Healthcare has consistently been the primary provider of new jobs over the short, medium and long term. This trend has been predicted to continue, with this industry projected to contribute more than one fifth of Australia's total employment growth.
New York, New York (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
Business Review today announces the recent launch of expatmedicaljobs.com set to provide job seekers with international healthcare related career opportunities. The job board is a result of Australia’s Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations’ (DEEWR) 2013 Employment Prediction Report citing the healthcare industry as a sector predicted to grow by 13 per cent with an approximate 177,800 increase of jobs between 2013 and 2017.
Expatmedicaljobs.com will list searchable location specific healthcare career opportunities in Australia and abroad. Job seekers can expect to also receive free career path advice, daily curtailed job alert emails and a resume database for headhunters to provide job seekers using the site with a competitive advantage in the market. “Healthcare has consistently been the primary provider of new jobs over the short, medium and long term,” John Kirkby, founder of Webjobz says. “This trend has been predicted to continue, with this industry projected to contribute more than one fifth of Australia’s total employment growth over the next five years. Some contributing factors to this projection include the impact of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), Australia’s ageing population and community and home based care services. We are dedicated to providing job seekers with every resource available to them to find their dream career in the healthcare sector.”
Each year, DEEWR produces employment projections by industry, occupation and region for the following five years. The projections are derived from best practice time series models that summarise the information that is in a time series and converts it into a forecast. The projections are made by combining forecasts from autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) and exponential smoothing with damped trend (ESWDT) models, with some adjustments made to take account of DEEWR research and known future industry developments. The report can be seen in full here. Job Seekers using expatmedicaljobs.com can also refine their search criteria by choosing from a specific geographical area, job type classification and employment and advertiser type. Employers seeking to advertise employment opportunities can expect competitively priced job posting services, access to the CV databases, banner advertisements and newsletter advertising opportunities to attract the best possible candidates through a multitude of different channels.
Webjobz.com is an International Generalist website that displays jobs for all locations and for all industry classifications. Affiliate sites (employment portals) display jobs relevant to their specialisation and domain location. They cover the Engineering, Oil and Gas, Construction, Mining, Medical, Nursing and Healthcare, Banking, Finance and Insurance, Teaching, Education and Training and IT and computing sectors.