Job Hunting Tips 

Come travel and work in Australia for a year if you are an 18-30 year old Canadian!

 Doing a Working Holiday may help broaden your perspective of the world and give you the opportunity to:

  • experience different cultures,
  • learn new skills and best practices, and
  • meet people from all walks of life.

On a professional level, research shows that youth with international experience tend to be less likely to experience unemployment because of the personal and professional skills and experience they have gained.


Travel + Work Tips

This site contains government and other useful information to help you navigate and make the most out of your stay in Australia:

  • Jobs Search
  • Resume Writing
  • Workplace Rights
  • 88 Days Regional Work (to be eligible for a second year working holiday)
  • Travel ideas
  • Staying Safe
  • Driving
  • Superannuation (pension)
  • Tax
  • Visa and Customs
  • and more

 

The Canadian Australian Chamber of Commerce (CACC) has prepared this as a general overview and based on secondary sources of information. While all care has been taken in the preparation, the CACC does not accept responsibility in any losses suffered by persons relying on the information contained here. Readers should take note that the CACC does not guarantee the accuracy of any of the information contained nor does it necessarily endorse the organizations listed herein. Readers should independently verify the accuracy and reliability of the information. The content in no way reflects the opinions of the CACC. 

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