Tag Archives: Immigration

Australia’s skilled migration policy changed how and where migrants settle

Migration boost is bad news for Australia’s environment – we mustn’t ignore that - NepaliPage

Whether the skilled migration policy has been a success involves understanding whether or not highly educated immigrants are finding jobs that match their qualifications. Marco Amati, RMIT University; Joe Hurley, RMIT University; Qian (Chayn) Sun, RMIT University, and Siqin (Sisi) Wang, University of Southern California The Howard government (1996-2007) shifted …

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Local training is the best long-term solution to Australia’s skills shortages – not increased migration

Local training is the best long-term solution to Australia’s skills shortages – not increased migration - NepaliPage

Pi-Shen Seet, Edith Cowan University and Janice Jones, Flinders University In mid October, the New South Wales government’s top bureaucrats urged new Premier Dominic Perrottet to push for “an aggressive resumption of immigration levels” to spur post-pandemic economic recovery. Industry seized on this as the answer to skills shortages that …

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New occupation list announced for immigration intake 2017-18

International students and Australian permanent residency aspirants graduated and skilled in popular occupations such as Accounting, Nursing, Information Technology, and Engineering are now struggling to get an invitation - NepaliPage

The Australian government has announced new skilled occupation list for the year 2017/2018. The new skilled occupation list consists the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) and the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) formerly known as Skilled Occupations List (SOL) and Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL). The new MLTSSL …

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Why you should migrate to Australia?

Top Ten Reasons to move to Australia - NepaliPage

A new country, new people, new lifestyle, new environment and many new and challenging things are waiting for you while you relocate to a new country. You have a well-settled life back in the home still, you risk that. You are aware you have to start from the zero level …

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