Australia Forum banner

Discussions Showcase Albums Media Media Comments Tags Marketplace

1-5 of 5 Results
  1. Jobs and work
    Australia is set to tighten visa rules for overseas doctors with the removal of a number of health professional positions from the official skilled occupation list which provides visa access for foreigners. The government has flagged 15 health occupations, including medical specialists, which...
  2. Jobs and work
    An ageing population means that doctors and nurses from overseas are likely to continue being in demand in Australia. Data suggests that the older generation in the country is set to continue growing by 3.5% each year until 2022 and migration policies are to be adjusted to attract and retain...
  3. Jobs and work
    Australia needs over 26,000 doctors and 47,700 new nurses and many of them are likely to be recruited from overseas, especially from the UK where they currently feel underpaid and over worked. Qualified medical professionals from the UK in particular often look to Australia as a place to work...
  4. Jobs and work
    There are likely to be more jobs for nurses, midwives, physiotherapists and dieticians in Australia in 2105, according to health service recruiters. Recruitment firms forecast steady employment growth across the health sector next year as new hospitals in several states open their doors, while...
  5. Jobs and work
    Nursing is one occupation that is high on people's list of dream jobs when they consider moving to Australia. It's also on the official list for skilled workers. For one couple, Edgar and Harriet Amago from the Philippines, being able to work as nurses in Australia is a real dream come true...
1-5 of 5 Results
Top