Can we get a job in Australia applying from India?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Reese Vincent



Can we get a job in Australia applying from India?

It is incredibly difficult. I'm sorry for disappointing you.

If you are looking for Australian PR:

It is really difficult to find work in Australia while in India.

You are lucky if you work for a company that already has offices in Australia and that allows free movement of employees. You can look for a company internal job transfer to Australia.

The other option is to just be in Australia physically and look for work. Companies want to interview people in person. Most companies do not pay for the interview trip to Australia. You are very lucky if you can find a company that is willing to

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It is incredibly difficult. I'm sorry for disappointing you.

If you are looking for Australian PR:

It is really difficult to find work in Australia while in India.

You are lucky if you work for a company that already has offices in Australia and that allows free movement of employees. You can look for a company internal job transfer to Australia.

The other option is to just be in Australia physically and look for work. Companies want to interview people in person. Most companies do not pay for the interview trip to Australia. You are very lucky if you can find a company that is willing to take you to Australia for interviews. You must have enough reserve in the bank (at least 4-6 months) to go to Australia and search there. The initial setup cost would be really high if you move to any PR country.

Do your research on the type of job you want to get in Australia. Seek to follow very meticulously

- Some jobs could be really scarce and Australians themselves would be scrambling for vacancies. Do your research and check job availabilities.

- Check if your job requires any license or certification from the Australian authorities to get a job in the field. This license can cost you money and time. This will further delay your chances of finding a job.

- Check the availability of work in the city where you plan to move. Select as many as possible if you plan to go there and look for work. This can increase the speed of getting a job multiple times if you have done your job from India.

- Take into account the difference in taxes and the cost of living in the city. Don't just look at the annual salary. Make sure you have a budget plan before moving to Australia. There are many jobs where you can earn much more in India itself. Of course, this is after factoring in all your expenses and taxes in Australia compared to India.

Looking for a professional job?

Top Australian companies often have the criteria to give preference to people who have an Australian PR or PR. Many of them tend to avoid candidates who do not have such visas even though their education is from Australia.

As they need professionals, if you have a higher qualification and a very impressive resume that they can really use, they can offer you a sponsorship for your residency with a minimum employment contract that can be from 2 years to 5 years. During such cases, companies pay most of the visa fees and help you obtain a visa.

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Looking for a professional job?

Top Australian companies often have the criteria to give preference to people who have an Australian PR or PR. Many of them tend to avoid candidates who do not have such visas even though their education is from Australia.

As they need professionals, if you have a higher qualification and a very impressive resume that they can really use, they can offer you a sponsorship for your residency with a minimum employment contract that can be from 2 years to 5 years. During such cases, companies pay most of the visa fees and help you obtain a visa so that you can work for them for longer. They would pay you though!

No company tends to employ people who do not have a residence guarantee, since they invest in you so that the company grows. If you leave due to visa restrictions or work hour restrictions, it would lead them to hire others, which is a long and expensive process. So you must work on your visa or have a very impressive qualification.

If you have an impressive resume, start applying online at various companies and see how they respond to you.

Good luck.

I think it will be very difficult to find work offshore. When applying for jobs in Australia, you will be required to attend interviews, which is not possible when you are abroad. Also, employers request local Australian experience that you eventually do not have and therefore the request is rejected. The Australian market is already flooded with job-seeking Australian university graduates and this makes it even more difficult for a person like you to be considered for jobs abroad. You may want to try again and again, but it may not help. I recommend that you be on the ground and then look

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I think it will be very difficult to find work offshore. When applying for jobs in Australia, you will be required to attend interviews, which is not possible when you are abroad. Also, employers request local Australian experience that you eventually do not have and therefore the request is rejected. The Australian market is already flooded with job-seeking Australian university graduates and this makes it even more difficult for a person like you to be considered for jobs abroad. You may want to try again and again, but it may not help. I recommend that you be on the ground and then look for work. This will also save you time and increase the chances that your application will be considered. Believe me or not, this is the truth.

No, Indians can never get Australian visa and job, if you are interested in working you have 3 options, Option 1: Apply for migration, Option 2 Think about MS in Australia

Option 3, if you have a friend, ask her to go to Australia to study MS, (under a spouse and student visa). You can go with her and have permission to work full time if you can find a job.

But it is obvious that yes, your only bank depends on your capabilities, caliber and correct approach.
Just search for Australia NEWS PAPER and jobs or you can create a profile on SEEK, the number for Australia. 1 jobs, employment, career and recruiting site
and the best Login or Register and the list goes on and on.
You just need to prove to yourself that yes, you are the most qualified person for that job and that you can handle and manage all possible outcomes.
Good luck.

