Western Australia needs more Primary School Teachers

September 24, 2012


As Western Australia releases its State Migration Plan for 2012-2013, it's clear to see that the State is in desperate need of additional Primary School Teachers.

As a State which is expanding quickly there is currently not enough teachers in the area to cope with the increase in growth - and the State is now looking overseas to help fill this skills shortage.

The State is willing to sponsor suitably qualified Primary School Teachers from overseas to fill these vacancies, but as numbers are limited, it's crucial that you consider your migration options now rather than putting them on hold.

The full list of occupations currently sponsored by the West Australian Government can be found at http://www.migration.wa.gov.au/skilledmigration/Pages/Occupationsindemand.aspx

Western Australia is a popular choice for many Brits who have looked to make the move overseas, and with warm beaches and a laid back lifestyle being a stark contrast to the harsh winters we often see at home, it's not hard to see why!

If you are currently qualified as a Primary School Teacher and looking for a much improved lifestyle, then why not consider a move Down Under?

To find out more about how The Emigration Group can work on making your dream a reality, contact us today on 01244 321 414.

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