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EOI submitted and invited data and analysis


EOI Status

An Expression of Interest (EOI) application submitted through SkillSelect can transition into different status depending on the progress of the application:

  • SUBMITTED: an EOI that meets all requirements for all selected visa subclasses and has all fields completed can be submitted. Once submitted, points are attributed to the EOI based on the information provided. Submitted EOIs are eligible for selection in an invitation round.
  • INVITED: an invitation to apply for a visa has been issued.
  • LODGED: a visa application has been lodged using an invitation to apply for a visa.
Top 7 occupations waiting for visa GRANT 
ANZSCO Occupation Applications in SkillSelect
351311 Chef 1,923
221111 Accountant (General) 1,615
233512 Mechanical Engineer 1,432
233211 Civil Engineer 1,293
254499 Registered Nurses nec 1,096
261313 Software Engineer 994
254412 Registered Nurse (Aged Care) 924

* Lodged applications in SkillSelect for Skilled Independent visa subclass 189 at 28 February 2023

Chefs (ANZSCO 351311)

The occupation that has the highest number of applicants waiting for their PR visas is Chef. This indicates a growing demand for hospitality professionals in the country. The pandemic has significantly affected the sector in Australia, leading to a shortage of skilled chefs. This has resulted in an urgent need for qualified and experienced chefs to fill in the vacancies.

Chef has also been ranked as the 8th most in-demand occupation in Australia in the recently published Labour Market Update report  (by Jobs and Skills Australia).

 As of 04/2023  – 351311 Chef – Subclass 189 – Skilled Independent Visa Points Tested

  1. How many EOIs have a SUBMITTED status (are SUBMITTED) on April 2023 for the occupation of ANZSCO 351311 Chef under the Skilled Independent visa (Subclass 189)?
  2. How many EOIs have a LODGEDstatus (are LODGED) on April 2023 for the occupation of ANZSCO 351311 Chef under the Skilled Independent visa (Subclass 189)?
  3. How many EOIs have a INVITEDstatus (are INVITED) on April 2023 for the occupation of ANZSCO 351311 Chef under the Skilled Independent visa (Subclass 189)?

 

SUBMITTED
Points Count EOIs
35 <20
40 <20
45 <20
50 103
55 181
60 526
65 1399
70 858
75 486
80 221
85 125
90 33
95 <20
100 <20
105 <20
120 <20
LODGED
Points Count EOIs
50 22
55 41
60 89
65 661
70 479
75 345
80 179
85 79
90 37
95 <20
INVITED
Points Count EOIs
50 <20
55 <20
60 <20
65 <20
70 <20
75 <20
80 <20
85 <20

Aged Care Nurses (ANZSCO 254412)

Registered Nurses (Aged Care) , are responsible for providing care and support to elderly people in residential care facilities. With an aging population in Australia, the demand for aged care nurses has grown, leading to a backlog of visa applications.

Visa Type Occupation
189 PTS Points-Tested Stream 254412 Registered Nurse (Aged Care)
EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs
SUBMITTED 40 <20 LODGED 50 <20 INVITED 60 <20
SUBMITTED 45 <20 LODGED 60 <20 INVITED 65 <20
SUBMITTED 50 <20 LODGED 65 208 INVITED 70 <20
SUBMITTED 55 21 LODGED 70 146 INVITED 75 <20
SUBMITTED 60 70 LODGED 75 71 INVITED 80 <20
SUBMITTED 65 254 LODGED 80 33 INVITED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 70 184 LODGED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 75 85 LODGED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 80 39
SUBMITTED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 90 <20

Registered Nurses nec ( ANZSCO 254499)

Registered nurses are in high demand in Australia’s healthcare industry, and the pandemic has further emphasized their importance

