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 澳洲发布新财政年(2013-14)各移民专业配额
时间:2013/7/12
 

澳洲发布新财政年(2013-14)各移民专业配额

鉴于去年会计专业技术移民申请人并未达到移民局配额人数,今年会计专业配额有所减少为 9720
计算机类专业也有所减少,特别是学BIS的,1800减少到了1300
工程师相对稳定,其中化学和材料工程师增长了200%,矿业工程增加了30%  

其他专业:中学教师7980、护士13560,另外助产士1020,估价师720、建筑师1320、测绘师960、幼儿教师1500、化验师1260、社工1500

去年和今年配额对比表格如下:

        ID

                                    Description

      2012/13配额

   用掉配额

    2013/14配额

   增减比例

1111

Chief Executives and Managing Directors

4260

3

4080

-4%

1112

General Managers

3300

13

2940

-11%

1211

Aquaculture Farmers

120

2

0

-100%

1212

Crop Farmers

2640

0

2700

2%

1213

Livestock Farmers

5400

0

4560

-16%

1214

Mixed Crop and Livestock Farmers

1860

1

1500

-19%

1311

Advertising and Sales Managers

7740

42

7320

-5%

1321

Corporate Services Managers

540

8

180

-67%

1322

Finance Managers

3420

17

2880

-16%

1323

Human Resource Managers

3000

26

2640

-12%

1324

Policy and Planning Managers

1740

3

1200

-31%

1325

Research and Development Managers

540

8

660

22%

1331

Construction Managers

4800

132

3960

-18%

1332

Engineering Managers

960

57

1080

13%

1333

Importers, Exporters and Wholesalers

1560

2

1140

-27%

1334

Manufacturers

1140

0

1260

11%

1335

Production Managers

3240

9

3480

7%

1336

Supply and Distribution Managers

1800

10

2400

33%

1341

Child Care Centre Managers

540

18

600

11%

1342

Health and Welfare Services Managers

1260

49

1020

-19%

1343

School Principals

1500

0

1380

-8%

1344

Other Education Managers

780

3

600

-23%

1351

ICT Managers

2580

88

2760

7%

1391

Commissioned Officers (Management)

