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Category Archives: Job Abroad

September 25, 2023
September 25, 2023

Despite of Covid 19 pandemic and problems related to the war in Ukraine, labor market developments in Croatia in 2022 were quite positive with the number of unemployed people falling further. The positive trends in the labor market were significant increase in the Gross Domestic Product. The Government’s job preserving policies aimed at maintaining stable labor market and various other measures that have led to a further increase in the average wage, have contributed to the economic recovery and relatively large increase in personal consumption.

Croatia introduced Euro as its currency on 1st Jan 2023 and Croatian citizens and entrepreneurs should benefit from a significantly low currency risk. The country’s entry into the Schengen area means smoother entry to the country and significantly faster and cheaper transport options.

The government’s package of measures includes limiting the price of basic food stuffs in an effort to offset inflation.

On October 31st 2022, the Government and trade union of employees in public services signed an annex to the collective agreements regulating increases in the wage base and other monetary rights in 2022 and 2023. Wages and salaries increased by 6 % from October 1st 2022 and by 2% from April 2023. The new minimum wage for 2023 is €700 per month gross, or €560 net, not including social contributions, personal income tax and sur tax (an increase of €78). The new minimum wage will be 51.32% of the average gross wage or 62.14% of the gross median wage for June 2022.

The serious shortages of essential workers in Croatia started before the COVID-19 pandemic, and the pandemic further worsened the situation. There has been a significant shortage of workers in the construction sector, due to the unfavourable working conditions in the sector. Also, there are severe skills shortages in the healthcare system, with a huge need for doctors, general and specialist medical practitioners, as well as nurses.

The shortage of workers in the tourism sector is common; due to the work’s seasonal nature and limited employment opportunities out of season, young people are unwilling to enroll in educational programmes for these occupations. Since the outbreak of the war, more than 20,000 Ukrainian refugees came to Croatia. Information on the exact number of employed Ukrainian refugees is not available, but many of them worked during the 2022 summer tourist season on the coast as waiters, cooks, cleaners and shop assistants.

In 2022, further amendments were made to the Labor Act (OG 151/22), which entered into force on 1 January 2023. The most important changes are a clearer definition of working from home and a mandatory 50% pay increase for work carried out on Sundays. The act regulates a new form of work, that which is carried out through digital work platforms, both to protect people employed in this way and also to promote this form of work. This part of the act will enter into force on 1 January 2024.

August 30, 2023

Holder of an Overseas Medical Radiation and Radiation Therapy qualification can apply for registration with the Medical Radiation Technologist Board. Australian qualified Sonographers and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technologists will also need to apply as an overseas trained applicant.

Documents needed:

  • Certified copy of qualification certificates
  •  Two certificates of good character
  •  One passport style photograph
  •  Evidence of name change
  •  A criminal conviction notice that is no more than six months old each country you have lived and worked in for more than 12 months
  •  Official academic transcript
  •  Clinical log book
  •  Full course curriculum
  •  Thesis
  •  A letter from professional accreditation body confirming the accreditation / recognition of the program of the study you completed for registration or license to practice
  •  Clinical experience form
  •  Evidence of registration and certificate of good standing from each registration authority you are registered with overseas
  •  Certificate of employment from each employer you have had in the last five years
  •  Curriculum Vitae
  •  Evidence of meeting the English language required (IELTS Exams).

These documents are a legal requirement, and provision of them is non-negotiable.

May 30, 2023
May 30, 2023

If you are planning to visit Canada as a tourist, you will need to apply for a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) before your trip. A TRV is a document that allows you to enter Canada for a limited period, typically up to six months.
To apply for a TRV, you will need to submit an application to the Canadian government. The application process typically involves filling out a form online or on paper, providing supporting documentation, paying a fee, and attending an interview at a Canadian consulate or embassy. To be eligible for a TRV, you will need to demonstrate that you meet the requirements for entry into Canada. This may include providing proof of your travel plans, financial support, and ties to your home country. You may also be required to undergo a medical examination or provide a police certificate.
Once your application is approved, you will be issued a TRV, which you will need to present to a border officer upon your arrival in Canada. The officer will verify your information and may ask you additional questions about your travel plans and intentions in Canada.
It’s important to note that a TRV does not guarantee entry into Canada. The final decision on your admission to Canada rests with the border officer. If you are deemed inadmissible, you may be refused entry and sent back to your home country.
In summery, if you are planning to visit Canada as a tourist, you need to apply for a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV). The application process involves providing supporting documentation, paying a fee, and attending an interview. Once you are issued a TRV, you will need to present it to a border officer upon your arrival in Canada.

May 12, 2023

New Zealand is a popular destination for people from all over the world looking for job opportunities. While there are no specific jobs reserved for Indians in New Zealand, there are several industries that are currently experiencing a shortage of skilled workers, and these industries may provide job opportunities for Indians.

New Zealand is known for its strong IT sector and has a growing demand for skilled IT professionals. some of the popular IT jobs in New Zealand include software engineers, developers, data analysts, and network administrators. Indian nationals with experience in these fields may find it easier to secure a job in the New Zealand IT industry.

Another industry with a shortage of skilled workers is healthcare. New Zealand has a growing elderly population and a demand for healthcare workers to support them. Indian nationals with qualifications and experience in nursing, aged care, and other healthcare-related fields may find it easier to find a job in New Zealand.

Apart from these industries, there are other sectors such as agriculture, engineering, and construction that also have job opportunities for skilled workers. Its essential to have a good understanding of the New Zealand job market and the specific requirements of each industry before applying for jobs.

To work in New Zealand, Indian nationals will need a valid work visa. There are several types of work visas available, and the specific type of visa you will need will depend on your qualification, work experiences, and the job you are applying for.


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