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By jgtHey there after having no work in Perth i came to The Uk .My family are still in Perth and im trying to get back there, so as to get my kids through school, 3 years left. Does anyone know if a proffessional resume is beneficial or a waste of time.The Aussis love the word "'Qualified'" let me know your thoughts. Im in construction and aquired my builders diploma, and other stuff, first aid, asbestos, work at heights .If anyone knows a good resume writer please advise. I fancy a career change too so anyone with an opening , drop me a line.PLEASE stick to topic.
Thinking of moving to Aus with my family, my current position at home is Gas Operations Manager, running large contracts within the domestic gas industry. Could anyone advise how I would go about finding the same or similar lines of work in Aus?
Thank you in advance.
By DonCanHello good person and thank you for your interest in my humble topic.
My other half is an art historian, specializing in East Asian art and...even more arcane...she has a penchant for Chinese ceramics of the Middle Ages.
The arrival of our daughter has forced us to think long and hard about our collective future and we're seriously considering emigrating to Australia.
Our visa application is 50/50 as her skills are not on any shortage list, but besides that our concern is that of her job prospects.
She has a PhD (Doctorate) and five years post-qualification experience lecturing.
We accept that sacrifices will need to be made in the short-term to secure the long-term we want; thus we are not hung up on location.
If you're in the know about art history, museums, things Chinese and Japanese or the general art scene then we'd love to know your opinion on what her job prospects might be.
Your feedback is much appreciated.