How to make sure you're never unemployed?

Monday 1 July, 2013

Is there anyone who can say that they will always have a job? Who isn't threatened by the uncertainty of the employment market? There is a way to make sure you will always have a variety of job opportunities and a more secure job prospect. Australia's 2012 Skill Shortage List documents the job positions where large skill shortages are occurring and where employers are facing difficulties hiring the right staff. Train in these areas and you'll be on track for stronger employment opportunities.

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Occupation:

MANAGERS

Construction Project Manager

Engineering Manager

Production Manager (Mining)

PROFESSIONALS

Surveyor

Chemical Engineer

Civil Engineering Professionals

Quantity Surveyor

Electrical Engineer

Mechanical Engineer

Mining Engineer (excluding Petroleum)

Petroleum Engineer

Geologist

Geophysicist

Early Childhood (Pre-Primary School) Teacher

Sonographer

Optometrist

Occupational Therapist

Physiotherapist

Midwife

Registered Nurses

TECHNICIANS AND TRADES WORKERS

Construction Estimator

Civil Engineering Drafts-persons and Technicians

Mine Deputy

Automotive Electrician

Motor Mechanics

Sheet Metal Trades Worker

Fitters

Metal Machinist (First Class)

Panel Beater

Vehicle Painter

Glazier

Roof Tiler

Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic

Electronic Equipment Trades Worker

Chef/Cook

Baker

Pastry Cook

Butcher or Smallgoods Maker

Arborist

Hairdresser

COMMUNITY AND PERSONAL SERVICE WORKERS

Enrolled Nurse

Child Care Worker

 

Look for jobs in these areas by going to www.oneshift.com.au 

 

 

 

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