NO.

not possible for average Indians.

if you are an expert at something then it may be possible. but they still want people who already have a work or public relations visa.

If you work with an Indian company in India that has clients in Australia, you may have the opportunity to get job interviews with other companies during your stay in Australia.

you can and should if you are interested in getting one in Australia

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Try to keep trying! Never give up !

Get an Australian PR - Australian companies do not sponsor outsider visas unless your skills are niche and much needed in the marketplace. Having public relations is an advantage and in most cases a necessity.

Being in Australia: Being in Australia is a must for most recruiters for hiring. If you are outside Australia, make sure you learn and practice a specific skill.

Online Job Search - Network on sites like LinkedIn. Use LinkedIn to search for your specific job roles and people working in your interesting field / organization, try connecting with them via links

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Try to keep trying! Never give up !

Get an Australian PR - Australian companies do not sponsor outsider visas unless your skills are niche and much needed in the marketplace. Having public relations is an advantage and in most cases a necessity.

Being in Australia: Being in Australia is a must for most recruiters for hiring. If you are outside Australia, make sure you learn and practice a specific skill.

Online Job Search - Network on sites like LinkedIn. Use LinkedIn to search for your specific job roles and people who work in your interesting field / organization, try connecting with them via the linked premium trial. LinkedIn has advanced search options to help you do that. You have options on LinkedIn to receive new job alerts in specific areas of your interest, in a specific organization or specific location in Australia. Keep your LinkedIn profile up-to-date and let recruiters know that you have a PR or are looking for a job in Melbourne (by updating your name with him). You have an option on LinkedIn so recruiters know that you are looking for a job.

Register at job sites like SEEK - Australia's no. 1 job site, employment, career and recruitment and job search | In fact, to receive your specific job alerts.

Get a good resume and cover letter. Modify your resume according to the job posting and try to include all the keywords that are in the key areas of expertise the recruiter is looking for. Don't lie too.

Prepare for the answers to the behavioral questions in the interview. HR will ask you for many examples from your official life that relate to your behavior. They will try to evaluate it to see how it fits into the organization.

Make an Interview Notebook: This one-sided book covers your technical notes what you learn. And from the other side of the interview questions (both behavioral and technical) write down all the questions you received for an interview and prepare a better answer based on your experience. Prepare a timeline of all the events in your official life so that you can relate your examples to the behavioral questions you get and real-life incidents. This book will be helpful throughout your career progression.

Try it, never give up and you will succeed.

PS: I did all of the above. I got a public relations when I was out of Australia, I looked for work for 2 years from abroad (more than 300 jobs applied, 3 company recruiters showed up for an interview via skype / phone, one recruiter canceled the interview the day before the interview , a company that I finished one round and rejected) and the last one now, after two rounds of skype interviews and HR interviews, I finally got an offer and I'm landing in Melbourne. Persistence is the key. All the best !!!

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Is not difficult. Simply speaking from personal experience and not from anyone else's experiences.

I am spending time writing this because I want you to come here and help Australia with your skills. We need trained people. Many of you.

I studied Masters in Australia. I came back to India and got about a year of work experience and got technical certification.

I returned to Australia (Sydney) and got a job in a few days. It was a contract position. But my day usually started at 4 PM implementing software at a law firm. This gave me ample opportunity to attend other interviews during

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Hello there

Is not difficult. Simply speaking from personal experience and not from anyone else's experiences.

I am spending time writing this because I want you to come here and help Australia with your skills. We need trained people. Many of you.

I studied Masters in Australia. I came back to India and got about a year of work experience and got technical certification.

I returned to Australia (Sydney) and got a job in a few days. It was a contract position. But my day usually started at 4 PM implementing software at a law firm. This gave me ample opportunity to attend other interviews during the day. I would have applied for at least 100 jobs and attended 25 interviews. Almost one every day. I got a full-time position in a month or so. I've never looked back again.

To get a job:

