The AMVL Employment network is currently in Ireland for the next three weeks, to recruit tradespeople to fill over a hundred vacancies that it urgently needs for positions in Australia. This will include a seminar in the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone on March 21. The latest report from the Economic and Social Research Institute shows that 60,000 people will have emigrated in the 12 months up to April, which is more than 1,000 a week. In 2011 a further 40,000 are expected to leave and unfortunately most leave with no job having been secured and arrive with the hope of getting a position when they arrive. The AMVL Employment Network is one of the only agencies that presently offers employment as part of its visa services and is urgently requiring people to fill positions in the areas of diesel fitters, motor mechanics, metal machinists, metal fabricators, auto electricians.
There has been a huge increase in the number of Irish people migrating to Australia, the main reason being better job prospects and quality of life and it’s not just single people going over for a year on a working holiday visa, entire families are relocating to areas all over Australia. With a warm sunny climate, a good quality of living, and annual salaries in excess of €100,000, Irish professionals are being lured to Australia in their droves, with tradespeople currently being the most in demand. The average profile of the Irish migrant to Australia is a 32-year-old tradesperson with a wife and two children. Irish tradespeople who find work through networks like the AMVL employment network, command an annual wage of €100,000, the equivalent of what GPs are earning here, coupled with the highest cost of living in Ireland it is proving to be an enticing reason to consider migrating. The most popular cities to live and work in Australia are Brisbane, Perth, and Darwin as Sydney tends to be avoided because of the high cost of living there.
If you have ever considered making a lifestyle change abroad, then a free seminar is being held on March 21 in the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone where the company will talk you through the visa process as well as introducing you to the recruitment network and start screening applicants for the positions they have to fill. This is a fantastic opportunity to secure employment prior to leaving for Australia and with 40,000 expected to leave for the sunnier climate over the coming year, the seminar in Athlone is proving to be very popular with a large interest of enquiries already listed for the event. The AMVL Employment Network is hosting a seminar in the Hodson Bay Athlone on March 21 with additional group sessions taking place in the Westgrove Hotel in Clane covering everything you need to do to make your move, and most importantly talking you through the hundreds of jobs they have on offer.