Saturday, June 13, 2009

44 Occupations Removed From Immediate Skill Shortage List

With effect from Monday 15 June 44 occupations are to be removed from the Immediate Skill Shortage list.

INZ says that
"Removal of occupations from the ISSL does not mean employers cannot recruit migrants in those occupations. An employer can demonstrate genuine attempts to recruit a suitable New Zealander, as is the process with all other occupations. If, after the labour market is tested, Immigration New Zealand is satisfied no suitable New Zealanders are available in that location then temporary work permits will still be granted."

For more see here: Jobs removed from immediate skill shortage list


  1. AnonymousJune 14, 2009

    Well it is good to see that we are trying to keep our own citizens in work during these hard times. It makes sense to ensure our own are employed before offering jobs to immigrants.

  2. AnonymousJuly 13, 2009

    How one eyed. If NZ citizens were available to do this work migrants wouldn't have been needed in the first place.


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