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Australia Occupation Ceiling For the Program Year 2019-2020

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Australia Occupation Ceiling For the Program Year

Occupation Ceilings basically refer to the limit on the total number of invitations that the immigration authority can issue annually through SkillSelect.

Each occupation group has an associated occupation ceiling and once any occupation group reaches its ceiling, no further invitations can be issued for that particular program year. This means that the candidate will not get an invitation to apply for a specific visa or visa irrespective of their points.

It is important for you to go through the Combined Current List of eligible skilled occupations first in order to determine whether your occupation falls under the visa program of your choice or not.

Australia CSOL (Combined Skilled Occupation List) mentions the high demand occupations as per their labor market need to fill the labor shortage in Australia.

The Skilled Occupation List is formulated for those qualified and skilled workers who are looking for short and long-term skilled Australian jobs.

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The list displays a combination of occupations mentioned in STSOL and MLTSSL. You can check whether your nominated occupation is mentioned on Combined Skilled Occupational Demand List or not.

This list can provide you better clarity about your particular visa type and can help you in making a decision as to which visa is available for you on the basis of the occupation you choose.

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The table drawn below shows the occupation ceilings for 2019-2020 of eligible skilled occupations by ANZSCO code. The Occupation ceiling values are decided upon the stock employment percentage for each occupation, which is provided by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. These stock employment percentages basically represent the total number of employed people in each occupation in Australia.

Please note, the occupation ceilings don t apply to State or Territory Nominated, Investment and Employer-Sponsored or Business Innovation visa subclasses. It is applicable only on independent, skilled regional (provisional) visas and there is a limit on the total number of EOIs to be selected from a particular occupation group.

Check out the list of latest Occupation Ceilings for the program year 2019-2020:

Occupation ID

Description

Occupation Ceiling Value

Invitations to  11/12/2019

1213

Livestock Farmers

5,934

0

1331

Construction Managers

4,983

<5

1332

Engineering Managers

1,000

<5

1341

Child Care Centre Managers

1,000

0

1342

Health and Welfare Services Managers

1,785

0

1399

Other Specialist Managers

3,044

0

2111

Actors, Dancers and Other Entertainers

1,000

0

2112

Music Professionals

1,000

0

2121

Artistic Directors, and Media Producers and Presenters

1,098

0

2211

Accountants*

2,746

280

2212

Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers*

1,552

159

2241

Actuaries, Mathematicians and Statisticians

1,000

15

2243

Economists

1,000

<5

2245

Land Economists and Valuers

1,000

<5

2247

Management consultant

5,269

11

2321

Architects and Landscape Architects

2,171

228

2322

Cartographers and Surveyors

1,000

<5

2331

Chemical and Materials Engineers

1,000

39

2332

Civil Engineering Professionals

3,772

223

2333

Electrical Engineers

1,000

146

2334

Electronics Engineers*

1,000

90

2335

Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers*

1,600

164

2336

Mining Engineers

1,000

14

2339

Other Engineering Professionals*

1,000

100

2341

Agricultural and Forestry Scientists

1,000

14

2342

Chemists, and Food and Wine Scientists

1,000

13

2343

Environmental Scientists

1,472

<5

2344

Geologists, Geophysicists and Hydrogeologists

1,000

<5

2345

Life Scientists

1,000

34

2346

Medical Laboratory Scientists

1,505

5

2347

Veterinarians

1,000

<5

2349

Other Natural and Physical Science Professionals

1,000

7

2411

Early Childhood (Pre-primary School) Teachers

2,294

12

2414

Secondary School Teachers

8,052

12

2415

Special Education Teachers

1,111

0

2421

University Lecturers and Tutors

3,407

28

2512

Medical Imaging Professionals

1,203

<5

2514

Optometrists and Orthoptists

1,000

0

2519

Other Health Diagnostic and Promotion Professionals

1,000

0

2521

Chiropractors and Osteopaths

1,000

0

2524

Occupational Therapists

1,082

<5

2525

Physiotherapists

1,784

5

2526

Podiatrists

1,000

0

2527

Speech Professionals and Audiologists

1,000

<5

2531

General Practitioners and Resident Medical officers

3,550

24

2533

Internal Medicine Specialists

1,000

<5

2534

Psychiatrists

1,000

0

2535

Surgeons

1,000

<5

2539

Other Medical Practitioners

1,250

23

2541

Midwives

1,218

0

2544

Registered Nurses

17,509

276

2611

ICT Business and Systems Analysts*

2,587

255

2612

Multimedia Specialists and Web Developers

1,000

18

2613

Software and Applications Programmers*

8,748

858

2621

Database and Systems Administrators and ICT Security Specialists

2,887

131

2631

Computer Network Professionals*

2,553

254

2633

Telecommunications Engineering Professionals

1,000

134

2711

Barristers

1,000

0

2713

Solicitors

4,650

6

2723

Psychologists

1,832

<5

2725

Social Workers

2,128

50

3122

Civil Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

1,000

18

3123

Electrical Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

1,000

<5

3132

Telecommunications Technical Specialists

1,000

0

3211

Automotive Electricians

1,000

<5

3212

Motor Mechanics

6,399

<5

3222

Sheetmetal Trades Workers

1,000

0

3223

Structural Steel and Welding Trades Workers

3,983

<5

3232

Metal Fitters and Machinists

7,007

0

3233

Precision Metal Trades Workers

1,000

0

3241

Panelbeaters

1,000

0

3311

Bricklayers and Stonemasons

1,610

0

3312

Carpenters and Joiners

8,536

0

3322

Painting Trades Workers

3,330

<5

3331

Glaziers

1,000

0

3332

Plasterers

2,100

0

3334

Wall and Floor Tilers

1,682

0

3341

Plumbers

5,060

0

3411

Electricians

8,624

<5

3421

Airconditioning and Refrigeration Mechanics

1,851

0

3422

Electrical Distribution Trades Workers

1,000

0

3423

Electronics Trades Workers

1,313

<5

3513

Chefs

2,738

10

3611

Animal Attendants and Trainers

1,051

0

3941

Cabinetmakers

2,112

0

3991

Boat Builders and Shipwrights

1,000

0

4523

Sports Coaches, Instructors and Officials

4,071

0

4524

Sportspersons

1,000

0

 

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