This time of the year, at the tail end of 2015, is the time of reports from immigration agencies. This second report that Y-Axis has accessed speaks about global immigration trends and its impact on the industry. This report was published for industry personals, economic institutions and international relations institutions. The document is published by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Government of Australia.
The institution has cited geopolitics, technological and demographic as the key trends. That in the half decade the APac (Asian Pacific) region will become the world largest producer, as well as the world’s largest consumer of goods and services. The regions demographics will increase from the current 500 million to 3.2 billion by the year 2030.
What we need
Border says that creating economic benefits will be key for development. Governments will need to work on skill shortages, increased investment in technology and education, improving business environment, creating escalation of employment, regional growth and entrepreneurship, and to stimulate innovation. Emphasis is on simplified and streamlined procedures, a need for pathways and processes that can support responsive migration. Lastly, emphasis on market driven employment of temporary work entry and stay; it also needs to be flexible to accommodate changes quickly and sustainably.
There is a need to keep things simple so that the challenges of an increasingly advanced communication age and its problems are recognized and realized in its processes. The paper directs us to the challenges of facilitating economic activity, competition and innovation.
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Australia: Global immigration trends and impact
Posted on December 28, 2015