Work Life in Australia!
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In our previous articles, we have learnt about Lifestyle in Australia, Student Life in Australia. Now let’s know more about work life in Australia.
Unlike in some other English-speaking countries, there is no automatic right associated with your student visa to stay and work for a period of time in Australia after you complete your degree. When you receive your student visa, the government lets you in on a temporary basis of entry for study with the understanding that you will leave upon completion of course and before the visa will expire. Australia continues to have demand for foreign workers and students that have earned a degree in Australia have a special work visa category.
485 Skilled Graduate Temporary Visa
This visa is the most common option available for international students after graduating. With a 485 visa, you are allowed to stay in Australia for 18 months to gain work experience only if you have just completed at least two years of study in Australia. So, you can make use of it and get a job.
There are ten National Employment Standards that employers must adhere to and these represent the minimum standard of what you should expect in the workplace in Australia.
- Maximum weekly hours (38 ordinary hours in a week) and governance over how many hours can be worked in any one day.
- Flexible working – for example, if someone is a carer, has young children, or if they are experiencing challenges at home.
- Parental, maternity, and adoption leave.
- Annual leave – a minimum of 4 weeks, adjusted pro-rata for those who work part time.
- Carer’s and compassionate leave.
- Community service leave, although, with the exception of jury service, this is unpaid.
- Long service leave – rules for this are governed by the local state or territory.
- Public holidays – again, these vary depending on which state or territory you settle in
- Rules for termination of employment, notice, and redundancy pay.
- Fair work information statement — a document that must be given to a new employee outlining their rights under law and how to make a complaint if they don’t think they have been treated properly.
Why should you work and live in Australia? Here are some reasons you should know:
- It is well-known that Australia has an active economy that has been strengthened over the last decades. International commerce is orientated to the fabrication of high-value products and services.
- Australia is considered one of the safest countries on the planet. It has low levels of crime and efficient police forces.
- Migrants working and living in Australia are entitled to some pension benefits. If you want to get these benefits you must meet the age and residency requirements.
- The visa approval process of the qualified migration program takes, on average, 18 months, which is considered fast compared to other countries.
Australia is a popular destination for jobseekers who want to migrate to another country. The country has favorable features that make it a desirable destination for individuals to make a career. If you too are planning to work in Australia get in touch with an immigration consultant who will help you in processing your work visa as well.
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