June 23, 2021

22 Newly listed Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL) 2021

News Update for Newly listed 22 Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL) 2021

The Minister has announced 22 new skilled occupations on the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL).

The PMSOL, which was initially announced in September 2020, was created in collaboration with the National Skills Commission to ensure that a small number of important occupations are filled in aim to maintain creating jobs in Australia and aid in the country’s continued recovery from COVID-19.

The addition of 22 occupations brings the PMSOL to 41 in total.

Minister Hawke said the Government engaged with small, medium, and large Australian employers, business leaders, and industry bodies across the economy to determine these changes.

“Government has received valuable feedback from Australian business stakeholders on critical skill vacancies, which has been considered together with data from the National Skills Commission, in order to develop today’s update to the Priority Migration Skilled Migration List,” Minister Hawke said.

Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List

Occupations ANZSCO
Accountant (General) 221111
Accountant (Taxation) 221113
Accountant (Management) 221112
External Auditor 221213
Internal Auditor 221214
Electrical Engineer 233311
Civil Engineer 233211
Structural Engineer 233214
Geotechnical Engineer 233212
Transport Engineer 233215
Mining Engineer 233611
Petroleum Engineer 233612
Surveyor 232212
Cartographer 232213
Other Spatial Scientist 232214
Medical Laboratory Scientist 234611
Orthotist / Prosthetist 251912
Multimedia Specialist 261211
Analyst Programmer 261311
Software and Applications Programmers 261399
ICT Security Specialist 262112
Chef 351311

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