Western Australia’s Bid for British Brains
At a recent Working In Expo held in London, Hon Peter Collier MLC, Western Australia’s Minister for Training and Workforce Development, put forward a strong case for skilled Brits to migrate to the State that he calls “God’s given country”. Anglo Pacific’s International Migration Manager, Noel Glavin, was in attendance, “Western Australia comprises one third of Australia’s entire land mass, larger than the whole of Europe, yet has just 10% of the population – some two million. Resource rich, there are huge prospects for agriculture, manufacturing, construction, mining, the automotive industry and more but also a vast labour force shortage of 150,000 workers. Western Australia has 225 billion Australian dollars’ worth of investment opportunities on the table, around 150 billion pounds, yet if they don’t correct this labour deficit, then these investment opportunities will simply be lost. Western Australia’s recruitment drive is a serious matter.”
Noel continues, “The local labour supply is maxed out - if they want to work, they are working. Australians don’t tend to migrate state to state, so Western Australia must find its skilled workforce elsewhere with Brits heavily favoured. Migration is nothing new for Australia, 34% of its population was not born there. Statistics from Working In reveal that there are more than 1.2 million UK-born people living in the country, making the UK the main source of new migrants to Australia. If interested Britons have an occupation on the Western Australia Skilled Migration Occupation list, visas are currently taking between nine and 12 months to process. Visa applications with State Sponsorship nomination are given higher priority – perhaps four to six months.”
Hon Peter Collier MLC concluded his London seminar by highlighting Western Australia’s gorgeous beaches, sunny Mediterranean-style climate, outdoor lifestyle and fantastic education and healthcare systems. He said - “I have one unambiguous transparent message – you are welcome.”
Peace of Mind Through Experience - Anglo Pacific is a specialist mover to the Southern Hemisphere and handles around 20,000 consignments of personal and household effects annually. A known market leader for Australia, New Zealand, the USA, Canada and South Africa, Anglo Pacific has been established for more than 30 years and has an unrivalled reputation for friendly, professional and reliable container shipping and international relocation services. What's more, as a fully bonded member of the British Association of Removers, clients’ belongings could not be in safer hands.
Contact Anglo Pacific on 020 8965 1234, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.anglopacific.co.uk. More information on migrating to Western Australia can be found on www.migration.wa.gov.au and on Working In Expos at www.workingin.com.
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