Working in the mines has been a rite of passage for many New Zealand and UK tradies since the mining boom began in early noughties. And ever since the noughties, Australia has been screaming out for workers in the mines.
Working in a European country is a dream of many as it allows you to gain broader work experience, travel extensively, and enjoy a rich culture—all at the same time. However, if you are a non-EU citizen, there are a few obstacles you need to overcome first.
Australia is a land of opportunity with many jobs in all professions, from seasonal work to mining and then all areas of white-collar professions. There’s something for everyone here. With white sand beaches, tropical rainforest, the 12 apostles, Aires rock, red deserts and high annual salaries, it’s easy to understand why people flock from around the world to establish a life in Australia.
Moving overseas is a big deal. Once you’ve got your work visa, you’ll need to learn about a new geography, confusing cultural nuances like the classically dry humor all kiwis have and then subtleties like social norms and language dialects.
This article will outline the benefit of Australian farming jobs, where to go and what to expect when you’re looking for farm work.