[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”1932″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_border”][vc_column_text]There are often many debates about whether or not immigration is really the key for economic reform and growth, but if you stop to think about it, it really does make sense. The more people come to a country, the more money will be pumped into the economy. The key, however, to having a well working immigration system is not to allow just anybody to enter into a country, or to allow the immigration of foreign crowds to interfere with the economic security of the citizens already present.
To do this, there must be controlled immigration laws, such as those of Australia. Australia allows people to migrate for purposes of employment or to establish businesses. Australia also allows those in need of certain types of refuge to migrate. All that said, there is still much good to be had from allowing immigration.
Immigration Brings Jobs
How does immigration bring new jobs, you ask? Well, some immigrate in order to open up a new business. It then goes to follow, new businesses create new jobs, and new jobs promote economic growth within a country. Unemployment rates are also kept down, furthering any economic stimuli in the region. After all, it is only logical that the more people work, the more money can be spent.
While not all immigration occurs because of big-name world-know companies, there is still economic growth to be had from immigrate business creation. As this is an excellent means for migrating, immigrates are sometimes more likely than a citizen to open a small business. Owning and operating a small business helps ensure a person and/or family is allowed to remain in a country, provided all of the proper paperwork and licenses have been obtained.
Immigration Brings Employees
Even if an immigrant does not come with expectations of opening a business, an immigrant will fill the shoes of an employee somewhere. Businesses that are already established but lacking employees can consider turning to immigrants to fill the missing shoes.
In fact, businesses might even choose to sponsor a visa for an immigrant to move to Australia. This is especially useful for those occupations requiring certain skills that are in high demand, growing faster than the shoes to someday fill them.
Australian Immigration Statistics
At least 130,000 people migrate to Australia on a yearly basis.
There are at least 150,000 job opportunities advertised on a weekly basis open to immigrants.
More than 85% of those carrying a skilled independent visa find work within the first six months of migrating to Australia.