skilled occupation

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It is now a most highly skilled occupation, supporting fully fifteen thousand families, to put the telephone wires in place and protect them against innumerable dangers.
Director of neurosurgery Mr May added: "Neurosurgery is a highly skilled occupation which some may think is beyond their reach as a possible profession.
Skilled immigrants also have bright opportunities for immigrating to Australia, because of the recent announcement of the Consolidated Skilled Occupation List, which focuses on 400 professions that are in demand in Australia.
She said that at present the Immigration Department finds sex work not a skilled occupation which explains why escorts are not covered by the 457 visa.
All aspirants who fall under the current Skilled Occupation List and prevalent points grid should apply at the earliest," he urged.
Under the new rules, introduced during the tenure of former prime minister Kevin Rudd, the Skilled Occupation List ( SOL) -- a fast track to PR in Australia -- has been culled by more than half.
Admittedly it is a highly skilled occupation that invites the greatest act of faith from those who submit to treatment.
know anything about nurses' duties and the continuing training they undertake to update their skills to carry out this highly skilled occupation under extreme pressure?
The MAC, which received evidence from the NTF, as well as the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, and trainers Mark Johnston and David Simcock, has advised the government that work-riding is a skilled job and that it is increasingly difficult to fill vacancies from within the EU "We are glad we've got workriders on the list but disappointed the grooms' side has not been recognised as a skilled occupation - I think that is going to cause some problems," said Arnold.
Cleaning is a skilled occupation with many companies now investing in NVQs or in-house and British Institute of Cleaning Science training for their staff.
Overseas students graduating from Australian universities in ICT could usually reach the 115 points required for an onshore visa easily, mainly because ICT occupations have been classed as a 60-point occupation on the Skilled Occupation List or SOL: the additional 55 points would come for age (30 points for being under the age of 30), 'Competent' English (20 points--see also below), and a minimum of five points for Australian training.
From this set of occupations, I created a single, composite skilled occupation, computed the average schooling for this occupation, and compared that with the average schooling of teachers.