If you are a non-resident wondering how to find a job in Australia, you will first require the appropriate work permit (unless you are from New Zealand).
Along with this, this section covers working days; average salary at 1,605 AUD (390,000 Naira) per week for a full-time worker; working as a self-employed person (which requires sufficient funds and a strong business plan); and Australia’s many social security benefits, payments which are administered by Centrelink, a branch of the Department of Human Services.
Unless you are a citizen of New Zealand, working in Australia as a foreigner will most likely require a visa. You will need to figure out which type is best for you and your employment situation. The good news is that Australia has several visa types for all kinds of workers, including highly-skilled workers, specialized workers, entrepreneurs, and business owners.
The average salary in Australia stood at 1,605 AUD (about 400,000 Naira) per week for a full-time worker, according to the Australia Bureau of Statistics. The national minimum wage in the country is 18.93 AUD (4619.34 Naira) per hour or 719.20 AUD (175,500 Naira) weekly.
The average annual salary, including benefits, is 91,552 AUD (over 2m Naira). So, what is a good salary in Australia? Generally, you should aim to earn more than the average.
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NB: Applicant have to pay the sum of ₦40,000 for form and agreement. Full payment of package is to be made upon issuance of visa.
NB: The total amount to be paid after the issuance of visa will be seen physically and fixed. Both parties will be unable to access it till Visa has been issued.