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How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by BiafranBushBoy: 6:27am On Sep 05, 2017
I write this based on requests from readers.

It isn’t so difficult to get jobs in Australia from Nigeria as a graduate. I have already explained some of the things you need to do in my previous post. In case you missed it, quickly take a look How to get a Job Abroad from Nigeria



I believe that the aim of every Nigerian graduate is to achieve a good job and have a great career. This is the reason Australia has become a good destination for students and Job seekers. Forget the slogan “No place is green”, it is almost all green in Australia.

Australia is a country that has great opportunities but with little working professionals. That’s the reason the government is looking for good working and professional people, to contribute to the growth of their country.

For those still in doubts as to why Australia, I will explain below why Australia scores above other countries.

Great Job Opportunities

Overall in Australia, the number of job opportunities supersedes the number of working professionals in that country. That is the reason the Government of Australia has opened up a portal known as the skill shortage portal. To get a job in Australia from Nigeria, all you need to do is to score yourself on the portal. Once you reach the required score points, then feel free to start your application.

TBH, the more certificates and skills you possess, the higher your chances of reaching the required score point. There are lots of opportunities in various sectors in Australia.

For the skills in demand, there are lots of them. I suggest you go through the portal and see if any of the listed skills is something you have. The instructions are written there, and also the mode of application.

High Standard of Living

Australia as compared to Nigeria has a very high standard of living. The country possesses great amenities with the latest technologies. You may choose to live a high and stylish life, depending on how your pocket carries you.

Rich Work Experience

Australia is a well-known country, and working there adds a lot of authority to your resume and experience. Having a job experience from Australia means you can work virtually anywhere in the world.

High Salaried Jobs

Australia is a country that boasts of having one of the highest paid jobs in the world. The average salary is arguably more than what is obtainable in the UK and U.S. So if you are looking for a reason to leave Nigeria and get a job in Australia, I think this should entice you.

Looking at the above points, I can deduce that Australia is a country worth relocating to if you can get a job there.

There are different ways to get a job in Australia from Nigeria as a graduate, before getting your visa.

Use of Job Sites

A good job site I recommend is the Australian Job Site. When applying for jobs through this medium, it is important to focus on the regional parts of the country as there are more skills shortages in those places.

Employer sponsored migration is one of the easiest ways to get in and start working in Australia from Nigeria.

Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189)

This visa gives you the right to live and work in Australia. It is a permanent residency working type. No nomination by an Australian employer, state/territory or relative is needed in this type of job visa. However, they are certain criteria the graduate must fulfil before being able to apply and they include;

i) For countries which are not English speaking (Nigeria isn’t regarded as an English speaking country), the graduates are required to produce a certificate of English competence. E.g. TOFEL, IELTS, etc.

ii) A valid medical certificate to prove a sound health

iii) The minimum age of the applicant must be 18 and the maximum must be 49.

An Expression of Interest is submitted, and you must qualify the skill selected in your EOI with at least 60 points. Once this is done and the other submissions, then you expect a letter from the department of immigration to further your visa application. For citizens of Nigeria with family, they can also be included in your application.

Now you have seen exactly the options to get a job in Australia from Nigeria, you can explore it and see what comes out of it. Remember that there is no need paying hefty sums of money to so called Agents to help you in all these. Good luck to you in your applications!

P.S. You would need to design your resume to fit in the European Resume Format. The steps to get it is written on the blog. Other useful links are detailed on the blog.

Source: http://topwritersden.com/get-job-australia-nigeria-graduate/

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Nutase: 6:49am On Sep 05, 2017
Na I'm u still dey naija??

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by lunacol(m): 7:39am On Sep 05, 2017
BiafranBushBoy:
I write this based on requests from readers.

It isn’t so difficult to get jobs in Australia from Nigeria as a graduate. I have already explained some of the things you need to do in my previous post. In case you missed it, quickly take a look How to get a Job Abroad from Nigeria



I believe that the aim of every Nigerian graduate is to achieve a good job and have a great career. This is the reason Australia has become a good destination for students and Job seekers. Forget the slogan “No place is green”, it is almost all green in Australia.

Australia is a country that has great opportunities but with little working professionals. That’s the reason the government is looking for good working and professional people, to contribute to the growth of their country.

For those still in doubts as to why Australia, I will explain below why Australia scores above other countries.

