Tuesday, 5 February 2013

Skilled Migration Program Australia - Skilled Engineers

Skilled Migration Program Australia  - Skilled Engineers  

Good morning !! Wishing you a great day ahead today.
It is 11.21am here in Malaysia, a sunny day today.
So here I am again bringing you today Australia's latest updates.

I have mentioned  a few times before that West Australia has been the best performing state in Australia. According to the latest job forecast for the year, West Australia has the best job growth outlook in Australia with Engineering still experiencing shortage for skilled workers. 

In building related engineering, steady vacancy levels exist across most of Australia and demand remains strong for senior level engineers, particularly in electrical design. Civil engineers and senior civil engineers are also in high demand. 
One area that is a little weaker is the public sector, due to a tightening of budgets while on the other hand, demand for project engineers and project managers has been particularly strong, as has the need for civil and electrical design staff.
In Western Australia, hydrologists and senior environmental advisors with mining project experience are also in strong demand. Mechanical engineers with experience working on resources processing and materials handling projects, especially gold and iron ore, are also being sought. There are recruitment difficulties reported for senior chemical engineers in specialist areas including water treatment and the oil and gas sector.
‘With the economy gathering pace, the mining sector remaining solid and the construction sector recovering, the demand for engineers must only grow,’ says the report. The EMDA model is forecasting that engineering positions will be growing at 3.6% per annum by May 2013 and this growth will mean that skills shortages in this category will worsen. Read more here...
Demand of engineers are caused by the booming mining industry where by skilled engineers are needed.

Here you go. For more information regarding skilled migration program in Australia, click here for a free assessment.

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