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1. Do you consider that occupations need to be added to the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)?
What occupations should be added to the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)?
Please also include occupations that you propose should be moved from the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) to the MLTSSL.
Please outline the evidence or data that would support these occupations being added to the MLTSSL.
This is QIAN LIU, a Chinese Recruiment Consultant. I have got over 6 year working experience as headhunting consultant with great understanding of human resource and a wealth of experience in recruitment management and internal staff training and I am considering to establish a HR Recruitment Consulting Company in Tasmania.
I have identified a market opening in Hobart, Tasmania, for a Recruitment Consulting
Firm aimed at the particular niche afforded by the number of emerging small to medium
businesses that are run by, owned by, or have intentions to recruit Chinese workers, either permanently or on Working Holiday Visas.
As we all know, Australia is now in it’s 26th year of consecutive growth. It boasts globally competitive industries, and a smart, skilled workforce.
The employment placement and recruitment services industry is anticipated to expand at
a moderate rate over the next five years through to 2022. Industry demand will continue
to be influenced by the national unemployment rate, level of business confidence, and
the size of the total labour force. The national unemployment rate is forecast to fall over
the five years to 2022. This decline is expected to drive demand for industry services as
the size of the labour force grows and business confidence remains largely positive.
Demand for employment placement services tends to follow broad economic trends, particularly growth in the size of the labour force, the unemployment rate and business
confidence. When the economy is strong and unemployment is low, employers turn to
employment placement services to help find suitable skilled and unskilled labour.
To sum up, Recruitment Consultant is a very important occupation for the development of Australia's economy. And I strongly suggested that this position should be considered to move from STSOL to the MLTSSL.
2. Do you consider that occupations need to be added to the Short Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL)?
3. Do you consider that occupations need to be removed from the Medium and Long Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSSL) or the Short Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL)?