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Free visa and jobs seminar in Athlone

On Monday September 2 VisaFirst.com will take their roadshow to the Sheraton Hotel, Athlone and attendance is expected to reach usual levels of 150-200 people.

Live register figures dropping, but does it really tell the story?

We have a story this week in the paper about the live register being down in Mayo by more than 300 in April from what it was in March. But while any drop is welcomed, is it really telling the whole story? Over the next few weeks, thousands of third level students around the country and from this county will cease their full time education. As they balance their final exams over the next few weeks, they also have to look ahead to an ever more uncertain future. Some will stay on to do postgraduate study. For some it is something they always planned to do, while for others it can be a kind of half-way house between necessity and choice as the job prospects are not great in their chosen field at the minute and a postgraduate qualification is becoming the base entry requirement, as once a Leaving Certificate was, which then went on to a degree and now it’s postgraduate.

Four-fold increase in Canadian working visa applications

With the percentage of jobless households hitting 22 per cent, equating to approximately 9,500 in Mayo, experts at www.visafirst.com say that recent changes to the Canadian Working Holiday Visa programme (WHV) coupled with the fast approaching date for the opening of next year’s quotas has led to an unprecedented demand in the number of Irish applicants looking for Canadian visas. A new report from the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) has revealed that the proportion of households without a working adult in Ireland is the highest out of 31 European countries and more than double that of the Eurozone average, and this will contribute to increasing numbers emigrating to Canada next year according to migration experts.

Increase in Canadian visa applications as Westmeath jobless households hit new high

With the percentage of jobless households hitting 22 per cent equating to approximately 5,900 in Westmeath, experts at www.visafirst.com say that recent changes to the Canadian Working Holiday Visa program (WHV) coupled with the fast approaching date for the opening of next year’s quotas has led to an unprecedented demand in the number of Irish applicants looking for Canadian visas. A new report from the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) has revealed that the proportion of households without a working adult in Ireland is the highest out of 31 European countries and more than double that of the euro zone average and this will contribute to increasing numbers emigrating to Canada next year according to migration experts.

Australians visit the Midlands to recruit for hundreds of tradespeople

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.

Young Irish being offered the chance to live the Aussie lifestyle

Tourism Australia is giving two lucky winners aged between 18 and 30 the chance to live the Aussie lifestyle with the launch of a new working holiday competition on social networking sites MySpace (www.myspace.com/workinoz) and Bebo (www.bebo.com/australia).

 

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