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08 Nov 07

IT market survey highlights shortage of skilled staff with Australian visas

British specialist IT professionals considering Australian immigration can look forward to salaries up to 30 per cent higher than market rates as staff shortages bite across the country. Technicians with experience in disciplines such as .Net and Java are commanding premiums significantly above the five per cent pay increase received by the general IT market.
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08 Nov 07

Latest SEEK Australian employment index shows demand remains strong

The Australian labour market continues to provide opportunities for people applying for Australian visas, according to the latest SEEK Employment Index. The index measures the ration of new job ads to job applications and the October 2007 report reveals that demand for skilled labour remains strong across all the Australian states.
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07 Nov 07

Western Australian recruits conservation workers for Australian immigration

The Western Australian state government is running a campaign to attract people from overseas with conservation, biodiversity and environmental protection qualifications to apply for Australian visas and work for the Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC).
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06 Nov 07

IT contractors with Australian visas - hourly rates up 23 per cent

Western Australia's economic boom is dramatically driving up contractor rates for IT professionals as the continuing resources bonanza leads to severe skilled worker shortages. British IT professionals applying for Australian visas will find the contracting market provides financial benefits as well as lifestyle flexibility.
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05 Nov 07

Top job opportunities for mathematicians and statisticians through Australian immigration

British-trained mathematicians considering Australian immigration will find exciting opportunities as the country experiences a skills shortage in this area. This is despite Australia's "reputation for world-class and innovative mathematical research" according to professor Iain Johnstone of Stanford University.
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31 Oct 07

Australian IT skill shortage is a key issue

Australia's IT skills shortage is a key issue for businesses, in some cases the inability to find staff is preventing firms from accepting contracts. Australian immigration by qualified and experienced British IT professionals is urgently required.
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30 Oct 07

Australian IT firms win big deals but need skilled people with Australian visas

Australian IT firms have recently signed significant contracts for work, including some with international involvement, but they are finding it difficult to hire enough qualified staff and need Australian immigration to fill the gaps.
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30 Oct 07

Tradespeople with Australian visas can name their price

Australia is facing a serious shortage of skilled tradespeople, who can now charge higher rates for their work, according to the senior executive director of industry policy for the Housing Industry Association (HIA). British tradespeople with skills and experience will find themselves in high demand if they obtain an Australian visa.
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29 Oct 07

Australian visas for British high school teachers

Australian state secondary school principals are calling for government support in their bid to attract and retain qualify teaching staff. Sponsoring British teachers for Australian visas is seen as an important measure in solving the quality teacher shortage in Australia.
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24 Oct 07

The 'future looks rosy' for Australian immigration

Demand for Australia's natural mineral resources shows no sign of receding and mining companies are posting record production reports and profits. The skills shortage continues to be felt and there are many opportunities for skilled workers with Australian visas.
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24 Oct 07

Calls for one million extra people in the Australian workforce

The skills shortage in Australia's economy is being labelled the "success disease" and the Business Council of Australia has called on the new government to bring at least one million extra people into the workforce to lift productivity. Australia's economic boom is fuelling demand for skilled Australian immigration.
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