180

0

60

-67%

1399

Other Specialist Managers

2400

42

2760

15%

1411

Cafe and Restaurant Managers

3660

17

3300

-10%

1412

Caravan Park and Camping Ground Managers

180

0

180

0%

1413

Hotel and Motel Managers

1380

63

1380

0%

1414

Licensed Club Managers

480

0

360

-25%

1419

Other Accommodation and Hospitality Managers

420

1

720

71%

1421

Retail Managers

13140

3

13020

-1%

1491

Amusement, Fitness and Sports Centre Managers

360

4

660

83%

1492

Call or Contact Centre and Customer Service Managers

1980

37

1920

-3%

1493

Conference and Event Organisers

1620

13

1260

-22%

1494

Transport Services Managers

960

2

900

-6%

1499

Other Hospitality, Retail and Service Managers

4020

38

3600

-10%

2111

Actors, Dancers and Other Entertainers

480

0

300

-38%

2112

Music Professionals

420

2

540

29%

2113

Photographers

780

0

300

-62%

2114

Visual Arts and Crafts Professionals

480

1

240

-50%

2121

Artistic Directors, and Media Producers and Presenters

780

2

660

-15%

2122

Authors, and Book and Script Editors

420

0

120

-71%

2123

Film, Television, Radio and Stage Directors

660

1

480

-27%

2124

Journalists and Other Writers

1560

6

1620

4%

2211

Accountants

10440

5608

9720

-7%

2212

Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers

960

362

900

-6%

2221

Financial Brokers

1200

9

1500

25%

2222

Financial Dealers

1140

10

1020

-11%

2223

Financial Investment Advisers and Managers

2520

93

3060

21%

2231

Human Resource Professionals

4500

304

3600

-20%

2232

ICT Trainers

180

3

240

33%

2233

Training and Development Professionals

1860

82

1620

-13%

2241

Actuaries, Mathematicians and Statisticians

420

76

360

-14%

2242

Archivists, Curators and Records Managers

300

22

300

0%

2243

Economists

360

10

60

-83%

2244

Intelligence and Policy Analysts

1620

10

1500

-7%

2245

Land Economists and Valuers

660

30

720

9%

2246

Librarians

840

5

720

-14%

2247

Management and Organisation Analysts

2820

22

3360

19%

2249

Other Information and Organisation Professionals

840

27

1440

71%

2251

Advertising and Marketing Professionals

2940

65

3240

10, %

2252

ICT Sales Professionals

900

42

900

0%

2253

Public Relations Professionals

1260

10

1020

-19%

2254

Technical Sales Representatives

2220

80

2040

-8%

2311

Air Transport Professionals

660

7

840

27%

2312

Marine Transport Professionals

540

36

600

11%

2321

Architects and Landscape Architects

1500

238

1320

-12%

2322

Cartographers and Surveyors

780

78

960

23%

2323

Fashion, Industrial and Jewellery Designers

600

5

480

-20%

2324

Graphic and Web Designers, and Illustrators

3180

32

3420

8%

2325

Interior Designers

720

1

540

-25%

2326

Urban and Regional Planners

660

85

600

-9%

2331

Chemical and Materials Engineers

120

120

360

200%

2332

Civil Engineering Professionals

2640

1302

2280

-14%

2333

Electrical Engineers

1260

478

1500

19%

2334

Electronics Engineers

480

480

420

-13%

2335

Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers

1620

1280

2040

26%

2336

Mining Engineers

600

139

780

30%

2339

Other Engineering Professionals

540

540

300

-44%

2341

Agricultural and Forestry Scientists

480

91

300

-38%

2342

Chemists, and Food and Wine Scientists

660

112

660

0%

2343

Environmental Scientists

1620

22

1200

-26%

2344

Geologists and Geophysicists

840

73

720

-14%

,

2345

Life Scientists

540

85

480

-11%

2346

Medical Laboratory Scientists

1260

68

1260

0%

2347

Veterinarians

480

72

600

25%

2349

Other Natural and Physical Science Professionals

600

39

60

-90%

2411

Early Childhood (Pre-primary School) Teachers

1680

127

1500

-11%

2412

Primary School Teachers

7620

87

8940

17%

2414

Secondary School Teachers

7020

550

7980

14%

2415

Special Education Teachers

840

11

1140

36%

2421

University Lecturers and Tutors

2280

43

2400

5%

2422

Vocational Education Teachers (Aus) / Polytechnic Teachers (NZ)

2160

39

2100

-3%

2491

Education Advisers and Reviewers

660

1

600

-9%

2492

Private Tutors and Teachers

1920

6

1320

-31%

2493

Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages

180

12

180

0%

2511

Dietitians

480

3

240

-50%

2512

Medical Imaging Professionals

1080

87

720

-33%

2513

Occupational and Environmental Health Professionals

1860

82

1500

-19%

2514

Optometrists and Orthoptists

360

22

180

-50%

2515

Pharmacists

1380

333

780

-43%

2519

Other Health Diagnostic and Promotion Professionals

480

1

240

-50%

2521

Chiropractors and Osteopaths

240

18

240

0%

2522

Complementary Health Therapists

480

1

360

-25%

2523

Dental Practitioners

720

303

1140

58%

2524

Occupational Therapists

720

102

840

17%

2525

Physiotherapists

840

105

960

14%

2526

Podiatrists

300

24

180

-40%

2527

Speech Professionals and Audiologists

420

38

480

14%

2531

Generalist Medical Practitioners

3000

886

2880

-4%

2532

Anaesthetists

120

22

120

0%

2533

Internal Medicine Specialists

360

54

360

0%

2534

Psychiatrists

300

24

120

-60%

2535

Surgeons

300

25

300

0%

2539

Other Medical Practitioners

780

518

480

-38%

2541

Midwives

1020

26

1020

0%

2542

Nurse Educators and Researchers

360

1

300

-17%

2543

Nurse Managers

900

0

780

-13%

2544

Registered Nurses

13380

2222

13560

1%

2611

ICT Business and Systems Analysts

1800

1800

1380

-23%

2612

Multimedia Specialists and Web Developers

420

10

720

71%

2613

Software and Applications Programmers

5160

5160

4800

-7%

2621

Database and Systems Administrators, and ICT Security Specialists

2400

476

1920

-20%

2631

Computer Network Professionals

1740

982

1800

3%

2632

ICT Support and Test Engineers

360

22

300

-17%

2633

Telecommunications Engineering Professionals

480

480

300

-38%

2711

Barristers

420

5

420

0%

2712

Judicial and Other Legal Professionals

420

6

480

14%

2713

Solicitors

3480

197

3540

2%

2721

Counsellors

1080

12

1020

-6%

2722

Ministers of Religion

900

0

660

-27%

2723

Psychologists

1440

102

1200

-17%

2724

Social Professionals

720

17

540

-25%

2725

Social Workers

1260

180

1500

19%

2726

Welfare, Recreation and Community Arts Workers

1800

269

1080

-40%

3111

Agricultural Technicians

120

1

60

-50%

3112

Medical Technicians

1800

19

1320

-27%

3113

Primary Products Inspectors

180

2

180

0%

3114

Science Technicians

1200

5

1260

5%

3121

Architectural, Building and Surveying Technicians

3360

92

2940

-13%

3122

Civil Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

660

46

840

27%

3123

Electrical Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

480

27

420

-13%

3124

Electronic Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

420

16

4180

895%

3125

Mechanical Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

420

31

420

0%

3126

Safety Inspectors

180

0

360

100%

3129

Other Building and Engineering Technicians

1620

12

1500

-7%

3131

ICT Support Technicians

3060

15

3360

10%

3132

Telecommunications Technical Specialists

360

24

180

-50%

3211

Automotive Electricians

420

4

480

14%

3212

Motor Mechanics

5160

151

5700

10%

3221

Metal Casting, Forging and Finishing Trades Workers

180

2

60

-67%

3222

Sheetmetal Trades Workers

600

4

360

-40%

3223

Structural Steel and Welding Trades Workers

4860

59

4620

-5%

3231

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

780

37

720

-8%

3232

Metal Fitters and Machinists

7500

76

7200

-4%

3233

Precision Metal Trades Workers

360

2

240

-33%

3234

Toolmakers and Engineering Patternmakers

120

26

540

350%

3241

Panelbeaters

960

4

720

-25%

3242

Vehicle Body Builders and Trimmers

240

0

300

25%

3243

Vehicle Painters

660

12

660

0%

3311

Bricklayers and Stonemasons

1920

51

1800

-6%

3312

Carpenters and Joiners

7140

198

8040

13%

3321

Floor Finishers

420

1

780

86%

3322

Painting Trades Workers

2940

13

3120

6%

3331

Glaziers

600

1

600

0%

3332

Plasterers

1620

13

1620

0%

3333

Roof Tilers

540

1

360

-33%

3334

Wall and Floor Tilers

1140

7

900

-21%

3341

Plumbers

5100

85

5400

6%

3411

Electricians

9000

265

8040

-11%

3421

Airconditioning and Refrigeration Mechanics

1560

30

1800

15%

3422

Electrical Distribution Trades Workers

600

0

720

20%

3423

Electronics Trades Workers

2160

47

1920

-11%

3424

Telecommunications Trades Workers

960

10

1380

44%

3511

Bakers and Pastrycooks

2040

15

1500

-26%

3512

Butchers and Smallgoods Makers

1380

1

1380

0%

3513

Chefs

4920

23

3900

-21%

3514

Cooks

1800

98

2340

30%

3611

Animal Attendants and Trainers

780

0

780

0%

3612

Shearers

240

0

180

-25%

3613

Veterinary Nurses

660

0

660

0%

3621

Florists

420

0

480

14%

3622

Gardeners

4140

1

4380

6%

3623

Greenkeepers

900

0

900

0%

3624

Nurserypersons

360

2

240

-33%

3911

Hairdressers

3960

27

3600

-9%

3921

Binders, Finishers and Screen Printers

300

0

120

-60%

3922

Graphic Pre-press Trades Workers

180

1

300

67%

3923

Printers

720

3

900

25%

3931

Canvas and Leather Goods Makers

120

0

120

0%

3932

Clothing Trades Workers

420

0

360

-14%

3933

Upholsterers

180

0

240

33%

3941

Cabinetmakers

1440

2

1440

0%

3942

Wood Machinists and Other Wood Trades Workers

420

0

240

-43%

3991

Boat Builders and Shipwrights

360

1

180

-50%

3992

Chemical, Gas, Petroleum and Power Generation Plant Operators

660

1

420

-36%

3993

Gallery, Library and Museum Technicians

420

0

180

-57%

3994

Jewellers

300

0

120

-60%

3995

Performing Arts Technicians

780

0

660

-15%

3996

Signwriters

360

0

420

17%

3999

Other Miscellaneous Technicians and Trades Workers

1020

4

720

-29%

4111

Ambulance Officers and Paramedics

1080

5

900

-17%

4112

Dental Hygienists, Technicians and Therapists

360

33

240

-33%

4113

Diversional Therapists

300

0

240

-20%

4114

Enrolled and Mothercraft Nurses

1500

1

1260

-16%

4115

Indigenous Health Workers

60

0

-

#VALUE!

4116

Massage Therapists

840

6

660

-21%

4117

Welfare Support Workers

3120

76

3480

12%

4412

Fire and Emergency Workers

960

0

840

-13%

4413

Police

3000

0

4200

40%

4421

Prison Officers

840

1

960

14%

4512

Driving Instructors

240

0

480

100%

4513

Funeral Workers

240

0

60

-75%

4517

Travel Attendants

720

0

720

0%

4518

Other Personal Service Workers

720

0

660

-8%

4523

Sports Coaches, Instructors and Officials

1980

1

2280

15%

4524

Sportspersons

900

0

900

0%

5111

Contract, Program and Project Administrators

6420

152

7740

21%

5991

Conveyancers and Legal Executives

600

5

600

0%

5992

Court and Legal Clerks

720

0

840

17%

5996

Insurance Investigators, Loss Adjusters and Risk Surveyors

300

1

180

-40%

5999

Other Miscellaneous Clerical and Administrative Workers

1080

0

1200

11%

6111

Auctioneers, and Stock and Station Agents

120

0

180

50%

6112

Insurance Agents

540

1

600

11%

6121

Real Estate Sales Agents

5100

22

4920

-4%

6392

Retail and Wool Buyers

240

1

360

50%

7122

Drillers, Miners and Shot Firers

3060

0

3720

22%

 

 

365280

30340

359440

 

 

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