  1. Be prepared to do whatever job you get. I worked at the BP gas station for the first few weeks
  2. Be modest in interviews. Do not oversell. This starts from the recruiters to the technical managers of the company you will be working for. Do not push. Did I say 'Be modest'? It is a great disappointment when you are insistent. The right recruiters and managers will see what you are worth to them if you are modest
  3. Interviews are about evaluating the person you are more than your technical skills. At the end of the day, the interviewers assess your ability to work as a team. After all, you will be spending at least 38 hours a week with your colleagues. You can learn new technologies, but you cannot learn skills and attitudes.
  4. Research the company you will be working for before going to the interview. This will show the hiring team that you are genuinely interested in the company and willing to contribute.
  5. Prepare for the interview, there are many interview techniques on the internet. Prepare for at least the 10 most likely questions. This also helps, as you are not making up answers. It just presents adequate and well-researched answers. It takes away the advantage of the interview. Makes you look smart and confident
  6. In the interview, talk about why you will fit the position and be useful to the company. Stay away from your personal ambitions and expectations unless they ask.
  7. If you think you will not fit the position or have nothing to offer, do not apply for it or attend the interview. Do everyone a favor and invest this time in a job that you are truly qualified for and interested in.
  8. Be confident to get a job. There is always another interview around the corner. Be positive at all times. This will show up in the interview. It's not the end of the world if you don't get this job
  9. There are many jobs in Australia. Put your foot somewhere. Any job. We need trained people like you to help our country
  10. Don't expect immediate returns on your investment. Believe in return on investment over a period of time. Keep trying
  11. Please take this with a grain of salt. Australia is much more. Don't just think of it as a place to earn money. Australia is a melting pot of cultures. Australia is made by immigrants. It is wrong to think that immigrants do not get a job, as it is not true. Here you can learn a lot about other cultures and food. You are destined to become a tolerant person. A tolerant person is more peaceful than a successful person in life.
  12. Getting a job that suits your college degree doesn't mean you're not fulfilling your destiny. I know many friends who started stacking aisles in supermarkets and worked their way up to store managers. Of course they pay them well
  13. Australia is an egalitarian society. You are not respected for your position or the amount of money you have. You are respected because you are honest, trustworthy, and modest.
  14. Want to learn new things. When learning stops, you stop growing as a person. It is not uncommon in Australia for people to change careers. Even if it means starting as an apprentice in the new career
  15. While working here in Australia, you will find that money won't make you happy, but learning new things will.
  16. Be open to understanding that the work culture in Australia may be different than where you are from. We believe in efficiency more than the number of hours you spend at your desk

Australia has a minimum wage, so even if you earn minimum wage, your lifestyle will not be that different from other well-off people.

Please come here, keep trying, don't give up, feel genuinely interested in the language, the culture, the nature, the people. Accept and Australia will accept you. We need you. All the best to you.

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PS: Newly arrived immigrants from non-English backgrounds are doing the above jobs, and many have masters or PhD degrees (the only readily available white-collar job is IT programmer, but I've purposely omitted it because it's more like a self-generating business rather than a job and one can have this even sitting at home or in the deeper areas of the African continent).

DON'T be fooled by Diac in blah blah blah

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Carpenter, Shopping Assistant (Retail), Barber, Restaurant Waiter, Security, Delivery Driver, Pitt & Pipes, Plumbing, 7/11 Assistant, Uber Driver, Taxi Driver,

PS: Newly arrived immigrants from non-English backgrounds are doing the above jobs, and many have masters or PhD degrees (the only readily available white-collar job is IT programmer, but I've purposely omitted it because it's more like a self-generating business rather than a job and one can have this even sitting at home or in the deeper areas of the African continent).

DO NOT be fooled by Diac about updated blah blah qualified profiles on their websites, calling people who are invited to apply on 'qualified' immigrant profiles on demand. The Australian industry does not share the same perspectives and demands. Industries require local Australian experience before even getting interviewed. So forget about the higher expectations of your high profile local degrees endorsed by Engineers Australia or any other Australian agency before you emigrate. They are of negligible value in the eyes of employers here ... unless you acquire an American degree or international certifications (which is a different monkey mentality here for anything in the US!).

To be frank, you will most likely start from scratch.

The Immigration Department is mindlessly feeding would-be immigrants so that only educated people can enter and the Australian government can make its workers choose from the cream of other poor countries. The rest of the white collar jobs are filled first by your own citizens or people of white English-speaking origin (racism is certainly at play in many vacancies) ... unless you are very, very specialized in your domain .

Remember, the H1-B or L1 visa is nothing, some time after working in the US You will realize that the only way to really prosper or move up the job ladder is to not be sponsored anyway. You have to become a permanent resident or become a naturalized citizen. So I will give a description of the ways to get a green card.

In addition to the answers already well voted, there are other routes, also known as 'System game':

1) A good number of service-based companies (quite small compared to TCS, Infosys, etc.) operated especially by people from Telugu speaking states of India will process H1B by bloat.

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Remember, the H1-B or L1 visa is nothing, some time after working in the US You will realize that the only way to really prosper or move up the job ladder is to not be sponsored anyway. You have to become a permanent resident or become a naturalized citizen. So I will give a description of the ways to get a green card.

