The accommodation association welcomes changes to the Working Holiday Maker visa



Accommodation Association CEO Richard Munro says he is delighted to welcome back Working Holiday Maker (WHM) visa holders and international students and urges them to take advantage of the many jobs available in hotels, motels and areas of the city. accommodation in Australia.

With vacancies in the hospitality industry at record levels and as travel continues to normalize, the Association says there are exciting and rewarding employment options at all levels.

“The accommodation industry is once again welcoming WHM and international students who will help fill the yawning employee void needed to help serviced hotels, motels and apartments reach their potential after suffering through 2021” , did he declare.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for Working Holiday Makers and students to secure employment in a growing industry that offers excellent career prospects in all departments of our busy accommodation properties.

“Whether it’s starting in a restaurant, doing housekeeping, sales and marketing, or IT, there are many choices in this fast-paced industry.

“The Accommodation Association has set up an online welcoming portal The Hub to help match job seekers at all levels with employers on our website or you can contact local hosts directly.


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