• Which jobs are in most demand in Australia for foreign talent?

    Best answer: The occupations that are eligible for skilled work visas are listed on the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL), the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) or the Regional Occupation List (ROL). For all points tested unsponsored skilled immigration and state sponsored skilled immigration visas,... show more
    Best answer: The occupations that are eligible for skilled work visas are listed on the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL), the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) or the Regional Occupation List (ROL). For all points tested unsponsored skilled immigration and state sponsored skilled immigration visas, intending applicants must have their skills assessed by the assessing authority designated for that occupation. Each assessing authority determines the amount of work experience required for a particular occupation - this can vary for zero to 7 years or even longer depending on the occupation. Points test points are also available for certain levels of post-qualification work experience.
    https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/Trav/Work... Lists of eligible skilled occupations and links to visas

    The country of origin of workers is not taken into account - no limits apply.
    10 answers · 2 months ago
  • Wouldn't community gardens help in remote indigenous communities in Australia? Housing, yes but also growing food. Why not?

    Best answer: Sigh.. yes it seems logical. And many coastal, and near coastal, aboriginal communites do indeed have community gardens. Once you get more remote the issues explode tenfold. Some communities don't have money. Ie welfare is not paid in money. Their 'vouchers' can only be spent on crap from the... show more
    Best answer: Sigh.. yes it seems logical. And many coastal, and near coastal, aboriginal communites do indeed have community gardens. Once you get more remote the issues explode tenfold.

    Some communities don't have money. Ie welfare is not paid in money. Their 'vouchers' can only be spent on crap from the terrible stores. Lack of access to soil, seeds, water (irrigation) fertiliser, expertise, a bunnings, can be prohibitive. A program driving the initiative has to be implemented and maintained. An overhaul of their eating habits could take many years. And then you need the wholehearted support of elders who are probably very jaded with 'initiatives'. I think it's just in the 'too hard' basket. You really need a commited group of locals. And of it's not in their psyche then it just won't get off the ground.
    5 answers · 8 months ago
  • Why are the good guys good?

    i mean like, why should they be called good???
    i mean like, why should they be called good???
    12 answers · 1 year ago
  • Is Australia racist?

    Best answer: Yes more so then the UK but less so then USA.
    Best answer: Yes more so then the UK but less so then USA.
    15 answers · 1 year ago
  • Getting someone in trouble?

    Okay so last weekend i bought a pregnancy test with a friend at the self serve check outs at Woolworths, and there was a guy from my school there working as an assistant for people who couldn't work the self serves out, anyway we left the shop and he went over to the machine and read our receipt and has told... show more
    Okay so last weekend i bought a pregnancy test with a friend at the self serve check outs at Woolworths, and there was a guy from my school there working as an assistant for people who couldn't work the self serves out, anyway we left the shop and he went over to the machine and read our receipt and has told all of this friends that I bought a pregnancy test! Can he get fired for this?? What do I do?
    4 answers · 1 year ago
  • Where can I buy a Picnic mat?

    Best answer: What you're after is a PEVA backed backed picnic rug/blanket. I bought a smallish one from Kmart in Brisbane a couple of months ago. BCF stocks one measuring 3m x 3m which is large enough to double over for added... show more
    Best answer: What you're after is a PEVA backed backed picnic rug/blanket. I bought a smallish one from Kmart in Brisbane a couple of months ago. BCF stocks one measuring 3m x 3m which is large enough to double over for added protection.
    http://www.kmart.com.au/product/mega-tra...
    http://www.kmart.com.au/product/tartan-p...
    http://www.bcf.com.au/Product/Picnic-Rug...
    4 answers · 2 years ago
  • I have worked at Pizza Hut in Australia now for a while, I haven t signed any contracts, does this seem strange?

    I am 15 years old, I earn $ 10.40p/h I have worked at Pizza Hut in Australia for about 3 months, I can cut pizza wash up, serve and answer the phone. I have not signed on bit of paper to say I work here does this seem weird? I am apartntly also not entitled to extra money on weekends. Please help?
    I am 15 years old, I earn $ 10.40p/h I have worked at Pizza Hut in Australia for about 3 months, I can cut pizza wash up, serve and answer the phone. I have not signed on bit of paper to say I work here does this seem weird? I am apartntly also not entitled to extra money on weekends. Please help?
    5 answers · 2 years ago
  • Adderall in Australia?

    Can somebody point me in right direction to find adderall in Australia melb was thinking of getting on Craigslist if anyone has got of there or gotten in Australia plz share or pm if u like
    Can somebody point me in right direction to find adderall in Australia melb was thinking of getting on Craigslist if anyone has got of there or gotten in Australia plz share or pm if u like
    2 answers · 2 years ago
  • Working at JB, Harvey Norman, Eb Games,?

    I am 15 and I got Fired from Red Rooster and i am looking for anther job and i would like to work at JB HI FI, Harvey Norman, Eb games or some store like Big-W and i what to know what it would be like to work there and is there any requirements. I live in Australia BTW
    I am 15 and I got Fired from Red Rooster and i am looking for anther job and i would like to work at JB HI FI, Harvey Norman, Eb games or some store like Big-W and i what to know what it would be like to work there and is there any requirements. I live in Australia BTW
    1 answer · 2 years ago
  • Is an education in the psychology field worth it?

    Are psychologists in demand in Australia? It feels like a lot of people are going into this field and I m not sure if I ll be able to get a job with a good salary after graduating.
    Are psychologists in demand in Australia? It feels like a lot of people are going into this field and I m not sure if I ll be able to get a job with a good salary after graduating.
    4 answers · 2 years ago
  • How to become a model?

    Best answer: You submit your pictures and measurements to agencies and they will call you to come into their office if they think you are model material The big agencies in Australia are Chadwicks, Viviens, Priscillas, Chic, Scene, IMG, Dally's, London Mgmt Group So go to their websites, find the submission information,... show more
    Best answer: You submit your pictures and measurements to agencies and they will call you to come into their office if they think you are model material
    The big agencies in Australia are Chadwicks, Viviens, Priscillas, Chic, Scene, IMG, Dally's, London Mgmt Group
    So go to their websites, find the submission information, send in your pics and stats, and hope for the best
    4 answers · 2 years ago
  • Balisong knife in Australia NSW questions?

    Hey so I'm trying to get a butterfly knife in nsw Australia but am finding it difficult. Is there anyway to get one? Also would sendings the in seperate parts work or not? I can't seem to find much stuff about this online
    Hey so I'm trying to get a butterfly knife in nsw Australia but am finding it difficult. Is there anyway to get one? Also would sendings the in seperate parts work or not? I can't seem to find much stuff about this online
    1 answer · 2 years ago
  • When is it OK to 'haggle'?

    Best answer: You can haggle anytime but success is certainly based on the type of store, your approach and whether you can show it elsewhere at a lower price. If you find it at another store or even online make sure to bring proof of that price with you. If the store is sensible they will take into account the shipping costs... show more
    Best answer: You can haggle anytime but success is certainly based on the type of store, your approach and whether you can show it elsewhere at a lower price. If you find it at another store or even online make sure to bring proof of that price with you. If the store is sensible they will take into account the shipping costs that it would have cost you for delivery. The store manager should also point out that it's easier to support warranty and less hassle for you to buy the item locally if things do go wrong.

    Some stores will find your approach rather rude if you try to haggle without any basis, so remember to be polite and reasonable. They need to make money to stay in business and if everyone haggles they could be gone within a few months, so be considerate of their position too.
    7 answers · 2 years ago
  • Building your solid assets?

    2 answers · 2 years ago