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  1. Jobs and work
    The latest bi-annual update to the skilled occupation list in Australia for people seeking visas to work in the country has been published. The six monthly update follows the review conducted by the Department of Jobs and Small Business in late 2017 and it adds and takes off certain occupations...
  2. Jobs and work
    Hi everyone Can anyone tell me whether this course is suitable keeping the SOL in mind . This is the name of the course : Master of Business( Enterprise resource planning Systems) The course is offered by Victoria University Please help me out
  3. Visas and immigration
    The medium and long term strategic skills list in Australia which contains the occupations eligible for general skilled visas is unlikely to change at the beginning of 2018. In July 2017 it was announced that as part of a package of reforms to skilled migration visas the list would be updated...
  4. Visas and immigration
    The Australian Government has updated the occupations lists for a range of temporary and permanent skilled visas, with the new lists effective from this weekend. According to Immigration Minister Peter Dutton the update will ensure the lists continue to reflect genuine skill needs in the labour...
  5. Jobs and work
    The resources and energy industry and Australia is hoping that a number of key jobs in high priority positions will be permitted under new visa changes for skilled overseas visa applications which come into force in a few days. The Australian Mines and Metals Association (AMMA) says that...
  6. Jobs and work
    Medical doctor jobs are expected to stay on the skilled occupation list in Australia in 2017 despite campaigning for them to be removed. It means that overseas doctors, including GPs, surgeons and anaesthetists will still be able to seek a visa for a job under the skilled migration visa...
  7. Jobs and work
    More than 50 occupations could be removed from the list compiled every year by Australian authorities for the jobs that are most likely to need skilled professionals from overseas. It has already been said that the Department of Health wants a number of jobs, including GPS removed from the...
  8. Visas and immigration
    A new Skilled Occupation List (SOL) is in place in Australia for 2015/2016 with some jobs being added, others taken off and some 51 flagged as having less demand. The list suggests that there is likely to be less need in the future for accountants, GPs, solicitors, engineers, vets, chefs and...
  9. 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...
  10. Jobs and work
    Panel beaters and cabinet makers have been added to Australia's Skilled Occupation List (SOL) which means they can apply for a visa under the country's skilled migration programme. Cabinet makers and panel beaters have been added to Australia's Skilled Occupation List. Urban and regional...
  11. Visas and immigration
    The recommendations from the Independent Review into the much-talked-about Australian 457 visa programme have been broadly welcomed. The report, titled Robust New Foundations, contains 22 recommendations which will now be considered by the government. Immigration Minister Scott Morrison has...
  12. Visas and immigration
    Australia's skilled occupation list, which identifies those jobs that need to be urgently filled, is 'seriously flawed', according to a damning new report from two immigration experts. The report from Monash University's Centre for Population and Urban Research also says that the country's...
  13. Jobs and work
    A row has broken out in Australia as to whether or not the country has enough qualified accountants, with claims that there is no need to recruit abroad. Accountants are named on the official overseas skilled jobs list, published by the Department of Immigration and Border Control (DIBP), but...
  14. Visas and immigration
    Australia needs more chefs, bricklayers and tilers, with these professions being added to the official Skilled Occupation list for July. More chefs are needed to meet a shortfall due to growth in the hospitality, tourism and construction sectors and there are not enough qualified skilled...
  15. Visas and immigration
    Hello All, I am a graduate with Non-IT specialization. I have more than 9 years of experience in IT Industry specially in the development and support projects. I am into project management in IT for the past 3 yrs, responsible for the project delivery. I am looking to migrate to Australia...
  16. Visas and immigration
    The new Skilled Occupation List has been released and would be made effective on July 1, 2010. There are just 181 occupations in the new list which government points to a shift of work immigration policy from a supply based listing to a system driven by demand to directly address areas in the...
  17. Visas and immigration
    Australia's education system is considered among the best in the world. International students enrolled in various schools and universities in the different parts of the country have continued to increase. "That would go on," Senator Chris Evans Minister for Immigration and Citizenship recently...
  18. Jobs and work
    Australia is still pretty much in need of cooks and chefs to work in the country's renowned food industry. Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Senator Chris Evans, in a press statement said that highly qualified chefs and cooks would continue to be welcome in Australia under a range of...
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