Caribbean students who are interested in furthering their studies abroad can now get expert support with their applications completely free, thanks to a new partnership between Caribbean Employment Services Inc. and Study Options.
Caribbean Employment Services Inc. is a market-leading digital talent acquisition service that aims to connect the top talent from the Caribbean with hiring managers, HR professionals and decision-makers in companies both within the Caribbean as well as abroad. Based in Barbados, the company also aims to provide Caribbean jobseekers and workers with news and resources related to labour and employment within the region.
Now, the company is pleased to partner with Study Options, the official Application Support Service for Caribbean students interested in studying abroad in Australia or New Zealand. Study Options is a free, independent expert service that’s helped many hundreds of students successfully apply to study for a degree at their chosen university.
Through this partnership with Caribbean Employment Services Inc., students in the Caribbean can gain free advice and assistance in finding the ideal university and course to realize their ambition to study in one of these stunning countries.
Joseph Boll, Caribbean Employment Services Inc. CEO, says he is thrilled to partner with Study Options to help more Caribbean students on their path to highly-skilled, high-paying jobs.
“Caribbean Employment Services Inc. is all about helping this region’s residents find the best jobs, and helping employers to better access the wide pool of incredibly talented jobseekers in the labour market,” says Boll. “We recognize that there are problems, like skills gaps and brain drain, and believe that partnerships like this one can help address the root of those issues by enabling Caribbean youth to more easily access the educational opportunities and career development opportunities that will set them on the path of success.”
Additionally, Caribbean students who successfully graduate have even further opportunity as both Australia and New Zealand offer post-graduate work permits that allow new graduates to live and work in their respective countries. Through these programmes, Caribbean students can receive even further career development, and in some cases also bring their family members over to stay with them during the years that follow.
This new partnership comes as many international countries have been experiencing skills shortages that have prompted them to recruit foreign workers. Caribbean Employment Services Inc. has previously noted a marked uptick in foreign employers — particularly in the UK, US and Canada — specifically recruiting Caribbean workers to address labour shortages. However, it likewise noted that Caribbean workers were in an ideal position to take advantage of this perfect storm of labour conditions largely brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Australia is also experiencing some measure of labour shortages at the moment. Its National Skills Commission recently noted shortages of highly-skilled workers such as in healthcare, education and IT, among others. For the Caribbean’s bright young minds, much like its highly-skilled workforce, this presents a perfect opportunity to fill that gap, acquiring the necessary skills while also earning invaluable job experience that will create a pathway to lucrative employment.
For more information, or to apply for free Application Support Service, visit https://caribbeanemployment.com/study-in-australia-and-new-zealand/.
About Caribbean Employment Services Inc.
Caribbean Employment Services Inc., based in Barbados, is one of the market-leading online talent acquisition services, specializing in helping businesses and organizations recruit the best candidates for their roles and job seekers find their ideal position. For international and national employers looking to source the best talent from the Caribbean region and from the United States into their Caribbean businesses, we offer a range of recruitment solutions, all developed to find the right candidates for their roles. Find out more at https://caribbeanemployment.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.