1. This fiscal year's final 189 invitation, the winner of this round of engineering and medical
The Immigration Bureau manually issued the 189 invitations for the last round of fiscal year 20-21 on the morning of 4.21. The number of invitations is not small. The occupations are concentrated in unpopular engineering and medical related. The invitations we collected are as follows:
The engineering category has——
--85 points Petroleum Engineer, DOE 02/10/2019
--85 points Petroleum Engineer, DOE 05/12/2019
--85 points Petroleum Engineer, DOE 05/12/2019
--85 points Petroleum Engineer, DOE 20/01/2020
--95 points Mining Engineer (ex Petroleum), DOE 11/12/2020
--85 minutes Mining Engineering (ex Petroleum), DOE 22/02/2021
--85 minutes Mining Engineer (ex Petroleum), DOE 19/06/2020
--85 points Production or Plant Engineer, DOE 18/5/2020
--85 points Production or Plant Engineer, DOE 05/5/2020
--95 points Environmental Engineer, DOE 03/08/2020
--100 points Environmental Engineer, DOE 15/12/2020
The medical category has ——
--85 points 2531 Surgeons, DOE19/08/2020
--85 points 2531 Surgeons, DOE 07/2020
--85 points Veterinarian, DOE 08/07/2020
--85 points Medical Laboratory Scientist, DOE 29/09/2020
--90 points Medical Laboratory Scientist, DOE 15/10/2020
--85 points Radiation Oncologist (belonging to 2539 Other Medical Practitioners), DOE 22/01/2020 and 95 points Biomedical Engineer, DOE 29/09/2020
The official newspaper of the Immigration Bureau will not be published until a while before we know the accurate data of invitations. However, according to the data we have seen, accounting, ICT, teachers, social workers and other professions are likely to be empty this fiscal year.
2. The ANZSCO occupation list will be adjusted and updated, and 2021 will focus on three major areas
The ANZSCO occupation list, which has not been adjusted since 2013, will be updated soon. The Australian Bureau of Statistics officials announced that they are cooperating with multiple Australian government agencies and will soon adjust the ANZSCO occupation list. There will be a certain degree of update. The updated areas will be concentrated in 2021. In agriculture, forestry and fishery, cyber security industry and marine ship manufacturing. After that, the 2021-22 ABS will focus on the areas of renewal including engineering, construction and health. They will also study a new set of ANZSCO setting new methods in order to keep up with the rapid changes in the labor market. The ANZSCO occupation list has many uses. For immigrants and international students, the most direct and familiar one is the occupation code of the nominated occupation. The occupation code we usually call is the ANZSCO Code. Each occupation corresponds to an ANZSCO Code. Those with the same first four numbers belong to an occupation group.
For example, the most common accountant, 221111 is Accountant (general), 221112 is Management Accountant, and 221113 is Taxation Accountant. They all belong to the same occupational group 2211. You can also see different skill levels from the ANZSCO code. Generally, we usually use skill levels 1-3. The most common Professional is skill level 2, and the ANZSCO code starts with 2.
In reality, the changes in the skill levels of different occupations in the labor market and the emergence of some emerging occupations are important reasons why people continue to call for the update of the ANZSCO occupation list.
3. The Prime Minister: Strive for home quarantine in the second half of the year, and allow more entry positions for non-PR/citizens
This week, the Australian Federal Government stepped up to promote vaccination. The Prime Minister said that Australia is not in a hurry to open up its borders, but has begun to prepare for it to allow the governor and the public to accept those who are allowed to go abroad for necessary reasons, such as work, medical or sympathy reasons, and return. The family quarantine is tentatively scheduled for the second half of this year if the vaccination can proceed smoothly. If home isolation is possible, the pressure and restrictions of hotel isolation will be greatly reduced. Then overseas labor can come in, and it is possible to allow more other groups (meaning non-citizens/PR students, tourists, and technical labor) to enter in a very controlled and safe manner.
Of course, this is still a long way from the actual implementation. On the one hand, a lot of work must be done to ensure that home isolation is as effective and smooth as the current hotel isolation. On the other hand, it is necessary to persuade the state and territory governments to deal with the epidemic. There is a big difference in attitudes. For example, the relatively less conservative NSW is intensively planning the return of foreign students in a pilot program, hoping to implement 250 people every two weeks in the second half of the year. Conservative ones, such as Western Australia, have started a new three-day lock down