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  1. Jobs and work
    The jobs market outlook in Australia is positive but the chances of getting a decent salary increase less so, according to the latest research. Some 66% of employers will increase salaries by less than 3% when they next review and a further 12% expect to offer no increases, says the latest...
  2. Visas and immigration
    It looks unlikely that plans to allow businesses in Australia to employ specialist professionals from overseas without a temporary 457 visa will go ahead. The proposals was first muted in 2014 in a paper published by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) but not much has...
  3. 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...
  4. Jobs and work
    Architects, professional practice accountants and sales people are the most in demand in Australia with opportunities likely to be around for years, according to recruitment experts. According to the latest Hays Quarterly Report of skills in demand, experienced professionals working in...
  5. General chit-chat and news
    New South Wales remains the most popular choice for new arrivals to Australia with more than have of them professionals. The state though has seen fewer arrivals that mirror a countrywide drop in migration, a new survey shows. The Department of Immigration and Citizenship's (DIAC) Settler...
  6. New member introductions
    Hi all, My name is Ahmed. I have done Masters in Computer Science form University of Karachi. I have been working at a US based offshore solutions (software development) company as IT Manager for about 7 years now. I am also certified on Oracle DBA track. though my job role does not revolve...
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