Is there much work in Bathurst?The opinions expressed here are those of the individual and not those of Homely.com.au. Report
Jean AArouet 2yrs+
Hi that sounds very much to me as a prospective buyer, like a "NO"...That there are 'industries' doesn't indicate any more than there are 'industries' ...and there will be a plethora of locals of all ages and qualifications and local experience and broader experience seeking employment. A factual answer from say local Chamber of Commerce, if they give honest, up to date answers or perhaps a Social Security Officer which doesn't mistakenly apply 'privacy requirements' to an act they don't understand, so make up their own rules, or perhaps an employment agent, or a chat around the local saleyards might better answer your question. Lyndsey's response concerning the sporadic availability of 'contract' work sought by released students IS an important aspect. John Howard was determined to destroy responsible employment for the new order's 'market place' demands. This was based on the order's requirement that stability , ethics morals traditions and security be undermined to accelerate globalisation and one world government by bankers (see 'de Rothschild'_timeline' ). As a result piecework, internet based sales, sell-out to aliens who employ their own, depressiveness and other events have seen our once great employment relationships, wither. I suggest you find a job with some lawyer explained and assured guaranteed-by-contract backed by a Bank guarantee before buying into any area, not just Bathurst unless you have a marketable idea and the money to keep you afloat for a couple of years and the sense to know when to stop spending it.
Depending on your field of expertise, yes. There's a number of industries based in and around their, plus it is a major regional centre with a number of schools and hospitals. There's plenty of opportunity in Bathurst but when it comes to basic employment in hospitality or retail you're in competition each semester with an influx of unemployed students at the University trying to secure sporadic income.