This part of our guide to moving to Australia focuses on finding a job in Australia.
Like other English-speaking countries, Australia is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all, and your qualifications and work experience (and to lesser extent flexibility) will determine your occupation, not your nationality.
Depending on your qualifications and experience, the job prospects in some parts of Australia may be better than anywhere else. For example, if you have experience working in a manufacturing company, you are more likely to find a suitable job in Melbourne, and to a lesser extent, you can find Adelaide. If you have ever worked in a financial company, Sydney is the main employment center, and for those with a resource background, Perth is worth a visit. However, you may have to live in a big city, where there is less competition for jobs.
Bring any qualifications, certifications, and references you may have during the migration. However, please remember that they can be officially recognized by the government during the immigration process, but this does not mean that potential Australian employers will do so. Generally speaking, local qualifications are more popular than other qualifications. Most immigrants to Australia will greatly improve their career prospects by obtaining Australian qualifications after immigrating.
Likewise, the experience you gained while working outside Australia will not be considered as working in Australia at the time. There is nothing to hide, it’s just that employers are more willing to hire people who work for the company they have heard of than lesser-known people from another country. This does not mean that your previous work experience is irrelevant, nor is it completely irrelevant. It is just that you will find yourself at a disadvantage when looking for a job, which is also adopted by people with foreign work experience. Therefore, you must be willing to engage in smaller jobs (in terms of required skills and wages) until you have local experience.
Apply for a job in Australia
Hundreds of job vacancies are posted online and in the print media every day, but you cannot apply for any of them, even though you meet the qualifications for most positions. The best way is to submit your resume to various resume databases searched by hundreds of recruiters every day, or submit your resume to recruitment agencies that maintain their own resume database and apply on behalf of candidates. When the employer chooses you to work, they will contact you via email.
But there are several sites that can do this for you for free.