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Tips on how to find a job in Australia

Posted on October 8, 2018
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Every year a number of immigrants move to Australia with dreams of a better life. Australia is a hot favorite among immigrants as it is a great place to live and work in.

Here are some tips which will come in handy while looking for a Job in Australia:

  1. Research your market: Some skills and roles are in high demand in Australia while others, not so much. The more you read and research about the market; the more you will understand where you fit in. It will be relatively easy if you have skills that are highly sought after. Also, if you are willing to live and work in regional or remote areas, there will be less competition, as per SEEK. com.
  2. Get the right Visa: Most of the Australian ads for jobs would require you to have “work authorization” in Australia. Employers may be willing to sponsor high skilled candidates if they are unable to find the required skills locally. Getting a Permanent Residency Visa is a great way to start. If you are from an eligible country, getting a Working Holiday Visa may also be a good option. You may be able to convince an employer to sponsor you for a full work visa.
  3. Learn about the Australian culture: It is necessary to learn about the Australian culture for you to fit in. Also, it is wise to learn the more frequently used phrases so that there is no miscommunication.
  4. Tailor your cover letter and resume: Tailor your resume so that it connects your experience to the benefits that the company can reap. You may want to put in details of your previous employer as your Australian employer may not have heard of your previous company. It is also important to address key issues in your cover letter. Employers are looking for the best candidate for an international job. Hence it is necessary that your resume focuses on your qualifications rather than the place you live in.
  5. Know your technology: It is becoming increasingly common these days for interviews to be conducted on Skype and other popular digital platforms. The employer may or may not use the platform that you prefer. Hence it is wise to have an account in all the popular digital platforms.
  6. Be prepared to take a step back: Your first job in Australia may not be the exact dream job that you were hoping for. However, it is necessary to get a foot in the door and be patient and gain some valuable Australian work experience. Some people may even need to do some voluntary work in Australia to get the local experience and employer contacts that one wants.

Y-Axis offers a wide range of Visa and Immigration products as well as services for aspiring immigrants including General skilled migration – Subclass 189 /190/489 with RMA review, General skilled migration – Subclass 189 /190/489, Work Visa for Australia, Visit Visa for Australia, and Business Visa for Australia.

If you are looking to Study, Work, Visit, Invest or Migrate to Australia, talk to Y-Axis, the World’s No.1 Immigration & Visa Consultant.

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