In addition to the answers already well voted, there are other routes, also known as 'System game':

1) A good number of service-based companies (quite small compared to TCS, Infosys, etc.) operated especially by people from Telugu speaking states of India will process H1B by inflating their resume with bogus experience (usually 3 to 7 years). or even more) and skills that you don't really have. Your job then is to diligently learn the skill they teach you in their in-house facilities advertised with a 'free hosting' tag. They will find a client to work with easily, clearing the telephone interview on your behalf and you would appear at the client's location to do the work. What do they get in return? Certainly, a good billing by the client, in addition to a division of his salary saying between 20 and 40% of what he is actually paid, in what both mutually agree previously. Now, to process your H1B application, they have to take you out of the resident labor market test (called LCA in US) and to do so, they have to show that 'there is no competent US / green card holder' to perform that particular job. This will be done by posting an advertisement in electronic / print media on remotely read / viewed pages to see that not many will apply for that position. Even if some Americans did, they will most likely be rejected for "technical / competitive" reasons. You can exercise this option by approaching 'consultants in Hyderabad' and paying them a certain commission which is usually above 1 lakh INR ($ 1600-2500) or getting a master's admission at 'a random university (no matter how worse)' in and around Houston, Dallas, San Francisco, Los Angeles , Chicago, Boston, Washington, NJ, Baltimore, Detroit, Miami preferably (the reason being that these are the areas where most of Telugu resides in addition to business including IT running here), but not necessarily . This is the preferred route for most so-called Telugu-speaking 'students' in the US to earn an H1B. Certainly there are very good technicians from the Telugu speaking states, so I am not stereotyping them. By the way, these sweatshops also sponsor you a 'Green Card'. a random college (no matter how worse) 'in and around Houston, Dallas, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Washington, New Jersey, Baltimore, Detroit, Miami preferably (the reason is that these are the areas where most of Telugu resides besides businesses (including IT running here), but not necessarily. This is the preferred route for most so-called Telugu-speaking 'students' in the US to earn an H1B. Certainly there are very good technicians from the Telugu speaking states, so I am not stereotyping them. By the way, these sweatshops also sponsor you a 'Green Card'. a random college (no matter how worse) 'in and around Houston, Dallas, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Washington, New Jersey, Baltimore, Detroit, Miami preferably (the reason is that these are the areas where most of Telugu resides besides businesses (including IT running here), but not necessarily. This is the preferred route for most so-called Telugu-speaking 'students' in the US to earn an H1B. Certainly there are very good technicians from the Telugu speaking states, so I am not stereotyping them. By the way, these sweatshops also sponsor you a 'Green Card'. Miami preferably (the reason being that these are the areas where most of the Telugu resides in addition to the business, including IT running here), but not necessarily. This is the preferred route for most so-called Telugu-speaking 'students' in the US to earn an H1B. Certainly there are very good technicians from the Telugu speaking states, so I am not stereotyping them. By the way, these sweatshops also sponsor you a 'Green Card'. Miami preferably (the reason being that these are the areas where most of the Telugu resides in addition to the business, including IT running here), but not necessarily. This is the preferred route for most so-called Telugu-speaking 'students' in the US to earn an H1B. Certainly there are very good technicians from the Telugu speaking states, so I am not stereotyping them. By the way, these sweatshops also sponsor you a 'Green Card'. there are very good technicians from the Telugu speaking states, so I am not stereotyping them. By the way, these sweatshops also sponsor you a 'Green Card'. there are very good technicians from the Telugu speaking states, so I am not stereotyping them. By the way, these sweatshops also sponsor you a 'Green Card'.

PS - some of these sweat shops are also run by Tamil / Gujaratis, although fewer in number.

2) T1 Visa - Get a blue collar job, say something like domestic help / babysitter / babysitter or cook etc with Indians permanently established in USA / Diplomats prepare to falsify salary on paper when you apply a visa, then he runs away from his employer and shows up at an organization of 'human rights activists' asking for help on grounds of poor pay and human trafficking, they will sue his employer and arrange to get him a 'T Visa' as soon as the higher the profile of your so-called employer the better media attention, hence the better chances of getting a 't visa' and ultimately a 'green card'

3) Marry an American - You can do that, choose the gender you want to marry and you can do it by persistent online harassment and get married and get a green card or you can have a pre-arranged spouse ready to fool the authorities for some time . monetary benefit.

4) Asylum: Apply for asylum in the US, for reasons of persecution, but if you are from India, you must be from a 'minority' to access this route. I know some Sikhs who did that.

4) Illegal Immigrant - Smuggle into the United States illegally, raise there to have a child who will be an American by default, and then become part of the executive action to legalize your residency.
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