Visa Type Occupation
189 Points-Tested Stream 254499 Registered Nurses nec
EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs
SUBMITTED 30 <20 LODGED 55 <20 INVITED 60 <20
SUBMITTED 40 <20 LODGED 60 48 INVITED 65 47
SUBMITTED 45 <20 LODGED 65 380 INVITED 70 38
SUBMITTED 50 <20 LODGED 70 339 INVITED 75 <20
SUBMITTED 55 22 LODGED 75 168 INVITED 80 <20
SUBMITTED 60 134 LODGED 80 64
SUBMITTED 65 964 LODGED 85 30
SUBMITTED 70 738 LODGED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 75 354
SUBMITTED 80 139
SUBMITTED 85 32
SUBMITTED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 95 <20

General Practitioner (ANZSCO: 253111)

 

Visa Type Occupation
189PTS Points-Tested Stream 253111 General Practitioner

General practitioners, also known as family doctors or primary care physicians, provide comprehensive medical care to individuals, families, and communities.

As a General Practitioner, some of the typical tasks and responsibilities may include:

  1. Conducting patient consultations and medical examinations to diagnose and treat various illnesses and health conditions.
  2. Prescribing medications, treatments, and preventive measures.
  3. Providing ongoing medical care, including monitoring and managing chronic conditions.
  4. Referring patients to specialists or other healthcare professionals when necessary.
  5. Conducting health screenings and preventive health checks.
  6. Providing health education and counseling to patients and their families.
  7. Maintaining medical records and ensuring accurate documentation of patient care.
  8. Collaborating with other healthcare professionals and participating in multidisciplinary teams.

 

EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs
SUBMITTED 30 <20 LODGED 60 <20 INVITED 65 <20
SUBMITTED 45 <20 LODGED 65 <20 INVITED 70 <20
SUBMITTED 55 <20 LODGED 70 <20 INVITED 75 <20
SUBMITTED 60 <20 LODGED 75 <20 INVITED 80 <20
SUBMITTED 65 23 LODGED 80 21 INVITED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 70 26 LODGED 85 23 INVITED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 75 27 LODGED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 80 68 LODGED 95 <20
SUBMITTED 85 49 LODGED 100 <20
SUBMITTED 90 27
SUBMITTED 95 <20

 

Early Childhood (Pre-primary School) Teacher (ANZSCO 241111)

Primary teachers play a crucial role in the development of children, providing them with foundational knowledge and skills across various subjects, including mathematics, English, science, social studies, and more. They create lesson plans, deliver instruction, assess student progress, and provide individualized support to meet the diverse needs of their students.

Primary teachers also contribute to the social and emotional development of children, helping them develop essential life skills and fostering a positive learning environment. They may collaborate with parents, fellow teachers, and support staff to ensure the overall well-being and academic growth of their students.

 

EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs
SUBMITTED 40 <20 LODGED 50 <20 INVITED 60 <20
SUBMITTED 45 <20 LODGED 55 <20 INVITED 65 <20
SUBMITTED 50 <20 LODGED 60 <20 INVITED 70 <20
SUBMITTED 55 34 LODGED 65 76 INVITED 75 <20
SUBMITTED 60 55 LODGED 70 83 INVITED 80 <20
SUBMITTED 65 203 LODGED 75 58 INVITED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 70 153 LODGED 80 28
SUBMITTED 75 89 LODGED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 80 50 LODGED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 85 <20 LODGED 95 <20
SUBMITTED 90 <20

Software Engineer (ANZSCO 261313)

Software engineers are professionals who design, develop, and maintain computer software and applications. They utilize their expertise in programming languages, algorithms, and software development methodologies to create software solutions that meet specific requirements.

Software engineers typically analyze user needs, design software systems, write code, conduct testing, and troubleshoot any issues that arise during the development process. They may specialize in various areas such as web development, mobile app development, database management, or system integration.

EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs
SUBMITTED 35 <20 LODGED 50 <20 INVITED 55 <20
SUBMITTED 40 <20 LODGED 55 <20 INVITED 60 <20
SUBMITTED 45 22 LODGED 60 <20 INVITED 65 <20
SUBMITTED 50 56 LODGED 65 31 INVITED 70 <20
SUBMITTED 55 134 LODGED 70 49 INVITED 75 24
SUBMITTED 60 276 LODGED 75 112 INVITED 80 <20
SUBMITTED 65 903 LODGED 80 138 INVITED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 70 1077 LODGED 85 275 INVITED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 75 1271 LODGED 90 384 INVITED 95 <20
SUBMITTED 80 1261 LODGED 95 115
SUBMITTED 85 952 LODGED 100 <20
SUBMITTED 90 722 LODGED 105 <20
SUBMITTED 95 269
SUBMITTED 100 62
SUBMITTED 105 <20

Mechanical Engineer (ANZSCO 233512)

Mechanical engineers are professionals who apply scientific and engineering principles to design, develop, and maintain mechanical systems and components. They work with various types of machinery and equipment, ranging from engines and turbines to heating and cooling systems.

Mechanical engineers are involved in tasks such as designing mechanical systems, conducting analysis and simulations, preparing technical drawings and specifications, overseeing the manufacturing process, and ensuring compliance with safety and quality standards. They may specialize in areas such as automotive engineering, aerospace engineering, energy systems, or HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning).

EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs
SUBMITTED 35 <20 LODGED 50 <20 INVITED 55 <20
SUBMITTED 40 <20 LODGED 55 <20 INVITED 60 <20
SUBMITTED 45 <20 LODGED 60 <20 INVITED 65 21
SUBMITTED 50 71 LODGED 65 175 INVITED 70 <20
SUBMITTED 55 177 LODGED 70 169 INVITED 75 23
SUBMITTED 60 468 LODGED 75 197 INVITED 80 22
SUBMITTED 65 1112 LODGED 80 172 INVITED 85 22
SUBMITTED 70 1331 LODGED 85 279 INVITED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 75 1307 LODGED 90 273
SUBMITTED 80 1040 LODGED 95 67
SUBMITTED 85 746 LODGED 100 <20
SUBMITTED 90 383
SUBMITTED 95 160
SUBMITTED 100 21
SUBMITTED 105 <20

Civil Engineer (ANZCO 233211)

Visa Type Occupation
189PTS Points-Tested Stream 233211 Civil Engineer

Civil Engineers are professionals who design, plan, and oversee the construction and maintenance of infrastructure projects such as roads, bridges, buildings, dams, and water supply systems.

As a Civil Engineer, some of the typical tasks and responsibilities may include:

  1. Planning and designing infrastructure projects, considering factors such as budget, resources, and environmental impact.
  2. Conducting site investigations and surveys to assess project feasibility and gather relevant data.
  3. Developing detailed engineering designs and specifications, including calculations, drawings, and technical reports.
  4. Estimating project costs and preparing project schedules.
  5. Managing construction projects, including contract administration and supervision of construction activities.
  6. Collaborating with architects, contractors, and other professionals to ensure project specifications are met.
  7. Conducting quality control and quality assurance checks during construction.
  8. Monitoring and evaluating the performance of completed projects and conducting inspections for maintenance and repair work.
  9. Applying engineering principles and standards to ensure compliance with regulations and safety standards.
  10. Keeping up-to-date with industry advancements, regulations, and best practices in civil engineering.
EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs
SUBMITTED 10 <20 LODGED 50 <20 INVITED 50 <20
SUBMITTED 35 <20 LODGED 55 <20 INVITED 55 <20
SUBMITTED 40 <20 LODGED 60 <20 INVITED 60 <20
SUBMITTED 45 <20 LODGED 65 162 INVITED 65 22
SUBMITTED 50 43 LODGED 70 157 INVITED 70 <20
SUBMITTED 55 140 LODGED 75 212 INVITED 75 20
SUBMITTED 60 344 LODGED 80 177 INVITED 80 27
SUBMITTED 65 1056 LODGED 85 251 INVITED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 70 1258 LODGED 90 202 INVITED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 75 1197 LODGED 95 55
SUBMITTED 80 881 LODGED 100 <20
SUBMITTED 85 593 LODGED 110 <20
SUBMITTED 90 296
SUBMITTED 95 121
SUBMITTED 100 23
SUBMITTED 105 <20
SUBMITTED 110 <20
SUBMITTED 120 <20

 

Social Worker (ANZCO 272511)

The ANZSCO code for a social worker in Australia and New Zealand is 272511. This code is assigned to professionals who provide social work services to individuals, families, groups, and communities to enhance social functioning and overall well-being.

