1000s of Jobs Now Open to Irish Working Holiday Makers in Australia
Australia has proven to be a hugely popular destination for Irish people with over 100,000 emigrating there in the last decade. The Irish desire to pack up everything and head to Oz seems to be stronger than ever before with 9,000 Irish people going on the Australia Working Holiday visa this past year, a massive increase of 11% since the year before.
It’s not difficult to see why the demand for Australia keeps growing: lots of job opportunities, fantastic climate, over 10,000 beaches and some of the best cities in the world. With such a high quality of life, what else could you possibly need?
Introducing Australia Inc.
Tourism Australia has launched a new campaign called Australia Inc. They are seeking Irish people to come and join their workforce and fill 1000s of jobs from a massive variety of industries. The campaign seeks to demonstrate how a working holiday in Australia can give young people a point of difference and equip them with the experience, confidence and skills needed to develop a successful career back home after their working holiday Down Under. For more information on Australia Inc. and for info and tips for setting up your new life down under visit australia.com.
Also check out their Instagram @australia for some serious motivation to get booking!
In celebration with their new campaign, Tourism Australia have partnered with USIT. to bring you a special offer that’s too good to miss. For a limited time only, USIT are offering our ALL IN package (Visa + Flight + Insurance + More) for only €999! A brand new life in paradise for less than a grand? Doesn’t get much better than that!
And if you’re still between two minds about making the move, USIT have several upcoming Australia Info Nights you won’t want to miss! To find out about the visa process, jobs, the hotspots for 2019 and loads more, come to one of our info talks below. Just click the links to sign up for free!
Australia Info Nights:
Limerick: 15th May, Savoy Hotel, 6pm
Galway: 21st May, Harbour Hotel, 6pm
Cork: 22nd May, Imperial Hotel, 6pm