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Published on September 22nd, 2011 | by john.weir

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Victoria looks for 6,000 migrants

The state government of Victoria has updated its State Migration Plan to include jobs in information technology (ICT).

Victoria’s skilled migration program seeks to attract highly skilled and employable professionals and tradespeople with occupations that are difficult to source from the local labour market. Priority industries for Victorian state visa sponsorship are currently: Engineering and Building, Financial Services, Biotechnology and Science, Tourism and Hospitality,  Information and Communications,Technology, Health, Education and Trades.

In a statement, the department stated that it is “seeking to attract 6000 skilled migrants and dependents in a range of priority industries”.

For more information on jobs in Victoria and across Australia, come to Down Under Live in Birmingham on the 24th & 25th September 2011.

 

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2 Responses to Victoria looks for 6,000 migrants

  1. Remus says:

    Hello,

    I have expirience in 3D and 2D design – Mechatronics and Metal constructions.

    I want to find a job in New Zeeland or Australia.

    Please give a reply.

    With respect and consideration

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