CEDA | A GOOD MATCH: OPTIMISING AUSTRALIA'S PERMANENT SKILLED MIGRATION

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Australia’s points-based skilled migration system has been the envy of the world, and has been emulated by many other countries. The focus on skills, experience, age and language ability has allowed Australia to tightly control the migration intake, making it a tool to engineer favourable demographic and skills outcomes in the general population. The success of the program and recommendations for its improvement should be based on the following economic criteria.READ > https://www.ceda.com.au/ResearchAndPolicies/Research/Population/A-good-match-Optimising-Australia-s-permanent-skil


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