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Will Primary teachers make a come back to the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)

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    We can only hope. Changes to the lists are unpredictable.

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    Shouldn’t think so, not while thousands of Aussie teachers can’t get jobs.

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    It wont be any time soon given there are far more teachers than jobs.

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    Unlikely. If you are a primary school teacher then it's really only worth investigating options if you have teaching experience in another language. Language experience can allow a limited state option.



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    Not likely, with so many Australian Qualified teachers on the waiting list, but who knows. 🤓

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