How to Make Money in Australia

by eHow Culture & Society Editor

There are good moneymaking opportunities in Australia. The average Aussie household reported a net worth over a half million dollars in 2007. Disposable income for people considered low wealth was more than $400 per week and high wealth exceeded $900. The average home was worth over $400,000, and twenty percent of the Australian population own second properties. You can make money in Australia, too.

Check out the job listings on the Internet to make money in Australia. You will find hundreds of employment opportunities for skilled workers listed each week.

Choose employment in the huge Aussie tourist industry. Hotels and entertainment organizations are looking for workers and managers; some jobs offer over $100,000 a year with benefits.

Recruit for IT and telecommunications people and make from $100,000 to $300,000 plus luxury benefits in a year, or apply for a marine mechanical engineering position with the government defense department and receive $40-$50 per hour.

Find employment in every imaginable field including midwifery, accounting and automotive. An automotive manager can make $100,000 to $250,000 plus, and an accountant investment specialist's wages can range from $80,000 to $900,000 per year.

Invest money in Australian property and you have the possibility of making large profits. There are factors to consider such as timing, location and the value at the point you invest.

Start your own business to make money in Australia. Eddy Groves and his wife started one ABC's Daycare in 1988, and today they are worth over $3 billion dollars and have over 2000-daycare facilities.

Tip

  • Make sure you research employment and investment opportunities thoroughly.

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