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hi all ,

here is some good news for migrants......

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The Australian Industry (Ai) Group/Deloitte survey of more than 400 chief executives found 34.7 per cent of businesses believed there was at least a high risk that a skills shortages would have an adverse effect on operations this year.

 

Skills shortage a risk to economy - WA Business News

 

 

cheers

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hi all ,

here is some good news for migrants......

,

The Australian Industry (Ai) Group/Deloitte survey of more than 400 chief executives found 34.7 per cent of businesses believed there was at least a high risk that a skills shortages would have an adverse effect on operations this year.

 

Skills shortage a risk to economy - WA Business News

 

 

cheers

 

 

This is a bright star since the recent changes for any skilled migrant.

 

This is actually not only the case for WA but for all other states as well. My sister who is working in Sydney always says that they need more skilled workers and because many companies aren't able to find the right people, they are forcing the retired to stick on. Unfortunately, even if they do stick on, the desired results are very difficult to achieve given the fact that age (I am talking of way over 60 years) does constrain anyone from a lot of factors, a few of which are new technology hitting the workplace, stress, etc. and this gets thrown back on the younger staff and they end up more stressed that they would be if there were other acceptable skilled workers in place.


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Guest Gollywobbler
hi all ,

here is some good news for migrants......

,

The Australian Industry (Ai) Group/Deloitte survey of more than 400 chief executives found 34.7 per cent of businesses believed there was at least a high risk that a skills shortages would have an adverse effect on operations this year.

 

Skills shortage a risk to economy - WA Business News

 

 

cheers

 

 

Hi Indaussie

 

What is the Ridout woman whingeing about? She is on the board of the quango called Skills Australia, handpicked by Julia Gillard, apparently.

 

Skills Australia

 

Cheers

 

Gill

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