New Zealand remains one of the most sought-after destinations for qualified professionals.
The country’s mix of a laidback lifestyle and generous helping of skilled work available means New Zealand is a big draw for professionals the world over, with a wealth of internationally respected companies vying for the finest in global talent as it arrives on Aotearoa’s shores.
KPMG is one of these firms. As one of the planet’s foremost consultancy firms, KPMG are on the lookout for quality management and technology professionals to join their ranks, and they’ll be over in the UK this October. Let’s take a look at just why you should consider joining KPMG, as well as making New Zealand your new home.
It’s no secret that the skills of electricians will be required around the world for years to come. The force that keeps the planet switched on, electricity plays an integral part in each of our lives. It powers almost everything we use, the houses we live in, the smartphones in our pocket, the list is near-endless.
Of course, many of us take electricity for granted – ask anyone who’s ever experienced a power cut – but down here in New Zealand, we know their worth. In fact, Kiwi firms are actively looking for qualified, experienced electricians to come on over and ‘plug’ a few gaps in the workforce. Read on to find out just why you should consider New Zealand for your next move – it could provide your career with a pretty hefty jumpstart.
As professions go, few can be classed as more important than that of healthcare workers. Whether you’re a GP, nurse, paediatrician or dentist, the profession stretches back thousands of years into human history – and will likely do so for another several thousand years into the future.
For a nation as beautiful, developed and forward-thinking as New Zealand, it’s hard to imagine that the country is currently undergoing something of a healthcare staff shortage, but the numbers don’t lie. With a steadily growing population – it’s projected to hit 5 million by the time 2020 rolls around – the need for qualified, experienced healthcare workers remains keenly felt.
Trade and Services Jobs remain in hot demand across New Zealand. We’re not just saying that for the sake of getting you over here – we think the attraction of moving to New Zealand speaks for itself. Even so, we thought we’d put together a nice little article to help convince you to down tools wherever you are in the world, then pick them back up again as you start a new life in New Zealand.
Read on to find out just why tradies stand an excellent chance of both finding Trade and Services work in New Zealand and scoring a visa, as well as why you should want to come here in the first place.
Moving to New Zealand, even if it’s only temporary, is always a grand adventure. Whether you take the chance to discover an exciting new country on the other side of the world for six months, or instead look for a career opportunity you may not otherwise have had in your home nation, taking the time to explore New Zealand is something everyone should try.
The inaugural PSS National UK Emigration Survey with both Australia and New Zealand being voted the country that British people most want to move to.
It can seem such an impossibility. Moving to New Zealand? It’s so far away … well, that may be true, but is a long flight really enough to put you off from moving to one of the most sought-after destinations on the planet? It shouldn’t – but even so, we here at Working In have put together three simple reasons that will help make your mind up.
As an electrician, you’ll know how in demand your skills are. Whether you’re rewiring an entire building, or taking care of a long-standing problem on an industrial site, electricians are vital in ensuring that the world remains switched on – wherever you are in the world. Therefore, your experience, skills and qualifications often mean that you can work wherever you like – so what reason do you have for staying put in the same old place your whole life?
It’s likely always been there in the back of your mind. There it is, slowly chewing away at you like it has been for the last few years now. That ever-nagging itch that you’ve yet to scratch – creating a new life for yourself in beautiful New Zealand. You’ve researched where you could live and work, taken a read of several travel guides, looked at photographs online – and maybe even visited the place itself.