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29 Oct 07

UK ranks highly for immigration integration

A recent report by the British Council showed that the UK is one of the most welcoming countries for immigrants in Europe, with their policies for allowing foreign workers long-term residence given particular acknowledgement.
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26 Oct 07

Bay of Plenty targets New Zealand immigration

New Zealand's beautiful Bay of Plenty is targeting skilled workers in the UK for New Zealand immigration. Opportunities New Zealand Expos are being held in the UK this month and representatives of a regional development agency are conducting seminars.
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26 Oct 07

British economy boosted by UK immigration

A new government report reveals that the recent wave of UK immigration has directly affected the British economy for the better, with the report also indicating that the foreign-born workers who make up an eighth of the UK workforce are also believed to be more productive than native workers
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25 Oct 07

Opportunities for English teachers with New Zealand visas

British teachers who can teach English as a second language (ESL) will find more opportunities than ever in New Zealand after the government announced changes to the New Zealand immigration laws to benefit foreign students.
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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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24 Oct 07

Sweeping changes set for UK immigration

UK Immigration Minister Liam Byrne recently set out a year long program of "sweeping changes" to Britain's current immigration system and strategy during a speech to education, business, and local government representatives.
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23 Oct 07

Tax cuts will benefit Australian immigration

With elections looming and a substantial budget surplus, both the current Australian government and the opposition Labour party are offering tax cuts. People interested in Australian immigration will benefit from reduced "earning disincentives", according to economic experts.
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22 Oct 07

Australian IT skills shortage pushes salaries up

British IT professionals interested in Australian immigration can now look forward to international market salaries as Australian IT managers have been ranked in the top ten highest paid in the world.
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22 Oct 07

Growing demand for agricultural and natural resource management professionals with Australian visas

Australia is experiencing increasing demand for agricultural and natural resource management skills, according to the latest research. With job vacancies expected to rise 36 per cent over the next six years, people with qualifications and skills in this sector will find many career opportunities if they are interested in Australian immigration.
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22 Oct 07

4,000 UK-trained doctors without jobs could take up Australian immigration

There are approximately 4,000 UK-trained doctors who were left without jobs in 2007, the director of NHS Employers has said. With severe shortages of doctors and healthcare professionals in countries like Australia, many of these new doctors may consider Australian immigration.
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