A Good Match: Optimising Australia's permanent skilled migration
Nearly a quarter of permanent skilled migrants in Australia are working in a job beneath their skill level, a new report by CEDA has found.
This report examines the facts around temporary migration, its importance to business and the economic benefits it delivers to Australians.
While less often discussed than permanent migration, it is a significant and important part of Australia’s migration system.
Contrary to some concerns, our analysis shows that recent waves of migrants have not had an adverse impact on the wages or jobs of local workers.
Temporary migration is a natural offshoot of globalisation. It is necessary to keep Australia competitive and innovative. This report seeks to contribute to a broader understanding of the scale and scope of temporary migration and its contribution to Australia’s economy and society. The report explores three areas:
Effects of temporary migration also provides key recommendations on how the Federal Government could enhance its approach to temporary migration policy ensuring the stability of the program in the years to come.