May 14, 2021

If you have been granted one of the visas listed below and you are unable to make your first entry into Australia by the date specified in your Grant Notification letter, you should read the following important information.

  •  Skilled Independent (subclass 189 – Points-Tested and New Zealand Pathways)
  • Skilled Nominated (subclass 190)
  •  Skilled Regional (subclass 489)
  •  Skilled-Regional (subclass 887)
  • Skilled Work Regional (subclass 491)

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May 3, 2021

Did you even know that thanks to Office Word you are able to get lot’s of free tips, ideas, job descriptions and even a customized grammar corrector for Professional purposes?

And the best? This is all already included in your current Word software (Word for Microsoft 365 on Macs and Windows computers). 

Check the easy step by step we have prepared for you to easily start adding up some information and building your Resume, FOR FREE !

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March 29, 2021

If Australia’s surface is 7,741,220km² and it’s population is only 25,637,110 people (3.2 people/km² ! which is 0.8% of India’s density, or 1.54% of Nepal’s, or 13% of Brazil’s and 1.3% of Vietnam’s) then … Why not considering moving to a Regional Area of Australia where benefits are multiplying every year?

Regional Areas have always been a destination chosen by people that enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle and are looking to stay away from big and more polluted cities. Nonetheless, during the last year we witnessed an increasing  flow of international students moving from the main Australian cities to Regional areas.

The reasons? Let’s have a look at the benefits of moving to a Regional Area of Australia. Read More
March 22, 2021

If you have recently started to apply for jobs in Australia you might have realized that many employers will give you a quick call before inviting you for a face-to-face interview or trial. This is what the professionals in HR and Recruiting call Phone Screening. 

Do you feel in panic when they call you? Do you suddenly forget even what’s your name or struggle with Australian English accent? 

Well, let me tell you that it is absolutely normal. We will help you get prepared for the next Phone Interview and minimize the chances of panicking, while increasing the chances of getting that job!

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March 15, 2021

According to Fairwork, internships are types of on-the-job training. They can span different lengths of time and can lead to ongoing employment.

Since an intern has no employment relationship with the business providing the opportunity, interns are not entitled to a pay. Nonetheless, many companies decide to hire their successful interns upon termination of the program.

Who could benefit from an Internship?

  • Graduates seeking work experience after completing a tertiary qualification
  • International students or migrants looking for local work experience
  • People interested in changing careers.

What are some the benefits of completing an Internship program?

  1. Gain experience in your field
  2. Practice and up-skill
  3. Change careers
  4.  Acquire local experience
  5. Practice your English skills, especially business and technical English
  6. Networking
  7. Obtain a paid opportunity


“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” -Dr. Seuss



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March 1, 2021

The construction industry encompasses a wide range of professions. From labourers to Carpenters, Painters, Tilers, Engineers and Project Managers among many others.

With an increased tendency of people moving to regional areas and smaller cities, the impact in the construction industry is directly proportional. The exciting news is that within the following 3 years, this industry is expected to grow by 9.7%. 

International Students and temporary residents are often found working in this industry, where casual positions, sub contract and temporary jobs are a much common thing.  To be able to start working in the construction industry, there are some requirements all job seekers must comply with.

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February 8, 2021
February 8, 2021

Most international students in Australia opt to take advantage of their Working Rights in order to support their living and other expenses during their temporary stay in this country.

Usually, international students engage with the Hospitality industry as a first job in Australia performing as Waiter/tresses, Kitchen hand, Baristas or Bartenders. Another widespread industry between the students are the commercial and personal services, such as commercial cleaning, housekeeping and room attendance.

A fact is that for many international students, it could be the first time they will be engaging in those industries. Be it because it is their very first job ever, or because they have experience in a different industry; but anxiety, doubts and lack of skills are common feelings you can experience while facing your first job in Australia.

But we don’t want you to panic! There are few things you can do to get ready for your first job experience in this wonderful country,

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February 1, 2021

According to the most recent Australian Jobs Report , Health, Personal Service and Professional sectors are the industries with higher demand of workers nowadays. And what is interesting to see is that a large majority of people employed in those sectors (over 85%) have completed a Bachelor or higher degree. Nonetheless, there are also opportunities rising for those studying VET courses or those looking for, but who doesn’t qualify for a Master’s degree entry.

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January 21, 2021
January 21, 2021

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, a 61.8% of Australian population is employed. In South Australia the numbers are quite close to the national figures, 58.6% of SA’s population is employed.

A further analysis of the jobs advertised by January 2021 shows that an average of 5% of the ads published in two of the most popular job search platforms are actually offered in South Australia. Does this mean that people living in developed regions, such as NSW, will have better chances to find a job? Well the answer is NOT NECESSARILY. 

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January 4, 2021
January 4, 2021

Did you know this new Facebook´s feature?

Since its launching in 2017, more and more business are posting their Job Vacancies through the social platform as it offers a user-friendly design, allows to contact a wider audience, can use it from your Android or iOS devise and, the best, it doesn’t require a new Log In other than FB ! 

How can you apply for Jobs through Facebook?

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