Great Job Opportunities

Overall in Australia, the number of job opportunities supersedes the number of working professionals in that country. That is the reason the Government of Australia has opened up a portal known as the skill shortage portal. To get a job in Australia from Nigeria, all you need to do is to score yourself on the portal. Once you reach the required score points, then feel free to start your application.

TBH, the more certificates and skills you possess, the higher your chances of reaching the required score point. There are lots of opportunities in various sectors in Australia.

For the skills in demand, there are lots of them. I suggest you go through the portal and see if any of the listed skills is something you have. The instructions are written there, and also the mode of application.

High Standard of Living

Australia as compared to Nigeria has a very high standard of living. The country possesses great amenities with the latest technologies. You may choose to live a high and stylish life, depending on how your pocket carries you.

Rich Work Experience

Australia is a well-known country, and working there adds a lot of authority to your resume and experience. Having a job experience from Australia means you can work virtually anywhere in the world.

High Salaried Jobs

Australia is a country that boasts of having one of the highest paid jobs in the world. The average salary is arguably more than what is obtainable in the UK and U.S. So if you are looking for a reason to leave Nigeria and get a job in Australia, I think this should entice you.

Looking at the above points, I can deduce that Australia is a country worth relocating to if you can get a job there.

There are different ways to get a job in Australia from Nigeria as a graduate, before getting your visa.

Use of Job Sites

A good job site I recommend is the Australian Job Site. When applying for jobs through this medium, it is important to focus on the regional parts of the country as there are more skills shortages in those places.

Employer sponsored migration is one of the easiest ways to get in and start working in Australia from Nigeria.

Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189)

This visa gives you the right to live and work in Australia. It is a permanent residency working type. No nomination by an Australian employer, state/territory or relative is needed in this type of job visa. However, they are certain criteria the graduate must fulfil before being able to apply and they include;

i) For countries which are not English speaking (Nigeria isn’t regarded as an English speaking country), the graduates are required to produce a certificate of English competence. E.g. TOFEL, IELTS, etc.

ii) A valid medical certificate to prove a sound health

iii) The minimum age of the applicant must be 18 and the maximum must be 49.

An Expression of Interest is submitted, and you must qualify the skill selected in your EOI with at least 60 points. Once this is done and the other submissions, then you expect a letter from the department of immigration to further your visa application. For citizens of Nigeria with family, they can also be included in your application.

Now you have seen exactly the options to get a job in Australia from Nigeria, you can explore it and see what comes out of it. Remember that there is no need paying hefty sums of money to so called Agents to help you in all these. Good luck to you in your applications!

P.S. You would need to design your resume to fit in the European Resume Format. The steps to get it is written on the blog. Other useful links are detailed on the blog.

Till next time, like my Facebook page www.facebook.com/topwritersden.

Source: http://topwritersden.com/get-job-australia-nigeria-graduate/

lalasticlala
Are you in Australia now or Nigeria?

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Raintaker(m): 7:39am On Sep 05, 2017
And you never commot naija, u dey post how to get job in Australia.
Gerrout mehn.

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Sirambassador(m): 7:43am On Sep 05, 2017
Assumptions...... Lol
Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by nairavsdollars(f): 7:44am On Sep 05, 2017
Scam
Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Nobody: 7:46am On Sep 05, 2017
Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Nackzy: 7:47am On Sep 05, 2017
Racist country

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Dottore: 7:47am On Sep 05, 2017
Another Intelligent way to drive traffic to your blog. Knowing that that greater percentage of internet users in Nigeria are Jon seekers and intending immigrants.
It's only in Nigeria that paupers sell books on how to become a billionaire.
Well done my brother.

Job seekers right now

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by dreh17(m): 7:49am On Sep 05, 2017
Guys pls help me..... I've been using the toilet since yesterday's midnight..... I don't have appetite but anytime I take water, I run to toilet immediately....I just came back from the toilet and if my counting is accurate, that's number 15 or thereabouts... I already used drugs but not helping

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by oluwamitomisin: 7:49am On Sep 05, 2017
Seems bloggers don't find jobs in Australia

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Nobody: 7:50am On Sep 05, 2017
Said nothing we dont knw. Getting a skilled visa doesnt mean u hv a job. Australia na racist country. Canada is beta abeg

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by ogbujajnr: 7:51am On Sep 05, 2017
i) For countries which are not English speaking (Nigeria isn’t regarded as an English speaking country), the graduates are required to produce a certificate of English competence. E.g. TOFEL, IELTS, etc.

what are we then.
why disturb ourselves to get a credit pass in English language.
why use English to teach IBO language.
the zoo is doomed

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by bedspread: 7:52am On Sep 05, 2017
Great info
Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by adebayosun02: 7:53am On Sep 05, 2017
Kk
Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Raxxye(m): 7:54am On Sep 05, 2017
Why una dey cast the guy na?

