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ElizaS

Teaching jobs in Perth Vs Brisbane

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Hi,

 

I'm a secondary school teacher looking to move to Oz at the end of April (start of second term) this year.

 

I have not yet decided where out of Perth/Brisbane, as I want to know where it's more likely I'll find work (permanent or casual).

 

I have tried contacting teaching agencies, but the outlook is not good.

 

I also have other experience in retail and admin that I am happy to do. I heard the economy is good in Perth, with lots of work available?

 

Please help me decide! Any advice would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks

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Hi,

 

I'm a secondary school teacher looking to move to Oz at the end of April (start of second term) this year.

 

I have not yet decided where out of Perth/Brisbane, as I want to know where it's more likely I'll find work (permanent or casual).

 

I have tried contacting teaching agencies, but the outlook is not good.

 

I also have other experience in retail and admin that I am happy to do. I heard the economy is good in Perth, with lots of work available?

 

Please help me decide! Any advice would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks

 

There are literally hundreds of teachers without positions in Queensland. The same can be said for Perth in WA, but the odds are better for jobs there than Brisbane certainly.

 

It really depends on what your qualification is in. If it is maths, design and technology or science with another subject then you have a much better chance.

 

What kind of visa are you coming out on?

Edited by Sammy1

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Hi Sammy,

 

Thanks for the advice. I am a design and technology teacher specialising in Food and Textiles. I have the 189 skilled independent visa.

 

I think it may have to Perth then!

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