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Gaining Residency in New Zealand? Here’s INZ’s latest announcement

Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse "Increasing the points required to gain residence from 140 to 160 will moderate the growth in applications in the Skilled Migrant Category and enable us to lower the overall number of migrants gaining residence," Woodhouse said "Raising the points will also prioritise...

NZSE SERVICES: From Education to Employment

New Zealand School of Education (NZSE) – based in Auckland, New Zealand – is one of the sought after schools for their specialisation in IT, Business, and Education programmes. Not only does NZSE give its students quality and globally-recognized qualification, but they also give their...

NZ passport opens world’s doors

[caption id="attachment_18270" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Kiwis have access to among the widest range of visa-free destinations around the world, just behind the United Kingdom and citizens of European Union nations.[/caption] According to the annual 2013 Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index, the New Zealand passport opens doors...

Woodhouse welcomes skilled migrants

Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse welcomes new figures out today showing an increasing number of skilled migrants coming to New Zealand as a sign of the country’s strong economic outlook. The 14th annual Migration Trends and Outlook report shows that the number of Skilled Migrant Category (SMC)...

NZ job market expected to strengthen – Survey

The job market is expected to strengthen and potential employees are increasingly looking at staying in New Zealand for work instead of moving offshore, a recent survey has found. However, there would still not be enough skilled local workers to fill all the job gaps and...

The top 10 highest earning jobs in NZ

Sandra Bullock earned US$51 million between June 2013 and June 2014, and the three main stars of The Big Bang Theory have just signed a US$1 million (NZ$1.17m) an episode deal. • Big Bang Theory stars sign $1m-an-episode deal • Forbes reveals Hollywood's highest paid actresses If acting...

84,000 more jobs in last year

New Zealand Government Hon Steven Joyce Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills & Employment 7 May 2014 84,000 more jobs in last year The latest labour market data shows continuing strong employment growth with 84,000 more jobs added to the New Zealand economy in the last year – the largest increase...

High skilled professions see premium pay rise

Those in high paid jobs are seeing their wages rise faster than others because of a lack of competition partly due to people leaving the country, a recruitment agency says. The Hays Global Skills Index 2013 has scored New Zealand a 10 - the highest possible...

Migrants find much to offer here

Migration has played a key role in our nationwide economic development. Net permanent and long-term (PLT) immigration has contributed about a quarter of our resident population growth over the past 20 or so years, with an average net annual permanent and long-term inflow of around...

Changes to make New Zealand more attractive to international students – UPDATE

Changes to student visa requirements will make it easier for international students to work while studying, raise the quality standards required from education providers enrolling international students, and enable streamlined and prioritised visa processing in partnership with education providers. These changes reflect the importance of export...