Why Us

Australian visa legislation and the visa application process is not only complex, but can change very rapidly. At Migration Expert, our migration consultants understand the nuances of Australian visa legislation and will save you hours of time by determining the best visa option for you.

The benefit of choosing Migration Expert is that you will have an experienced MARA registered consultant working with you from start to finish. Established in 2002, our skilled team has a deep understanding of Australian visa requirements and can navigate complex criteria for your individual circumstances. This culminates in a stress-free, streamlined process for you.

Migration Expert has provided countless people globally expert advice and support through the Australian visa application process. And we can help you too.

Migration Expert is not affiliated with the Australian Government and act independently in the interests of our clients.

Working in Australia

Australia has a strong, skilled workforce of approximately 10 million people. The majority of Australia's work force is educated and well trained; with most workers having earned some trade or university qualification.

The current monthly Australian unemployment rate is 5.8% where it has remained relatively stable since March 2009. The annual average Australian unemployment rate is 4.9% which is fairing well by international comparisons in the current economic climate.

Annual average job vacancies are 179,600, with the significant majority of these vacancies in the private sector (160,700) compared with 18,800 vacancies in the public sector.

Unemployment by State

State / Region

Unemployment Rate
(Monthly Trend)

Job Vacancies
(Annual Average)

Australian Capital Territory 3.4% 6,400
New South Wales 4.9% 47,300
Northern Territory 4.0% 4,200
South Australia 5.2% 10,400
Tasmania 7.3% 2,300
Victoria 5.5% 40,800
Western Australia 3.8% 28,000
Queensland 5.5% 41,600

(Source: ABS | Australian Economic Indicators May 2012)

Employment opportunities in Australia will depend on the current local/regional economic circumstances and the type of work sought. Australians enjoy a flexible workplace relations system which allows workers and employers to negotiate agreements while federal legislation exists to guarantee a minimum rate of pay and minimum leave entitlements.

Thousands of jobs are advertised each week in Australia, creating incredibly diverse job opportunities for skilled professionals, trades people or students graduating from Australian universities. All job seekers must be able to legally work in Australia, which generally requires holding an appropriate visa that permits the holder to engage in employment.