If you are looking to work in an overseas country, New Zealand can be a wonderful destination for you. With its decent economy, world class cities, excellent infrastructure, high human developments index, etc., it has always been a top immigration choice for the aspirants. However, in last few years, it has emerged as the ideal immigration destination for highly skilled professionals, in view of its fast growing jobs and industries. Let’s find out more about,
Recent Employment Growth in New Zealand
There is a great demand of skilled workers in highly skilled occupations, i.e. job professionals, managers, etc. compared to overall industries and occupations. In the year 2015, the highly skilled occupations had the employment share of 42 percent. However, as per reports and forecasts in this regard, it will go up to 43.2 % by the year 2019.
Moreover, excellent growth is estimated in the sectors, i.e. hospitality, construction & utility, business service and wholesale and retail trade industries.
Key tips for Skilled workers looking to work in New Zealand
If you are a skilled worker looking to find a job and work in New Zealand, here are the key tips for you.
- Acquire skills and experience in an occupation that is in Skill shortage List of New Zealand.
- Immigrate to a location with potentially high job growth in New Zealand, i.e. Auckland, Canterbury, etc.
- Get further training to enhance your skills.
Fast Growing jobs in New Zealand this year
- Banking & Financial Services – The Job growth in this sector is approximately 125 percent.
- Design & Architecture- the Job Growth in this sector is approximately 120 percent
- Government & Defense – Job Growth in this sector is close to 250 percent
- Property and Real Estate – Job Growth estimated in this sector is close to 100 percent
The low skilled jobs are also expected to grow fast especially in the sectors, i.e. retail, construction, food processing, agriculture, accommodation, etc. The Economy of NZ will add more than 1 lac jobs in the years to 2016.
Demand for individuals in highly skilled jobs (i.e. managers and other professionals) is expected to be high. For lower-skilled workers, job growth is predicted in food processing, retailing, accommodation, agriculture, and construction, etc. The regions, such as, Canterbury and Auckland will see strong employment growth in utility and construction sectors. The South Island has registered the lowest unemployment rate in the recent past.
How to apply for work visa in New Zealand?
To live and work in New Zealand, you need to prepare your file well to deal with the point based immigration system of New Zealand and apply for the relevant Skilled Migration visa.
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