Do you think obtaining a Skilled Visa is the hardest part of migrating to Australia? Wait till you start applying for a job out here!
Did you know that nearly half of the migrants arriving on a skilled visa claim that securing a job is the toughest challenge one faces upon arrival in Australia?
Unless you are one of the fortunate ones who has got a placement before you have even landed in Australia or if you are in a booming industry which is seeking professionals with niche skill sets, your first big break in Australia may take a while.
According to one survey, nearly half of the migrants indicate they are "just getting along" or struggling to pay bills? Just 36 percent indicated they were employed, while 20 percent were looking for work and the remaining 44 percent were not in the workforce.
Lack of Australian experience is actually the biggest barrier any newcomer will face. Poorly written resumes from overseas professionals may fuel employer’s doubts about communication. This makes it harder for employers to assess overseas experience.
For the first time ever, you now have a book that addresses all the issues every job-seeking migrant may encounter in Australia. This book is a result of years of research and has the tremendous backing of industry experts, from Resume Writers to Career guidance coaches.
This book contains guidance from industry leaders on the subject of Resume writing, Interview preparedness, Addressing Selection Criteria and so much more. The Sample Resumes, Cover Letters and Selection Criteria are worth over $400 by itself because that is what you would be charged for getting this kind of information by any professional Resume Writer!
Don't leave the most crucial aspect of your new life in Australia hanging in the balance. Don't let someone else grab a great opportunity away from you because of lack of preparation and guidance.
Be informed and Be prepared!
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
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