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  1. Once a plumber/gas fitter has all his licences what can he expect to earn? I keep seeing around $65k that is obviously if he works for a company, is that correct? What about self employed? We would struggle immensly on 65k and spend at least 15% of that get a licence in the first place! Change of career possibly?!?!
  2. Booked flights yesterday, are off on 29th August 2011. My main trade is bricklaying, although I put my hand to almost anything to do with building. I am just curious as to what to expect to earn. Cheers Garry
  3. what does the averagte bricklayer earn in Brisbane? Booked flights yesterday, are off on 29th August 2011. My main trade is bricklaying, although I put my hand to almost anything to do with building. I am just curious as to what to expect to earn. Cheers Garry
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    hi does anybody no what sort of wages painters are taking home per week or month on average.im coming to sydney soon i would prefer to do price work would anybody no of any companys that need painters and prefrebly on price.:wideeyed: And what would be the best suburb to rent, what has the most work going on at the min. thanks
  5. Fairly straight forward! not sure how tax works in oz of what is taken off your gross pay. If you earn $50000 a year what will your take home pay be at the end of the :twitcy:month?
  6. Our client is seeking a Mammographer for a Permanent role in Queensland, Australia's Sunshine State. This is an opportunity for a Mammographer to really experience the real Australia, with opportunities to visit and work in more outback areas every fortnight...and get paid for it! Training opportunities will be available in digital mammography. Ideally you will be an experienced mammographer with over two years experience, however our client will also consider skilled radiographers looking to specialise. To express your interest, please call toll free from: Australia on 1800 33 05 33 UK on 0800 047 0924 NZ on 0800 223 381 Ireland on 1800 422 011 Singapore on 800 6161 871 Or call us on +61 3 9530 2511 Or otherwise email your cv to info@hsr.com.au or Apply Now.
  7. Maybe a silly question but I before i embark on a new life I just wondered how much would i need to earn to live a basic life in Aus perth. I know there will be people earning loads and saying they are struggling but maybe their life style will be very different to other people. I have been looking at the job market and if i am lucky I hope i can earn between $60 k-$70k and i don't want my wife to work, as i would prefer her to be at home with our young baby. so is 60 - 70k good enough to live on ? I hope to be coming to Aus on a 175 skilled visa.
  8. Hi All, We are seriously thinking off jacking it all in here (central coast) NSW as it is becoming to much off a struggle to survive. Hubby has a mate here that has a mate who is currently working on the Brisbane Tunnel and earning a fortune each month. Can any of you guys please let me know what the construction industry is like in Queensland and the mo and the forseeable future. Hubby is a carpenter by trade but is currently in charge of a company that deals with frameless glass - i.e. balustrading,showers,splashbacks etc etc. Any help would really be appreciated. Many thanks gizmo
  9. Hi Guy's I thought this might interest someone? AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION NEWS Skilled immigration could earn you an above average wage in Australia Tuesday, 25 March 2008 A recent report by the Department of Immigration has revealed that overseas workers mainly in higher skilled areas are earning wages well above their Australian counterparts. For example, IT workers in the communications trade in Australia are now earning an average of AU$ 25,000 more per annum than local employees. With a strong Australian dollar overseas workers are now reaping the benefits of Australia's temporary work visa scheme that allows workers across all industries to work in The Lucky Country for up to four years. The figures from the Ministry of Immigration indicate that a large majority of Australian employers are providing favourable conditions for their foreign employees. Professor Phil Lewis, a labour market expert from the University of Canberra, has confirmed that the evidence seems to suggest that the 457 workers are not being paid less than Australians, and that the averages show that they're actually getting paid more. He then concluded that it seems to indicate that employers are actually doing the right thing by hiring people for the wage commensurate for their skill - a wage very similar to what they'd be paying Australian workers. The 457 visa, which allows an Australian company to sponsor an overseas worker, has been pivotal in helping to curb a chronic shortage of skilled and unskilled workers in Australia. Professor Phil Lewis, Director of the Centre for Labour Market Research at the University of Canberra, agrees that the 457 is essential. He’s explained that he’s done some studies of looking at what the skilled gaps are, and has concluded that if it wasn't for the overseas workers, Australia would be in a huge mess in terms of trying to meet its capacity constraints. Lewis warned that any attempt to cut back on these pros could have very severe effects on inflation and Australia’s ability to keep up its export drive. I
  10. :chatterbox: Hi does anyone know roughly how much a plasterer can earn in melbourne? We would be very grateful for any info'. Thanks, CCx:huh: