LOOKING FOR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Australia?
With a part-time job you can cover the cost of rent , food and transportation. Bare in mind, students restricted to work for more than 20 hours in Australia (check your student visa conditions). However, there are no restrictions on the job choice. Casual jobs generally well paid and do not require an excellent English , which makes it highly suitable for international students.
Farm work is one of the most popular experiences Australia offers to working holidays visitors. Australian Farms are specialized in cultivation and harvesting of fruit, vegetables and animal breeding.
Farms are very popular and widespread across Australia. Each year, thousands of foreign students chose to work at Australian farms to experience Australia go contribute with their work to their success.
Once your Student Visa is granted, the duration of the visa depends on:
The best way to find job is to be proactive, use local and international job seeking portals and build your contact network. With a right attitude, most Australians will be happy to help you with job search.. The best advice is to apply in person and meet the employer, especially in most hospitality related hospitality jobs.
Most students would find themselves working in one the following jobs:
A list of average salary rates (per hour) in Australia:
Waiter – $15 – $30 (plus tips)
Cleaner – $15 – $25
Kitchen Hand – $10 – $15
Aged Care/Child Care assistant – $15 – $25
Cook – $15 – $25
Personal trainer – $30 – $50
Lifeguard – $15 – $40
Painter/Construction – $15 – $35
In order to start working you will need a bank account, a TFN (tax file number) and your resume (CV) in English. We will be happy to assist you with that.
The most popular sites for job seeking are:
Seek – http://www.seek.com.au
CareerOne – http://www.careerone.com.au
My Career – http://mycareer.com.au
Australian Job Search (government-funded job search site) – http://www.jobsearch.gov.au