Specialists in international removals, Interdean, have commented on the recent news that skill shortages are becoming widespread across Australia and that numerous industries are calling for skilled expatriates to relocate there in order to make up the shortfall.
Australia has recently seen a boom in demand for skilled positions in certain sectors. Key industries such as construction, healthcare, engineering and mining are all seeking skilled workers. It . . . → Read More: Interdean States Australian Skill Shortages are Creating Job Opportunities for Expats
Glasgow Sees Boost in Jobs Opportunities Overseas
Scots might be able to start dreaming about starting a new life in Canada, Australia, or New Zealand following a proclamation at the SECC that stated that this dream will soon be a reailty. This is due to the fact that there are now many new jobs available in these countries that will help boost immigration into the countries.
New . . . → Read More: Glasgow Sees Boost in Job Opportunities Overseas
Interdean international removal experts have issued a statement regarding recent news that there are many Australian cities that are affordable for expats.
An Australia Forum report found that many of Australia’s cities are no longer in the list of the 30 most expensive places for expats to move to in the world. In fact, the new biannual cost of living in either Canberra or Sydney placed the . . . → Read More: Interdean examines the expat cost of living in Australia
There are many Australian traditions, but one of the big rites of passage is heading off west and working abroad for a couple of years. London has for decades been the city of choice for young, eager Aussies to sample life outside of the sun, surf and sangers (sandwiches). Granted the numbers have slowed in recent years thanks to the recession, but those who can make . . . → Read More: The great Aussie tradition of working abroad still exists
A new English tutoring programme has started in Sydney, Australia for the both International students and the children of migrants from countries that are non English speaking. Australia prides itself on its multicultural society, but the fact remains that to take optimum participation in today’s Australian society being proficient in English is vital.
This is particularly true for children of migrants coming from non‐English speaking countries, and . . . → Read More: English tutoring programme in Sydney expands
Just 60 miles away from Adelaide is certainly one of the most picturesque destinations in the whole of South Australia. This area is known as the Barossa Valley. Mostly people here just refer to it as the Barossa, and it is an area that is famous for its quaint historic towns and notable vineyards. If you are coming to this area it is important to consider . . . → Read More: Experiencing the grandeur of Barossa Valley
On September 4th 2010 an earthquake struck Christchurch, New Zealand only to be followed by a second more devastating earthquake months later. The earthquake of February 22nd 2011 cost 200 people their lives and dramatically changed the face of the South Island’s largest city. Although the recent tragedy in Japan has diverted attention away from the earlier natural disasters in New . . . → Read More: Boom in Construction in the aftermath of the Christchurch Earthquake