Job prospects in New Zealand are strong with as seven out of eight professions in the industry is reporting good job prospect for workers.
The Business, Innovation and Employment Ministry of New Zealand has revealed its report for this year, and it recommends that there is strong job prospects in infrastructure, construction and IT services.
The report has assessed the prospects of employment in every profession, revenues earned in the employment and fees for training.
In the infrastructure and construction industry, the construction project managers, quality surveyors and the civil engineering technicians can expect better prospects of job and earn high salaries.
Software developers, ICT business and system analysts and engineering technicians can expect better prospects of job and earn high salaries in the technology and the manufacturing industry with increase in job demands and above average revenue projections.
New Zealand’s Skills and Employment Minister, Steven Joyce has recently launched an app that reveals the prospects of job for skilled individuals in IT and software development field is high.
According to Joyce, the report and the app were designed for informing students and for those who are looking out for a better job.
He also informed that there is shortage of engineers in New Zealand. The prospects for job are excellent for structural engineers, civil and geotechnical engineers, mainly in Christchurch and Auckland. There are better prospects for jobs in the medical field like doctor, nurses, dentists and physiotherapists. There are good opportunities for the positions like retail sales, public relation officers, marketing and advertising professionals.
Immigration New Zealand is motivating the skilled individuals to visit and work in the infrastructure, construction and IT industry of New Zealand.