Latest Immigrant worker visa changes by Australia are user-friendly
The updated immigrant worker visa changes by the Government of Australia have addressed the concerns of the diverse stakeholders in the immigration sector and labor markets in Australia. Responding to the concerns expressed by immigration sector stakeholders the government of Australia has once again added 36 jobs to the visa stream for 4 years. These include biochemists, petroleum engineers, metallurgists, and horse trainers. The other vocations that have been reinstated to the visa stream for 2 years include nurse researcher, music director, and helicopter pilot.
The updated immigrant worker visa changes by Australia also include shuffling of jobs between the two visa streams. The occupations of anesthetist and mining production manager have been shuffled to the 2-year visa stream from the 4-year visa stream. On the other hand, 23 vocations from the 2-year visa stream have been shuffled to the 4-year visa stream. These include meteorologists, zoologists, botanists, chief executives, university lecturers, and statisticians, as quoted by The Australian.
Tony Cunningham the Association of Australian Medical Research Institute’s’ President said that the latest Immigrant worker visa changes by Australian government are truly great news for the medical research fraternity. Innes Willox the Chief Executive of Ai Group elaborated on the changes by saying that the changes that have been made effective to the immigrant worker visa are catering to the genuine issues being faced by the industry. The members of the AI group in Australia had been worried owing to the earlier visa changes that had degraded the Corporate General Manager, Managing Director, and Chief Executive jobs to the short-term list, added Mr. Willox.
Expressing his satisfaction over the immigrant worker visa changes Jennifer Westacott the Chief Executive of Business Council of Australia said that the latest changes address the concerns raised that 2-year term visa is not adequate to appeal and hold back the best and brightest global talents.