One in four permanent skilled migrants in Australia is working in roles that are below their skill level, costing hundreds of millions of dollars to the economy in foregone wages, according to a report. But experts suggest some ways for new migrants to find employment that suits their skills and experience.
- Nearly a quarter of permanent skilled migrants are over-qualified for their current jobs, a report says
- A lack of work experience in Australia and language difficulties are often the biggest barriers
- Experts say it's important to get any accreditation or licencing necessary, and sometimes, taking a step back may be necessary to get started
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