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Australia welcomes Skilled Migrant Workers

March 2014, 04
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Australia welcomes Skilled Migrant Workers
Britain has been a constant and a strong source of skilled migrants for companies ‘Down Under’ (refers to Australia and New Zealand). Even then, the requirement of the foreign workers is reaching its height. The company, ‘World Mover Anglo Pacific’, is driving the candidates to grab the opportunity and moment because more than 60% of its business is accounted for by Australia and New Zealand.

Sales Director for Anglo Pacific, a British company, Jason Diggs, stated that skill shortages are becoming extensive across New Zealand and Australia. Both the nations are striving to fill the skilled positions with their nations’ talent alone. He stated that more than 60% of their export business goes to Australia and New Zealand and feels that the figures will make further progress as 2014 unfolds.

In December 2013, a prominent business group of Australia had urged the federal government to immediately increase the intake of the migrants to 220,000 for 2014/2015 to make up the growing skill shortages. Innes Willox, Chief Executive of The Australian Industry Group has said, that while upskilling the current work force, wider skilled programs will be essential to extend its help in clearing the way to future growth.

Innes justified that it is necessary for more number of trained migrants to remedy Australia’s high rate of unemployment and the population growth, ageing work force effects (About 17% of the employees are above 55 years) and the skill shortages in engineering, mining, health and infrastructure. As the property market is experiencing a significant rise, there could be future shortages in commercial and residential constructions as this year progresses, he said.

It is anticipated that the engineering sector could experience the same fate because of the reason that most senior specialists are either seeking to retire or seeking jobs overseas, due to a lack of feasible and viable projects during the last 12 months .The engineering skills gaps are evident, especially in rail projects, oil and gas and mining.

By 2025, Australia will be in need of 2.8m workers with 'higher-skilled qualifications' according to the Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency.

Jason Diggs has stated that Australia prefers skilled workers from UK in particular for their contribution economically.

The communications and media manager for ‘The Migration Institute of Australia’, Dani Malone, valued partner of Anglo Pacific agrees that it is a thrilling time to migrate to Australia. She said since September 2012, a new government has been in command and is lending its encouragement and support to skilled individuals and families to migrate to the land ‘Down Under’.

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