Immigration protocols in other countries also need overhauling, to provide streamlined assistance with clear criteria, priorities and timelines. Many successful asylum-seekers are skilled and experienced workers, seeking a new life, safety and prosperity for themselves and their families, at a time of essentially full employment in Australia and labour shortages in some sectors. It seems short-sighted not to consider the skills and experience they can offer Australian employers and communities along with their need for
This attracts more residents triggering the increase of Sydney’s population. Centralized shopping and increased parking space also attract incoming residents. However, the development of lower density areas place strain on the cities infrastructure as the majority of the employment is centred closer to Sydney’s CBD, therefore easy transport to and from the area is essential. Future trends in Sydney’s outskirts include housing plots getting smaller in order to accommodate the city’s growing population as well as
Dear Honorable Titian: I understand the House of Representatives of the United States has just passed a bill which would do away with federal grants to college students. I am currently enrolled in college and depend greatly on the grants I receive. These grants allow great opportunity, for not just me, but for many other students as well. Taking them away would cause problems in several areas. The passage of the “Pick the Public’s Pocket No More” bill would lower college application rates, lower college graduation rates, and lower our country’s number of new college graduates for open positions in the work force.
That is, the ability of firms in Australia to compete on the international market for the sale of goods and services. Increased international competitiveness will result in more demand of goods and services from Australian firms as they are cheaper compared elsewhere, resulting in more demand for the AUD thus appreciating the dollar. There, however, can also be a reverse effect. A high Australian dollar will make goods and services purchased from Australia relatively more expensive when compared with other countries offering the same goods/services. An example of this effect in today’s economy is the mining boom in Australia.
The castle makes fun of Australian society but it ultimately says that it’s a good place to live. The Castle is a small guy versus the big guy’s film that has a humorous story line, and many jokes are derived from the story of a charming family defending their home against a compulsory acquisition. Although the film makes fun of Australian society it ultimately states that it is a great place to live. The story is about the Kerrigan family, who have been living in their home “their castle" for years. Their house is next to the local airport.
Australian multiculturalism embraces the heritage of indigenous Australians, early European settlement, our Australian-grown customs and traditions and experiences of new migrants coming to this country; and promotes mutual respect and equality, aiming to enhance social structure and Australia’s capacity to survive both external and domestic tensions. Therefore, students need to understand the significance of Australian diverse culture. For instance looking at Australia Day, why we celebrate it and the importance of it to our country. The millions of migrants who have come to Australia contributed much to a uniquely, Australian
In the article Benefits of Earning a College Degree written by EducationCorner they state “Because college gives you a broad range of skills, many college graduates end up in fields that are not what they studied in school. College can open up unexpected opportunities that aren't always there for those who haven't engaged in a higher level of education.”Even if what you studied in college is not what you pursue in life you are still going to have a better time finding a job
Tuition is on the rise due to the influx of student demand, construction and expansion of college campuses, and overhead expenses. Most of those expenses are paid for with donations and debt, but the labor costs are the most expensive. In an article by Steve Odland, he mentions, “The baby boomlet or baby boom echo group born between 1988 and 1995 have flooded colleges with demand for a limited number of spot” (Odland). In return, the demand has increased costs and universities raise prices. Odland also mentions the rising costs can be traced back to the administrative side.
The Difference between a University in the United States and Vietnam Nowadays, the society is more and more modern than before, therefore the demand for higher education is necessary. Educational priority is not only for the developed country like America but also for a developing country like Vietnam. Have you ever wondered why the number of international students in the United States universities is increasing rapidly every year? Vietnam is ranked nineth in the number of international students in the United States. The differences between American education and Vietnamese education is the learning enviroment, self-learning method, and students ' age.
Name : Shanu Priya D/O Chandran ID No : 00013669 Date : 1/8/2014 The Importance of College Education A college education result in various types of benefits for a student who pursues it and also enhances the quality of their life. Nowadays, students begin questioning the importance of a college education from their high school as well. Therefore, McGuire (2011) had explained that attending college provides opportunities for graduates which are not as widespread to those who have not received a higher education. Moreover, students need to understand that attending a college provides a lot of advantages that others might find lacking later on in life. As today, the economy growth in the world is becoming more competitive so a college education is extremely important.