Where the jobs aren’t

It took years to convince everybody that international students do not take uni places away from locals. The practice will come in handy

“While international students create more jobs than they take, many of the new jobs created are not in areas that international students typically work (low-skill part-time jobs). This may result in worsening employment outcomes for domestic students while studying and after graduation,” review of the Migration System (yesterday) p 119. Scroll down for more.