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15 Feb 08

Thousands flock to take working holidays in Australia

Skilled migration into Australia among gap year students is booming following the release of government figures this week, which revealed that some 145,000 grants for Australia-sponsored visas are expected to be processed by the end of fiscal 2007 - a 10,000 hike on the year 2006-07.
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15 Feb 08

Aggressive IT recruitment drive could boost Australian immigration

A new study by market intelligence provider IDC has revealed that Australia’s information technology sector is set to be worth AUS $15 billion (£6.9 billion) by 2011, with Australian immigration set to fuel this booming industry.
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13 Feb 08

Australia needs skilled immigrants to meet labour needs, says report

Australian immigration is required to meet the country's growing labour requirements, a new report has claimed.

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13 Feb 08

Australian immigration could solve skills shortage

Australian immigration could be considered by the country's government as a key tool to ending its shortage of key skills, it has emerged.

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13 Feb 08

Australian skills shortage in accountancy

Australian employers face a skills shortage in accounting and finance professionals, it has been suggested.
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12 Feb 08

Tourism staff shortages could encourage Australian immigration

Widespread staff shortages in the Australian tourism industry could be good news for people considering Australian immigration. Businesses in the eastern states, in particular, are looking for workers to fill the gaps created by the skills shortage. The shortage is said to be affecting tour operators and travel agents, and has been a growing problem for the past 18 months.
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12 Feb 08

IT professionals think they're 'hot stuff', taking advantage of Australian immigration

The majority of IT professionals in Australia consider themselves to be in demand, according to a survey. The research, by technology recruitment company Diversiti, has revealed that 72 per cent of IT professionals see themselves as "hot" or "in demand". The news may come as an encouragement to IT professionals in the UK who are considering Australian immigration.
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07 Feb 08

Australian immigration could be the solution to shipyard skills shortage

A shipyard in Australia has highlighted the need for a solution to the skills-shortage problem in the country. One of the solutions which is being suggested is an increase in Australian immigration. INCAT, a Tata Technologies Company, has said that the lack of workers has slowed its production of ferries.
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06 Feb 08

Whyalla builder shortage: Australian immigration needed

The city of Whyalla is suffering from a labour shortage in its building industry. Calls have been made to get workers in from outside the city, which could lead to an increase in Australian immigration. Skilled workers are needed in the area to make up for the industry boom that Whyalla is enjoying.
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05 Feb 08

Report reveals need for Australian immigration boost

Australia needs to solve the problem of its labour shortage by boosting Australian immigration by 30 per cent within the next 20 years, according to a report. In a paper written for the Academy of Social Sciences Experts it says that Australian immigration will be particularly vital once the baby boomer generation starts to retire.
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04 Feb 08

Australian immigration campaign launched in UK

Australia is launching a new campaign to try and promote Australian immigration to people in the UK, which will feature slogans such as "Screw Staines, hello Adelaide". The aggressive campaign will also feature phrases such "Sod London house prices" as the Australian government aims to promote Australian immigration in order to solve skills shortages.
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