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Professor Taylor said the typical person arriving in the Territory from overseas was a skilled worker in their 20s and 30s. The jurisdiction's population growth rate is 0. ABC Darwin: Jacqueline Breen "No matter how qualified an individual may be, they still do need a leg-up in bxbes first few months of coming to an entirely new place," he said.
He said too many new migrants still had difficulty getting their qualifications and experience drwin overseas recognised in Australia. Kevin Kadirgarmar from the Multicultural Council of the Northern Territory said initiatives at a grassroots level could make new arrivals feel welcome, but changes at the top were also needed.
The Government, darrwin has in part blamed the population figures for cuts to the Territory's much-needed share of the GST carve-upsummoned Professor Taylor to provide a briefing on his findings. Migrants need more support to find work in the Northern Territory, Mr Kadirgarmar says.
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An annual government grant to the FAANT helps it put on community events and run a popular basketball league. And he said the sponsored visa category deed to plug skills gaps in the Territory did not include any support for people who had just arrived and were searching for work. Mr Landong, who also coaches one of the dardin teams, said sport helped him feel at home here, and he believed it could do the same for others.