VISA-free countries are the most popular destination for Australians seeking work in the world’s biggest economy.
While there are more than a dozen countries where visas are not required, there are many other places where they are widely available.
Australia’s visa-dependent neighbours are the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Canada, and the United States is the country most closely associated with the country’s reputation as a welcoming country.
“Visa-free visa holders are an important part of the Australian economy, attracting jobs and investment,” Australian Immigration Minister Scott Morrison said.
“And the world looks to Australia as a place to build and innovate and expand its international network.”
It is not about Australia’s borders, but it is about the people who work here, and they are an integral part of Australia’s economic growth and prosperity.
“The world’s largest economy is also the most highly-skilled country in the OECD.
But while Australia has one of the highest proportion of skilled graduates in the entire OECD, the country has one-fifth the world average.
There are many reasons why skilled workers may not be able to get work in Australia, including high cost of living, lack of opportunities and a lack of skilled workforce.