Social workers with an ANZSCO code of 272511 perform a range of tasks, which may include:

  1. Assessing the social needs of individuals, families, and communities.
  2. Developing and implementing intervention plans to address social issues.
  3. Providing counseling and support to individuals and families.
  4. Advocating for clients’ rights and assisting them in accessing appropriate services.
  5. Conducting research and participating in policy development to address social issues.
  6. Collaborating with other professionals, such as psychologists, healthcare workers, and educators, to provide comprehensive support.

To work as a social worker in Australia or New Zealand, it is typically required to have a relevant qualification, such as a bachelor’s or master’s degree in social work. Additionally, registration or membership with the relevant professional body, such as the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW), may be necessary to practice as a social worker and use the title of “social worker.”

EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs
SUBMITTED 45 <20 LODGED 60 <20 INVITED 65 <20
SUBMITTED 50 <20 LODGED 65 24 INVITED 70 <20
SUBMITTED 55 <20 LODGED 70 20 INVITED 75 <20
SUBMITTED 60 <20 LODGED 75 20 INVITED 80 <20
SUBMITTED 65 54 LODGED 80 20 INVITED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 70 67 LODGED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 75 49 LODGED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 80 26
SUBMITTED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 115 <20

ICT Business Analyst (ANZSCO 261111)

Visa Type Occupation
189PTS Points-Tested Stream 261111 ICT Business Analyst

ICT (Information and Communication Technology) Business Analysts are professionals who bridge the gap between technology and business objectives. They analyze the information and communication needs of organizations and help identify and implement technology solutions to meet those needs.

As an ICT Business Analyst, some of the typical tasks and responsibilities may include:

  1. Gathering and analyzing business requirements from stakeholders.
  2. Conducting feasibility studies and cost-benefit analyses for proposed technology solutions.
  3. Developing and documenting business cases, project plans, and functional specifications.
  4. Collaborating with stakeholders to define and document business processes and workflows.
  5. Facilitating workshops and meetings to elicit requirements and gather feedback.
  6. Translating business requirements into technical specifications for developers.
  7. Assisting in system testing, user acceptance testing, and quality assurance activities.
  8. Providing support and guidance to project teams during system implementation and post-implementation phases.
  9. Identifying opportunities for process improvement and recommending technology solutions.
  10. Keeping up-to-date with emerging technologies and industry trends.
EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs
SUBMITTED 45 <20 LODGED 50 <20 INVITED 60 <20
SUBMITTED 50 43 LODGED 55 <20 INVITED 65 <20
SUBMITTED 55 69 LODGED 60 <20 INVITED 70 <20
SUBMITTED 60 173 LODGED 65 30 INVITED 75 <20
SUBMITTED 65 681 LODGED 70 41 INVITED 80 <20
SUBMITTED 70 921 LODGED 75 64 INVITED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 75 1020 LODGED 80 95 INVITED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 80 1052 LODGED 85 190 INVITED 95 <20
SUBMITTED 85 811 LODGED 90 328
SUBMITTED 90 623 LODGED 95 129
SUBMITTED 95 293 LODGED 100 <20
SUBMITTED 100 53
SUBMITTED 105 <20
SUBMITTED 110 <20

Marketing Specialist  (ANZSCO 225113)

Marketing Specialists are professionals who develop and implement marketing strategies to promote products, services, or brands and help organizations achieve their business goals.

