Vocational careers give you practical and useful skills, allow you to earn experience and an education by incurring in less student loan debt. Plus, they are always in demand.
Earning a university degree isn’t a bad idea, but it’s not for everyone. For certain professions, university degrees are required even for entry-level positions. Yet, a university degree isn’t necessary to make a good living.
There are many good reasons why you should consider a skilled vocational career: you gain experience immediately, the price tag is lower, it takes half the time, skilled trade or vocational experts make a good living, you get to do what you’re good at and there exists always a huge need for master trades people.
A skilled trade -vocational- career offers the same benefits as a white-collar profession without the cost of a degree. From cookery, to metal fabrication to plumbing or to information technology, the opportunities are endless.
With so many advantages to a trade or vocational career, it should be considered a more viable option in the professional world. Contact our Monkeys Team to learn more about trade careers and their potential opportunities, we are here to guide you how to take your career up to the next level!
Work Expectations for Skilled Technicians and Workers
- Job security
- Access to a bigger network of expertise in your field.
- Unparalleled ability to deliver results quicker.
- Higher income and rewards.
- Being part of the Australian Associations in your industry.
- Achieve your social responsibility
- Possible opportunities of having your own business.
- Use of advanced technology and innovations
- Career path and professional development
Top Vocational Professions in Demand in Australia For Skilled Migrants
Chefs and Hospitality Managers
Trade Professionals (Carpenter, Tailing...)
Software and Application Programmers
Social, Child, Age Care Workers
Motor Mechanics and Electricians
Management and Business Consultants
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Nicole Zapata - Bogota (Colombia)
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