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CAUTIONARY TALE ON CHOOSING COURSES

CAUTIONARY TALE ON CHOOSING COURSES

It is not unusual for the immigration department to update its internal assessment policies relating to the grant certain types of visas. These changes mean that similar cases applied at different points of time might result in different outcomes. (more…)

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As an international student, it is important for you to know a bit more about the Responsible Service of Alcohol (more commonly known as the “RSA”).

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The 485 was created as part of the General Skilled Migration (GSM) reforms introduced in September 2007, and its purpose was to enable recent graduates whose occupation was on the SOL (skilled occupation list) to have an additional 18 months stay with full work rights to be able to gain work experience in their field.

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As some of you know, it is possible for some people to come to Australia on a temporary visa which allows you work and have a holiday!
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Almost every country has a day they claim to celebrate their home and the people that make it special.

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Every wednesday, EMSA provides a job list for Melbourne, Gold Coast and Brisbane.

Every wednesday, EMSA provides a job list for Melbourne, Gold Coast and Brisbane.

Getting invited for an interview by a prospective employer is normally a good sign that you are on the right track to gaining employment.

In this day and age, everything can be found online and with Linkedin becoming such a critical part of candidate sourcing process, recruiters typically have a good idea of your background and history before they even meet you.

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Our job list is exclusive

EMSA provides a weekly job list on its Facebook page.

It can be really motivating to look through job advertisements, imagining yourself nailing that interview or envisioning yourself in your ideal job. But no matter what, before you hit the “submit” button on a job site, pause for a minute to evaluate the quality of your resume.

 

Understanding a couple of tips can help you create a winning resume, that is going to get noticed and speak for you to the employers.

 

Tips for making a superior resume:

 

Be concise

It is important to ensure that your resume is under two pages long, especially when you are a fresh graduate. This implies skipping superfluous detail and abstaining from ‘drifting’. So it’s always best to keep it concise and to the point and just incorporate the essential information.

 

Preferred Format

Make it a point to write your telephone number, email and address under your name so the hirer knows how to contact you.

 

Think about including as a short objective or professional summary which tells the employer your career goals and interests. When they like what they read in the initial three sentences, it will urge them to continue reading to take in more about you.

 

Write about your employment history next. Verify that you give dates to indicate the time you’ve spent in each of your past jobs. List your educational qualifications, prepare your skills, show off your accomplishments, and afterwards give a rundown of your interests and quality references. Interests and hobbies, however, shouldn’t take up an excessive amount of significant space.

 

What to avoid

It’s always better to avoid elements like your age or, your relationship status, or any medical issues or handicaps as employers may be able to use it to discriminate against you.

 

Keep it basic

Ensure that there are no sentence or spelling errors by reviewing the document thoroughly using spell-checker. It’s always best to keep it basic. Pick a clear text style with a size 11 font and use dark shading as this is usually easiest and simplest to read. It really helps to get feedback from a professional consultant.

 

Also, don’t forget that EMSA provides a weekly job list on our Facebook.

 

 

 

 

 

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Firstly, let me congratulate you all on your journey so far!

Whatever path you are on I know you are getting the best help and support that you can with Shannon and his team. Their job is to make this journey easier for you and once your dreams are realised there are new journeys to embark on, ones that hopefully I can help you with.

Whether you are new to Australia or you have lived here all your life, getting your foot on the property ladder and helping secure a great future for you and your family can be a daunting prospect, but it doesn’t need to be. Owning your own home is a big part of the Australian dream and I would love to offer you all some practical tips on how to make it a part of your dream too.

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ACT

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There has been a lot of discussion from agents, students and graduates on the changes made to the ACT State Sponsorship earlier this year. In some posts, it was made to seem easy for applicants to get state sponsorship in the ACT but, as with anything, rules can change and the ACT has updated it’s requirements as of August 2016.

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With an ageing population, Australia needs more people to help fill the shortage the older generation will leave in the workplace when they retire to caravan parks around Australia and cruises around the world. Based on this, Australia’s skilled migration program will continue to grow over the coming years.

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