According to the government’s Skill Priority List, the ‘jobs of the future’ that are expected to remain hot in demand are:
– Construction managers
– Civil engineering professionals
– Early childhood teachers
– Registered nurses
– ICT (information and communications technology) business and
– Software and applications programmers
– Child Care Workers
– Aged and Disability Carers
They’re described as a “mixed bag” of professions by Pi-Shen Seet, professor of entrepreneurship and innovation at Western Australia’s Edith Cowan University.
Professor Seet said Australia has had a long history of both training domestic workers and using skilled migration to fill gaps in various industries, and it largely depended on supply and demand.
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