Australia offers great job opportunities in the private and public sectors at all levels of expertise and across a range of key industries.
Even though the Australian economy is in a healthy state, jobs in Australia can still be hard to come by for non-English-speaking migrants. However, if you’ve got relevant skills and qualifications in your home country and now you’re thinking of taking your skills to Australia, your chances of finding work will be much better. Many migrants head to Australia with dreams of a better life: a stable environment, better living conditions and unlimited opportunities for employment.
While Australia is a great place to raise a family, finding a job in the land Down Under might not be as easy as you think. And where should you move to increase the possibilities of employment in your field? Have a look at a more specific breakdown of employment rates per state in 2015 as follows:
|Region||Working Age Population
|New South Wales||5,003,200||73.0||64.4||5.2||12.4|
|Australian Capital Territory||265,300||7.69||70.9||5.2||11.9|
Depending on your skillset and visa, this might be easy or this might be hard, but the opportunities are there. Best of luck.