90% of Australians believing it is also difficult for mature workers to find work
(PRWEB UK) 16 August 2013
The article Gen Y Heading Overseas For Work, published 2nd July in hrm Asia details the findings of a report from Randstad which reveals that 56% of Australians feel that under 25's have the hardest time finding work, often forced to take jobs under their education levels. With youth unemployment twice as high as the national average, it comes as little surprise that over half (52%) of young Australians claim they would be willing to look overseas for employment. The problem is one also affecting the older generation as well, with 90% of Australians believing it is also difficult for mature workers to find work.
Helping thousands of workers to transfer overseas each year in search of better working opportunities, the specialists at Interdean took a natural interest in the recent survey. A representative from the brand shares some advice on what young Australian workers can do to improve their position.
“Those moving from Australia in search of work would be well advised to do some research on employment opportunities within their particular industry in each potential country. As well as the number of jobs available, it is also important to think about working hours and conditions as well as things like pensions. With a lot of experience within this particular area, our staff are on hand to give visa advice and assistance.”
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