There are lots of job opportunities available now in Australia. They offer work in different fields, from accounting to translation/interpretation, and many more other jobs in between. Skilled workers are in great demand in Australia these days. According to a new report by the Victorian Employers Chamber of Commerce, Australia will have a skilled worker shortage, and will require 1.4 million additional workers by 2025, unless steps are taken. This is great news for many job seekers especially for Filipinos who are aspiring to fulfill their Australian dream of working and migrating in Australia.
Filipinos are known to be one of the world's most hardworking individuals. That is why lots of Filipino workers are scattered all over the world. In fact, many foreign employers prefer and request Filipino workers to be their employees because Filipinos are dedicated, hard working, and loyal, striving hard to be excellent in everything that they do. A large number of Filipinocommunities could be found in Australia. Over the years it has been a haven for Filipinos aspiring of a better work and a better life.
Australia attracts lots of immigrants and workers all over the world because of their economic stability. They are the only developed country who has managed to emerge from the global crisis. Continued economic growth and stability could only be maintained through removing barriers to work for older people, and boosting skilled immigration intake. Due to this, skilled worker migration is of the essence for them to be able to expand the workforce deficit.
One of the high paying skilled jobs in Australia is in the mining industry. Miners here has an ordinary earnings average of AU$92,014 per annum. Australia's wage is expected to continue rising faster than in any other western economies. Besides this, Australia is offering lots of benefits and incentives for its migrant workers, making it one of the premiere destinations not only for tourists, and now, also for working immigrants and especially for most of Filipino working aspirants.
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