Australia is the world’s most popular destination for emigration and is currently experiencing a shortage of qualified engineers. This gap in the skills market is opening many doors for British workers. The recent Australian government investment in infrastructure has generated tremendous demand for qualified civil, structural, chemical, electrical and mining engineers.
Qualified British workers are now being encouraged by The Emigration Group to seriously consider the benefits of working in Australia. Projects currently in need of a skilled workforce include the planning, design and construction of dams, bridges, pipelines, gas and water supply networks, sewerage systems, airports and other civil engineering projects.
Comments on Australia’s engineering needs
Paul Arthur, director at The Emigration Group has said, ‘being one of he most developed countries in the world, Australia is an engineering hotspot. It is always looking for qualified professionals to work overseas to assist with new projects and developments.
‘Recent investments by the Australian government have provided great opportunities for both newly trained and experienced engineers in all sectors. The salary and lifestyle the country offers is unique and highly desirable to Brits.’
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