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Working in Australia

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Part time job on student visa

You will be qualified to work in Australia whereas you consider, depending on your visa. Students of ECA College regularly select to work in businesses such as neighborliness, development or office cleaning though those studying vocational courses regularly want office work to assist development their career.

  • How many hours students can work?

    If you are on a student visa you are limited to working up to 40 hours per fortnight during your study period.

    Please keep in mind that the student visa requires you to keep your full-time enrolment and complete your course within the duration specified in your electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE).

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Home Affairs allows student visa holders to work more than their limited working hours only in specified industries. Find out more about the Australian Government’s temporary relaxation of working hours for student visa holders and working conditions for international students on the Department of Home Affairs website.

  • Need of Tax File number (TFN)

    Once you’ve got working rights, you need to apply for a Tax File Number (TFN) for tax assessment purposes.

    On the off chance that you have begun work recently, you’ve got 28 days to supply your TFN to your manager.

    Information for TFN can be found here.

    To find out how to apply for TFN please click here.

  • Types Of Jobs

    Most students work in services and hospitality since it offers adaptable working hours, which permits studies to be completed at the same time..

    As a guide, you can find work in hospitality as a waitress/waiter, as bar staff, kitchen hand or in various service sectors as in retail or as a cleaner.

    / Cleaner/Delivery person/ Taxi driver

    And depending on your background and level of English, you can get job in marketing, office administration or customer service.

  • What are the rates of pay?

    The rates of pay will be different from place to place, but you could expect to earn anywhere from AUD$8 to AUD$20 per hour for hospitality and bar jobs. Office based jobs tend to pay about $18-$35 per hour.

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