IT professionals continue to be in high demand in Australia with a strong focus on security and Cloud experts across the country, new research shows. Certified security system architects and managers continue to be in short supply, with the growth of Cloud based technologies creating a need for...
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    New jobs adverts in Australia are increasing which means more job opportunities in the country with real estate and construction showing the biggest overall rise in demand. There were 2.7% more new roles advertised on SEEK in April compared with the same month in 2015 and while the rate of...
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    IT security specialists are in hot demand in Australia as the country's information and communications technology sector is seeing steady growth, it is claimed. It comes at a time when new job adverts as a whole are increasing, up 5.7% in February compared to the same time last year, according...
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    There has been a lot of talk recently about the demise of the resources industry in Australia but a new natural gas project off the coast of Western Australia could be set to boost the sector. The Gorgon LNG facility at Barrow Island is the largest ever private sector investment in Australia...
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    Learning Chinese could help Australians boost their career prospects but they need to make sure they learn the right kind of Chinese, according to former premier Kevin Rudd who is now Foreign Minister and in charge of the department's Chinese section. In a speech he told how he was a farmer's...
  8. Jobs and work
    Young people from Australia and Bangladesh now have the opportunity to work in each other's countries through a work and holiday arrangement that have come into effect this month. University educated Australian and Bangladesh travellers who are aged between 18 and 30 will now be able to work...
  9. Visas and immigration
    Australia's gain is another country's loss. As more and more skilled workers from various parts of the globe migrate to the land Down Under, underdeveloped countries continue to suffer the consequences. Lured by the increasing job opportunities, thousands of people from varying nationalities...
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