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Nobody: 8:00am On Sep 05, 2017
Dont think all of these things are true
Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Nobody: 8:00am On Sep 05, 2017
OP, your mouth sweet o.

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Nobody: 8:00am On Sep 05, 2017
Freaking far country!

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Dokitadotun: 8:01am On Sep 05, 2017
dreh17:
Guys pls help me..... I've been using the toilet since yesterday's midnight..... I don't have appetite but anytime I take water, I run to toilet immediately....I just came back from the toilet and if my counting is accurate, that's number 15 or thereabouts... I already used drugs but not helping
)
Use Tab Loperamide 4mg stat(2 tablets at once). Also use ORS

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Nobody: 8:05am On Sep 05, 2017
dreh17:
Guys pls help me..... I've been using the toilet since yesterday's midnight..... I don't have appetite but anytime I take water, I run to toilet immediately....I just came back from the toilet and if my counting is accurate, that's number 15 or thereabouts... I already used drugs but not helping
U took a drug to boost your sexual performance. That's the price u pay

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Nobody: 8:06am On Sep 05, 2017
Nackzy:
Racist country
Not really

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Nobody: 8:07am On Sep 05, 2017
Sniper12:
Said nothing we dont knw. Getting a skilled visa doesnt mean u hv a job. Australia na racist country. Canada is beta abeg
How can u say that when u have never been to australia or canada .
Ignorance is a disease

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Famocious(m): 8:08am On Sep 05, 2017
dreh17:
Guys pls help me..... I've been using the toilet since yesterday's midnight..... I don't have appetite but anytime I take water, I run to toilet immediately....I just came back from the toilet and if my counting is accurate, that's number 15 or thereabouts... I already used drugs but not helping

Sorry bro...please drink as much water as possible to prevent hypotension. Kindly find a good clinic close to you where a Dr can fully assess and treat you.
You definitely need a lot of fluid replacement...

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Develpeast: 8:08am On Sep 05, 2017
You are not getting a job in australia like that but you can get a permanent residency in the country with your skill and a good ielts score. its easier than canada because as soon as you pass the benchmark, then you are sure of getting an invitation to the country.

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Onyenna(m): 8:08am On Sep 05, 2017
I'm also thinking about Australia!...



BTW:...

**And Mr. Onyenna got confused in the massive hall; searching frantically for answers.... Then he looked at the statue standing tall in front of him with an inscription "may the angels guide you on your lofty quest"...then he looked at the base of the statue, alas! There it was....the secret code to Paradise..."5DXWJVW".... [to be continued]....

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by Nobody: 8:09am On Sep 05, 2017
BiafranBushBoy:


Source: http://topwritersden.com/get-job-australia-nigeria-graduate/

Just want to let u know the skilled 189 visa has been stopped as of july 1st 2017
The government has changed it all

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by BiafranBushBoy: 8:10am On Sep 05, 2017
Esepayan:

How can u say that when u have never been to australia or canada .
Ignorance is a disease

Allow them be. you don't reply every post. Those who value the info will love it.

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by BiafranBushBoy: 8:11am On Sep 05, 2017
Develpeast:
You are not getting a job in australia like that but you can get a permanent residency in the country with your skill and a good ielts score. its easier than canada because as soon as you pass the benchmark, then you are sure of getting an invitation to the country.

Says who?

smh!!

Nigerians and ignorance sef.

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by knaa: 8:13am On Sep 05, 2017
dreh17:
Guys pls help me..... I've been using the toilet since yesterday's midnight..... I don't have appetite but anytime I take water, I run to toilet immediately....I just came back from the toilet and if my counting is accurate, that's number 15 or thereabouts... I already used drugs but not helping

And u still have strength to type on nairaland instead of you to go to hospital!!! Kwantinue

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Re: How To Get A Job In Australia From Nigeria As A Graduate by BiafranBushBoy: 8:18am On Sep 05, 2017
Esepayan:


Just want to let u know the skilled 189 visa has been stopped as of july 1st 2017
The government has changed it all

As at last night, I never heard of it. Bro used it just last month to cross over. You sure about this?

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