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Old 02-20-2017, 04:43 AM
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Unfortunately you may not be able to get a job in your expertise until after your get PR. From what I have seen alot of the people that have issues getting jobs are the professional jobs as in accountants and IT especially as we have an oversupply in some areas.

You will need to get your degree recognised in Australia too as without having that done you may face other issues too of them thinking it is not recognised in Australia.
Oh yea, I heard that Australia already has lots of people of my qualification/experience. I would either convert my UK ACCA qualification into the Australian CA/CPA (apparently would only need to do the last level) or do a Master Degree/MBA. I'll have to look for a forum to get advises on this...

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This shows you who will assess for each state: https://internationaleducation.gov.a...cognition.aspx

Having had it done in the UK you should be right. Having it assessed it better than doing CPA or master as for those you would be considered an international student.

You will need to bring the degree and transcript of the subjects with you when you come to Australia. I believe that it takes 3 months to get the results back. After that then you can include in your resume that it has been recognised in Australia.

Which city will you be in? I heard that Sydney as alot of jobs but then they have more people to compete against too.

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This shows you who will assess for each state: https://internationaleducation.gov.a...cognition.aspx

Having had it done in the UK you should be right. Having it assessed it better than doing CPA or master as for those you would be considered an international student.

You will need to bring the degree and transcript of the subjects with you when you come to Australia. I believe that it takes 3 months to get the results back. After that then you can include in your resume that it has been recognised in Australia.

Which city will you be in? I heard that Sydney as alot of jobs but then they have more people to compete against too.
Thank you Mish, I shall have a look. Infact I did the ACCA in Mauritius but it is a UK qualification and certified by them.

I shall be in Melbourne and I'm sure Melbourne too would be as competitive as Sydney...

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I don't know where you live, but finding work at wineries this time of year might be a possibility, with in a winery or a vineyard. Ag work is hard, but because it's often more short term, in my experience, as long as you have valid work rights, the length of your visa is less important.

Obviously this doesn't mean too much if you live in Sydney for example. But Melbourne, Adelaide, and Perth would probably offer opportunities.


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I don't know where you live, but finding work at wineries this time of year might be a possibility, with in a winery or a vineyard. Ag work is hard, but because it's often more short term, in my experience, as long as you have valid work rights, the length of your visa is less important.

Obviously this doesn't mean too much if you live in Sydney for example. But Melbourne, Adelaide, and Perth would probably offer opportunities.
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That's simply not true Mania.

The entire time I was in Australia on my WHV I worked in the agriculture and was paid the award rate for the industry. All of agriculture is covered by the various award schemes, so if you're getting paid $10/hour you have a dishonest employer, and should probably report them. The exception to this being if you are being paid piece work of course. The lowest award rate (for adults), as far as I know, is around $18/hour for casuals.


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