Nursing in Australia

AUSTRALIA NEEDS NURSES

According to government statistics, there will be a
shortage of 122,000 nurses by year 2030.

AUSTRALIA NEEDS NURSES

According to government statistics, there will be a
shortage of 122,000 nurses by year 2030.

AGEING WORKFORCE

There will be a large number of older nurses that are retiring soon. In 2012 the average age of Registered Nurses and Enrolled Nurses are 44.6 years old and 23 percent are aged 55 and over.

HIGH DEMAND

If there is nothing done with the current flow of supply and demand of nurses, there is will be a shortfall of 122,846 by the year 2030. 

Coordinated initiatives are in place to increase the number of nurses
across governments, employers, the professional and the tertiary education sector.

OCCUPATION CEILINGS

Registered Nurses are now set at 13872 per year with only 13 percent or less than 2000 invitations granted. Midwives occupational ceiling is set at 1000 and only 30 invitations were granted. This according to according to the Department of Immigration and Border website March 2016

PERFECT OPPORTUNITY

Combined factors from different sectors provide the conducive climate for nurses to choose Australia as a destination of choice. High demand and open occupational ceiling opens up the doors for those who want to seek to pursue their career in nursing. There is room for growth for those who decide to take their first step.

BE WITH  YOUR FAMILY

Reports indicate that there are a 3,124 Temporary and 612 Permanent visa granted totalling 3,736 last 2012. These are a combination of Enrolled Nurses and Registered Nurses.

WE CAN HELP

Our team of Education and Immigration agencies provides support to Internationally Qualified Nurses and Future Students to kick-start their career in the Australian Nursing Workforce.

Take your first step towards this  wonderful once in lifetime opportunity.

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