How to Find a Job in Australia as a Foreigner: Everything You Need to Know

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How to Find a Job in Australia as a Foreigner: Everything You Need to Know

Australia is one of the most popular destination for travel, work, study and living. The unique flora and fauna, the great outback, the Sydney Opera house and many more such attractions captivate people into coming and living in Australia. Moreover, according to a latest survey conducted by Economist’s intelligence unit, 5 Australian cities ranked under 20 in the most liveable city category. Melbourne, once again for the seventh year in a row, was declared the most liveable city in the world. This is reason enough for many people from all over the world to pack their bags and leave for Australia. Because Australia is such a popular place for working and living, I have compiled a list of websites that will help you find work in Australia, if you are a foreigner. Let’s take a look at these websites.

General Employment Search Engines and Classifieds

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Here is a list of some of the common job search engines and classifieds that will help you find a job in Australia:

  • seek.com.au: If you are completely new in Australia, you should definitely check out seek.com.au for employment opportunities. With a nice layout and interface, searching jobs on Seek.com.au will be a breeze even for freshers.
  • jobsearch.gov.au: The official job search website of Australian government takes the second spot on the list. Interactive user interface, informative content and its smartphone application makes it a good job search website.
  • careerone.com.au: Big companies like Uber and PricewaterhouseCoopers post their openings on careerone.com.au, making it one of the best job search sites on the list, only if you have the required qualification though!
  • australia.recruit.net/: Don’t get fooled by its simple appearance. This website is one of the biggest job search websites in Australia. Thousands of companies post their requirements on this website every day.
  • adzuna.com.au: One of the few websites that sources their jobs from other job search websites like MyCareer and jobs.com.au to deliver results into one simple search. The website also has iOS and Android Applications for on-the-go convenience.
  • au.indeed.com: The Australian version of US’s most popular job search engine, au.indeed.com is one of the best places to look for jobs in Australia.

Now, that we have covered the common job search engines in Australia, let’s take a look at what other bloggers and job websites have in store for you.

  • justlanded.com: Not your typical job search engine, justlanded.com is the perfect place to start looking for a job in Australia. As clear by its name, this website provides valuable insights and information for outsiders looking for a job in Australia.
  • blog.thefetch.com: This website provides some really good links to resources that will help you find the perfect job in any start up. If you are an aspiring entrepreneur, this website is the perfect place for you.

Moving on, let’s look at some of the popular expat and overseas Job Portals:

  • michaelpage.com.au: A global executive recruitment website that targets high-end job seekers, michaelpage.com.au is one of the best overseas job portal for seeking employment in Australia.
  • efinancialcareers.com.au: This is my personal favourite website that specialises in finance, banking, accounting and technology jobs in Australia.
  • careerbuilder.com: A pretty good website in terms of layout, interface and employment opportunities, careerbuilder.com has been one of the longest running job search engines in Australia.
  • Linkedin: Though I’ve put Linkedin at the bottom, it is definitely one of the best professional social network in the world.

So, here it is, some of the best places to start your job hunt if you are looking to work in Australia. Don’t forget to check out my post Top Part-Time Jobs for University Students in Melbourne. Also, if you need visa assistance for travelling, studying or working & living in Australia, you should definitely check out my post on Professional Visa Assistance.

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