Melbourne, Australia (PressExposure) July 08, 2011 -- As Australia bounces back from the effects of the global financial crisis, the country's unemployment rate is said to have held steady for the last seven months. This is said to be driven by a better than expected rise in full time employment.
Australia's hiring is being stoked up by a resource windfall as China and India, two countries that account for more than a third of the world's population, increase their demand for minerals and energy; thus, further boosting the country's mining industry.
Australia's job market is in reasonable shape nowadays, and now is a good time for people who are seeking jobs to apply for work in Australia.
If you are seeking employment in Australia, you can engage National Visas' online jobs database system, National Visas Job Search.
National Visas Job Search lets job seekers find a job or investigate your employment opportunities in Australia.
With over 50,000+ jobs in Australia available online now, National Visas Job Search system can help job seekers access these jobs online.
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Now you find a job as well as access a range of employment resources that can assist you in establishing a new career in Australia.
In order to legally work in Australia, there are several Australian work visa options that are available for you to choose from.
Two of the most common Visa Programs that allow you to work legally in Australia are:
1.Skilled Visa Program
2.Employer Sponsored Visa Program
The Skill Stream of Australia's Skilled Visa Program is specifically designed to target skilled workers who have skills in particular occupations required in Australia to help address specific skill shortages within the Australian workforce and enhance the size and skill level of the Australian labor force.
Under this program, skilled professional, trades person or student graduating from an Australian university who is not sponsored by an Australian employer and has skills in particular occupations required in Australia have the following skilled visa options to choose from:
Skilled Independent Visa
A permanent work visa for Australia for people with skills in demand in the Australian labor market who meet the required points test pass mark of 65 points and all of the basic eligibility requirements for this visa.
Skilled Sponsored (State / Territory) Visa
A permanent visa for people who are nominated by a participating state or territory government and meet the required points pass mark of 65 points.
Skilled Sponsored (Aust. Relative) Visa
A permanent work visas Australia for people who are sponsored by an eligible relative living in Australia and meet the required points pass mark of 65 points.
Skilled Regional Sponsored (State / Territory) Visa
A three year provisional visa for people who are sponsored by an eligible relative living in a designated area of Australia and meet the required points pass mark of 65 points.
Skilled Regional Sponsored (Australian Relative) Visa
A three year provisional work visa in Australia for people who are nominated by a participating state/territory government and meet the required points pass mark of 65 points.
Skilled Graduate (Onshore Temporary) Visa
An 18 month temporary visa for graduates of recognized overseas educational institutions who have skills in demand in Australia.
The Employer Sponsored Visa Program is for lawfully operating Australian and overseas employers who cannot fill a position with an Australian worker or by training Australian workers.
Thru this visa, they can sponsor and employ skilled workers who have recognized qualifications and skills/or experience in particular occupations required in Australia.
The Employer Sponsored Visas are:
Business Sponsored Temporary 457 (Subclass 457) Visa
A temporary visa for people who have an offer of sponsorship from a business and are able to work in Australia for a period of up to four years.
ENS Sponsored Permanent (Subclass 121/ 856) Visa
A permanent visa for highly skilled people who are sponsored by Australian businesses in specific full time positions that cannot be filled by Australian workers or by training Australian workers.
Please take note that there are other Australian working visa programs that can allow you to work in Australia.