Every year several thousands of Indians immigrate to Australia with the aim of settling in the Land of Kangaroos. However, many of them find it tough to find a job in Australia. It is not due to the lack of qualifications but because of unfamiliarity with in-demand jobs for immigrants.
Australia releases an annual list known as the MSOL that consists of all the in-demand occupations for that year. You can easily find a job in Australia from the MSOL with accurate knowledge, qualifications, and skills.
We have here briefly described the top 3 options for Indians to find a job in Australia:
Australia offers 3 major immigration pathways for skilled immigrants:
Skilled Independent Visa is also known as a Subclass 189 Visa and it is a Permanent Residency Visa. It permits you to settle in Australia without State Sponsorship or job offer. The chief criterion for this Subclass Visa is good proficiency in English and an affirmative report for skills assessment. It is a favorite choice for overseas nationals including Indians due to the minimum eligibility criteria.
Skilled Nominated Visa is also known as a Subclass 190 Visa and it is a Permanent Residency Visa of Australia. It permits you to indefinitely settle in Australia. As suggested by the name of the Visa, you will require a nomination from a state to qualify for submitting the application.
The Australia 482 Visa enables employers to cater to the scarcity of workers by choosing skilled overseas workers. They are brought in for filling suitable job positions in the Australian labor market. It is also known as the Temporary Skill Shortage –TSS Visa authorizes its holder to remain in Australia for up to 4 years.
Reports for skills assessment are offered by appropriate authorities for assessing skills. It is an organization that confirms if your skills are on par with the standards required for working in a specific occupation. The agency also assists you in proving your qualifications overseas.
The complete list of all qualified skilled occupations for suitable occupations is specified in these four occupation lists:
LinkedIn chiefly provides Senior or Executive and White-collar jobs targeted at all job applicants – natives or immigrants. Out of every 4 Australians, 1 is registered on LinkedIn. This makes it one of the highly favorite job search platforms in Australia.
LinkedIn Australia consists of a 6 million-plus job seekers’ database consisting of profiles in all sectors. The unique feature of LinkedIn is its option to connect and interact with potential employers or colleagues.
Since its launch in 1997, SEEK is the #1 job site in Australia. It has a database of 13 million-plus job seekers. Out of every 4 Australians, 3 are registered on Seek.
Thousands of job opportunities are available to job seekers on a regular basis on Seek. It offers career advice and company reviews apart from an enhanced facility for the storage of resumes. Job applicants can also keep a track of their job applications via the system for tracking applications in Seek.
Popular as the pathway to public service jobs in Australia, APS Jobs is a platform for the agencies of the Government. It is for advertising their open job positions and publishing specific employment decisions like Graduate Programs and promotions. Job seekers are also offered general information o this job portal.
The job portal also permits its users to create profiles for receiving job alerts via email. This is when the job positions that they are seeking are published in ads.
Exhaustive ranges of job opportunities are available on APS. These include technical, management, and entry-level positions including supporting project administration, and policy roles.
Australia’s top graduate recruitment specialist, Grad Connect is a free portal. It assists candidates in searching for internships and graduate jobs from leading employers in Australia.
Job seekers can research the companies on the portal and interact with graduates on forums. They can also be identified by employers who access their student profiles on Grad-Connection.
NSW or New South Wales in Australia has revised its occupation list for Subclasses 491 and 190 Visas effective from 15th December 2020:
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