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​​​​​​​​Western Australia needs skilled and experienced workers to fill positions that are not able to be filled by the local workforce. Australian workplaces are different from those of other countries. 

Below are some guides in several languages that explain how we do things in Australian workplaces.

A guide for migrants who wish to enter the Western Australian workforce

Visit the Settlement Services section for more information on working in Western Australia.

Visit the Jobs and Skills WA website for tips on Finding a job​ and to view a list of Western Australian Occupation profiles.

For information on Western Australia's economy and labour market, visit the Workforce planning and development section​ of the Department of Training and Workforce Development website.

 

News

Launch of new Settlement Services Orientation videos 

Settlement Services is pleased to announce the launch of the Orientation online videos. These series of online videos offer support to newly arrived skilled migrants and their families to help them establish their lives in Western Australia. These videos provide a range of useful information from finances, transportation to playgroups and schooling. You can access the videos on the Settlement Services page or here.

Fun Fact
The length of the Western Australian border with the Northern Territory and South Australia is 1862 km.