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  1. Guest

    grandparents migrating info

    Our son and family have been in perth area for 18months, they would like us to go to live with them. As we are both pensioners can anyone give us some advice please,
  2. Guest

    Info on Werribee

    Can anyone let me know if Werribee is a good area to bring up young family. Thanks Sharon
  3. donovan

    NEW MEMBER..WOULD LOVE INFO

    HI EVERYONE, I HAVE JUST JOINED THE SITE AND FEEL LIKE I KNOW EVERYONE ALREADY, HOW LOVELY IT IS TO SEE PEOPLE GOING THROUGH THE STAGES OF MOVING TO OZ. WE ARE A FAMILY OF 5 ME & MY HUSBAND DON AND OUR 3 BOYS AGE 10, 8, AND 2 YEARS, WE HAVE JUST PASSED THE TRA AND ARE JUST PUTTING THE SECOND STAGE THROUGH, ANY IDEA'S ON HOW LONG THE SECOND STAGE TAKES? AND MEDICALS WHAT IS IT THEY DO? WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU. SARAH
  4. Guest

    Little bit of info please.

    Hi All Can anyone recommend a company that will do a family skilled visa and a student study visa together. Thanks Paul
  5. Guest

    welder info

    hi anyone emigrated to oz to work as welder? any sort of info would be grateful.
  6. Bod

    Plumbing info

    Are there any Plumbers out there If any of you have any info what so ever It will be appriciated thanks John
  7. Guest

    Medical info

    Can anyone shed any light on what medical cover you are entitled to from day 1 in Australia.I'm aware of 'medicare' but unsure what is free and what is payable :? regards,Lee
  8. KazzE

    Where to get info

    Hi Can anyone suggest good newspaper, magazines etc to subscribe to for information on emigrating to Australia? Also, dare I ask :oops: if there are other forums like this? thanx Kazz
  9. HI RUMOUR HAS IT OZ IS DESPARATE FOR VEHICLE MECHANICS. ANYONE HAVE ANY EXPERIENCE OF BEING A MECHANIC IN OZ, OR ANY INFO AS TO WHERE THE DESPARATE MAY BE LOCATED?? WHAT TYPE OF WAGES YOUR AVERAGE MECHY MAY EARN. CHEERS. HCC
  10. Hi guys, We have finally sent our medicals and police checks off and are now at the stage where we are thinking oh my god it could be soon! reality has hit big time. I appreciate this could be asking alot however, you dont know until you ask.. :? We are really starting to panic about cost of living...Yes I hear you all say. Would anyone be willing to let me have a fairly precise monthly expenditure on what they are paying out each month. I'm a visual person and seeing what someone is really paying each month would really help. We would be initially renting and at present there is only the two of us. Looking to move to Melbourne - Narre Warren area. Thanks in advance to anyone willing to allow me to be nosey!
  11. Can anyone shed some light onto this for me..My partner and I (not married yet) are currently investigating the possiblity of moving to oz permanantly. i have a child from my previous marriage. i have heard on the grape vine that the childs father would have to write a letter of permission before the child could be allowed to leave the uk. Is this true..the child lives with me, but does see the father twice a week. Anyone been in a similar situation??
  12. Guest

    wrong info ??

    I have spoken to my agent today and he has informed me that no visa class has been downgraded. we are applying for 136 general skilled and on dimia website they are still being processed as priority. :!:
  13. jamie

    VETASSES INFO PLEASE

    hi all,currently getting an employment statement for my wife on a 40point job skill which will give us the extra 5 points we need for are skilled visa (120 points) she will be assessed by vetassess and wanted to know if she will require supporting evidence with her statement,she is also including her qualifications of b-tecs & nvq's level 2& 3.We are not sure how thorogh this assessment is compared to the TRA,any help would be great thanks JA :lol:
  14. Guest

    Teaching Jobs Info

    Can anyone recommend anything or anybody. Who can help find a sponsor for my partner who is a primary school teacher. To help our application for skilled migration to Sydney. Thanks
  15. Guest

    Average Salary Info

    Recently I've noticed a few people asking about the average salary in Aus. I came across this article in the Sydney Morning Herald, which might shed some light on the topic... Current as of 18 Aug 2005. New figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics showed that full time adult ordinary time earnings - effectively a person's pre-tax income without overtime - reached $1,008.30 during May. That was up from $992.20 in February, and a full $55.20 a week better than the average rate back in May last year. Over the past quarter, full time ordinary earnings grew 1.6 per cent. Over the full year they were up six per cent. While the average across the workforce broke the $1,000 a week barrier, people in the public sector continue to do better than their private sector counterparts. The average for the public sector was $1,092.10 a week, up 1.2 per cent for the quarter and 4.1 per cent for the year, while in the private sector the average was $982.70. However, the rate of growth in the private sector is strong, at 1.6 per cent for the quarter and 6.6 per cent for the year. The ACT ($1,167.40), Northern Territory ($1,020.30), Western Australia ($1,034) and NSW ($1,051.20) were the only places where the full time ordinary wage has gone past $1,000 a week. Wages were up $30 a week in Queensland (to $993.80), $12 a week in South Australia (to $932.60) and $6 in Tasmania (to $890). But they actually fell in Victoria, slipping slightly to $993.80 a week. On the more general measure of average wages, which takes into account the pay rates of people in part-time and casual employment, there was an $8 increase to $792.50. Over the past year, average wages have improved $43.70 from $749.20. The figures show that three key parts of the economy drove the increase in wages. Wages for cultural services sector workers soared 10.1 per cent over the past year to $1,063.20 a week, while for personal services wages rose 8.2 per cent to $973.70. Construction workers have enjoyed a 9.2 per cent lift in wages to $996.80 a week. When overtime is taken into account, their wages have improved 11.8 per cent. Other large rises were recorded in transport (up 7.3 per cent), property and business services (up 7.5 per cent) and education (up 5.6 per cent). Mining workers continue to surpass the rest of the community when it comes to the best average wage. Mining wages climbed 4.7 per cent over the full year to $1,581.30 a week, or more than $82,200 a year. At the bottom of the pile are people in the accommodation, cafes and restaurants sectors, who are taking home around $36,500 a year. The wages figures are important for the Reserve Bank as they give some pointer to possible inflationary pressures. Commsec chief equities economist Craig James said workers had done quite well in recent years, enjoying a 16 per cent lift in wages while inflation was around eight per cent. "Wages have outpaced prices by a substantial margin over the past three years, substantially boosting the purchasing power of Australian consumers," he said. Mr James said much of the increase in wages was being driven by particular sectors where a shortage of skilled workers was starting to bite.
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