Employment In Australia & Finding Work (Backpackers Guide)
If you're on a working holiday visa, finding work while backpacking around Australia is going to help you live comfortably and enjoy all the things you want to do.
Even before you go to Australia, there's quite a lot of preparation you can do to maximise your chances of getting work quickly when you arrive and earning a fairly continuous cash flow when you need it.
Work for backpackers in Australia can be relatively easy to find as long as you know where to look and take every opportunity you get.
Did you know? If you're on a working holiday visa, you can get an extra year backpacking around Australia! All you have to do is work for 3 months (88 days) doing 'specified work' in regional Australia.
It sounds technical but it's actually really easy, all it means is doing work the Australian Government needs backpackers to do (i.e, fruit picking, construction and other specified work) for 3 months in 'regional Australia' (some entire states count as regional Australia).
If you love Australia and want to stay, learn how to easily earn an extra year backpacking around Australia in our Working Holiday Visa Extension
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Employment In Australia Finding Work (Backpackers Guide)
If you're on a working holiday visa, finding work while backpacking around Australia is going to help you live comfortably and enjoy all the things you want to do. Even before you go to Australia, there's quite a lot of preparation you can do to maximise your chances of getting work quickly when you arrive and earning a fairly continuous cash flow when you need it.
Australian Tax File Number Explained (Backpacker's Guide)
If you want to work while you are backpacking in Australia you're going to need a Tax File Number. So what the hell is a Tax File Number? A Tax File Number (T.F.N) is a unique tax number which is issued by the Australian Tax Office to people who wish to work in Australia. It's only issued once for the duration of your life time and will be used to keep your tax records while you work.
Superannuation Funds Explained for Backpackers in Australia
To start working in Australia you will need to nominate a company to hold your superannuation. As far as a backpacker visiting Australia is concerned, a superannuation fund is like a savings account you can claim back when you leave Australia. Learn everything you need to know about superannuation for backpackers in Australia.
Recruitment Agencies In Australia (Finding Work Fast)
One of the best ways to get work while backpacking in Australia is using the recruitment agencies. A recruitment agency is a company that specialises in finding jobs for backpackers in Australia either on a permanent or temporary basis. There are loads of recruitment agencies that can help you get work all over Australia.
Training Courses for Employment in Australia
When you're backpacking around Australia you will find that some jobs require you to attend a basic training course before you can start work. Training courses are usually quite short and are meant to give you the necessary qualifications/certificates needed to start work. Learn which courses you will need to start working in Australia.