As per the recent status, it understood that there is high demand for the low-paid migrants in Australia. Australian jobs for thousands of foreign low-skilled workers as chef, waiters and kitchen hands. Australian tourism needs low skilled workers, and it is ready to provide 10K jobs in Australia for low skilled workers. If we go into the details, there are numerous vacant positions in Australian Tourism Industry particularly for the positions of chefs and waiters.
Australia Tourism Industry is in shortage of 36,000 low-skilled workers, and this figure may rise to 56,000 in the coming years. The individuals with no professional qualification and willing to migrate to Australia can grab this opportunity to fulfill their dreams. A waiter gets on an average gets a pay of $33,800 per annum in Australia, which is almost equal to a skilled-worker average having high professional values.
Most of the Immigrants preferable over Australians as the low skilled jobs can be easily hired on low wages when compared to Australian wages. Hence, there is a better chance for the Immigrant workers than Australian workers. Low skilled immigrants are tolerant of tiring working conditions, and foreign labor is a potent source for solving the gaps in Australia. The shortage of hotel workers and restaurants can be filled by welcoming, low skilled workers to Australia. Low skilled immigrants are stable workforce for a long period.
In order to fill this gap, Australian Tourism Industry initiated the process of reforming the visa rules, through lessening the language proficiency skills, which is the significant criteria where most of the individuals get rejected, in order to get ample number of low-skilled workers that meet the demand.
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