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Editor's Blog and Industry Comments

Australian demand increases for healthcare professionals

05 September, 2013
Australia publishes report on staff shortages in its healthcare industry creating demand for professionals from overseas


The increased demand in the country is said to stem from growth in other industries and increases in population levels based on greater life expectancies.



Always seen to be a popular destination for UK migrants seeking a new life overseas, Australia continues to lure professional people to its shores. Now, with shortages being registered in most nursing professions, there is a good opportunity to fill some of the vacancies, which at the current rate of skill depletion is set to reach a shortfall of over 100,000 by 2025 across the nation.



Commenting on the boom  in healthcare opportunities emerging in Australia, The Emigration Group director, Paul Arthur said, “Registered nurses, midwives and mental health nurses will always be in demand across the world. Larger and more developed countries overseas, such as Australia, are seeing a significant increase in population growth which is inevitably leading to a shortage of nurses.



“If you are a qualified nurse or health care professional you have a good chance of qualifying for a permanent residence visa Down Under. Not only are there more career opportunities in Australia but the salaries are often higher in this sector than in the UK. In addition Australia offers better weather and a more relaxed lifestyle.”


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