- 1 Post By Willber
Doesn't make sense!
Western Australia has just announced the opening of the largest new mining project in Australia’s history. The project involves investment of over $50 billion and as a result, they expect to need thousands of skilled workers for this project. In fact, their statistics are that the skilled labour force in Western Australia has moved from an oversupply of around 20,000 to a shortage of around 40,000 in less than 12 months. To top it, they have now no idea where the skilled workforce is going to come from.
I have a feeling that the immigration status will change for the better sooner rather than later. I know this is in the West but surely it will have an effect everywhere else.
Oh well chin up!