Australian Employers Seek Skilled Employers

02 Jul 2015


Immigration News

Skill shortages are emerging in the Australian job market with 15% of the employers are reporting that they have recently been experiencing difficulty in filling the positions and many would have to look abroad.

It means that they are looking to move to Australia in occupations where skills are essential such as accountancy, finance, Engineering , technical and sales as well as marketing.  These individuals may get sponsored for the visa, according to the 2015 Hays salary Guide.

Around 62% employers belonging to Australia consider to employ or sponsor qualified expat or overseas candidate in the skill shortage areas.  These employers are facing tight labour market, especially for high skilled professional in high skill industries.

The welcome increase in permanent hiring is further adds pressure the delicate demand as well as supply balance. This highlights the need for employers to continue innovating in order to attract candidates.  This is especially important since nearing to 36% of employers have told us that they expect their permanent staff levels to increase in the year ahead, he added.

The welcome increase in permanent hiring is further adds pressure to the delicate demand as well as supply balance. It highlights the need for the employers to continue to be innovative in order to be attract the candidates. This is especially important since 36% of the employers have told us that they expect their permanent staff levels to increase in the year ahead, he added.

 He explained, for jobseekers, this offers a great opportunity to secure a job which can offer them career advancement or long term career progression.  Their focus should be on the long term career objective rather than term financial benefits. Presently the market can help in providing opportunities they require to get their career where they desire to be.

Nearing to 14% of employers are finding difficulty in recruiting in accountancy and finance, 12% in sales and marketing and in technical positions, 10% in IT and 9% in engineering.

The reports also state that about 57% employers have a belief that the skill shortage has the potential to hamper the effective operation of their business or department.

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