As a Marketing Specialist, some of the typical tasks and responsibilities may include:

  1. Conducting market research to identify consumer needs, market trends, and competitor activities.
  2. Developing and implementing marketing strategies and campaigns to reach target audiences.
  3. Planning and executing digital marketing initiatives, including social media, email marketing, and search engine optimization (SEO).
  4. Creating and managing marketing materials such as brochures, websites, advertisements, and promotional content.
  5. Analyzing marketing data and metrics to evaluate campaign effectiveness and make data-driven recommendations.
  6. Managing relationships with external vendors, agencies, and media partners.
  7. Collaborating with cross-functional teams, such as sales, product development, and creative departments, to ensure alignment and consistency in marketing efforts.
  8. Monitoring and managing budgets, timelines, and project deliverables.
  9. Staying up-to-date with industry trends and emerging marketing technologies and techniques.
  10. Tracking and reporting on key performance indicators (KPIs) and marketing ROI.
EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs
SUBMITTED 35 <20 LODGED 55 <20 INVITED 55 <20
SUBMITTED 45 <20 LODGED 60 <20 INVITED 65 <20
SUBMITTED 50 <20 LODGED 65 36 INVITED 70 <20
SUBMITTED 55 <20 LODGED 70 59 INVITED 75 <20
SUBMITTED 60 72 LODGED 75 103 INVITED 80 22
SUBMITTED 65 327 LODGED 80 130 INVITED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 70 368 LODGED 85 107 INVITED 90 20
SUBMITTED 75 469 LODGED 90 93 INVITED 95 <20
SUBMITTED 80 330 LODGED 95 59
SUBMITTED 85 263 LODGED 100 <20
SUBMITTED 90 226
SUBMITTED 95 82
SUBMITTED 100 <20
SUBMITTED 105 <20

491SNR State or Territory Nominated – Regional

EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs
SUBMITTED 45 <20 LODGED 65 <20 INVITED 65 <20
SUBMITTED 55 <20 LODGED 70 23 INVITED 70 25
SUBMITTED 60 <20 LODGED 75 33 INVITED 75 35
SUBMITTED 65 146 LODGED 80 41 INVITED 80 <20
SUBMITTED 70 262 LODGED 85 45 INVITED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 75 334 LODGED 90 51 INVITED 90 <20
SUBMITTED 80 458 LODGED 95 37 INVITED 95 <20
SUBMITTED 85 504 LODGED 100 29 INVITED 100 <20
SUBMITTED 90 332 LODGED 105 <20
SUBMITTED 95 199 LODGED 110 <20
SUBMITTED 100 139
SUBMITTED 105 34
SUBMITTED 110 <20
SUBMITTED 115 <20

solicitor

Visa Type Occupation
189PTS Points-Tested Stream 271311 Solicitor

Solicitors are legal professionals who provide legal advice, draft legal documents, and represent clients in legal matters.

As a Solicitor, some of the typical tasks and responsibilities may include:

  1. Advising clients on legal rights, obligations, and options in various areas of law.
  2. Conducting legal research and analysis to support client cases.
  3. Drafting legal documents such as contracts, wills, and agreements.
  4. Representing clients in negotiations, mediations, and court proceedings.
  5. Interviewing clients and witnesses to gather information for legal cases.
  6. Providing legal opinions and interpretations of laws and regulations.
  7. Assisting clients with legal transactions, including property purchases, business acquisitions, and contract negotiations.
  8. Managing legal documentation, records, and correspondence related to client matters.
  9. Collaborating with other legal professionals, such as barristers and paralegals, to handle client cases effectively.
  10. Keeping up-to-date with changes in legislation and case law.
EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs EOI Status Points Count EOIs
SUBMITTED 50 <20 LODGED 60 <20 INVITED 65 <20
SUBMITTED 55 <20 LODGED 65 45 INVITED 80 <20
SUBMITTED 60 24 LODGED 70 65 INVITED 85 <20
SUBMITTED 65 85 LODGED 75 74
SUBMITTED 70 131 LODGED 80 78
SUBMITTED 75 102 LODGED 85 88
SUBMITTED 80 125 LODGED 90 40
SUBMITTED 85 79 LODGED 95 <20
SUBMITTED 90 51
SUBMITTED 95 <20
SUBMITTED 100 <20

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