If any part of the world’s economy has experienced a period of prosperity in the past decade, Australia’s economy will continue to improve. The economy is one of the first to emerge in the global recession. It continues to attract skilled foreign workers to fill employment opportunities in Australia.
The Australian economy has developed from the manufacturing industry some time ago to the service industry now. Like many other developing economies in the world, the service industry is the engine room of the Australian economy. But at the same time, the job market is not just the service industry. For years, Australia has been one of the world’s leading mining centers and has a large number of natural resources.
Working conditions in Australia
Although it is often dangerous to experience similar conditions when traveling abroad. There are strong similarities between working conditions in Australia and those in the UK. From Monday to Friday, the average working time per week is about 37 hours, including overtime, getting off work and vacation after work, and sick leave. In Australia, improvements in working conditions have been well documented, and for developing countries and economies, this is a natural progression.
In order to let you understand the gap between Australia’s service industry and other industries, there are more than 11 million available workers here, of which 75% are in the service industry and 21.1% in the industry. Australia’s unemployment rate rose from 4.2% in 2008 to 5.7% in 2009. Although as the economy recovers from the global recession, the unemployment rate is expected to return to a low level.
Over the years, a large part of the Australian workforce has been made up of skilled overseas workers. Since the economy has entered a stage of development and can now be described as developed. It is unlikely that we will see the same number of overseas skilled workers move to Australia in the short to medium term.
Where to work in Australia
There are many different regions that provide employment opportunities in Australia. Although the vast majority of expatriates may go to one of the major cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, and Adelaide. These areas are the highest cost of living in Australia with the highest work activities are concentrated.
Although Australia still has many job opportunities, the government has begun to reduce the number of foreign skilled workers. As Australia’s domestic workforce develops and adopts its own new skills. We are likely to see a further decrease in the number of skilled workers from abroad. However, there is no doubt that immigrants have played an important role not only in the development of Australia. But also in the development of the Australian economy.