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These 38 Jobs Could Get You A Working Visa for the UK

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As part of Jetsanza.com’s efforts to fight illegal migration and make sure people travel on the right visas, the article is to serve as a step towards legal migration to the United Kingdom for those looking forward to stay and work legally. Subsequent articles will guide applicants on how to go through the application process.

It is only a matter of time before the UK finally says goodbye to the European Union, even though there seems to be no precise timeline and schedule at the moment. The considerable uncertainty surrounding Brexit and the future immigration system has led to a high level of employer concern.

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) of the UK was tasked to conduct a first full review of the Shortage Occupation List (SOL) since 2013.

The MAC released the full review in May this year which has been sighted by Jetsanza.com. The final report recommended some occupations to be placed on the SOL.  The report noted that aside from the lower unemployment and higher vacancies, free movement is no longer providing the ready supply of workers it once did for some employers.

The new list which was published recently is made up of almost 10% of jobs in the UK economy and market, an increase of nearly 9% compared to the previous list.

In essence, what this means is that professionals in the listed fields have a relatively easier chance of securing working visas to the UK as professionals as the committee based their recommendations on skilled jobs in shortage that it finds it sensible to try to fill through migration.

 

Proposed UK-wide Shortage Occupation List

Biological scientists and biochemists

Physical scientists

  1. engineering geologist
  2. hydrogeologist
  3. geophysicist
  4. geophysicist
  5. geoscientist
  6. geologist
  7. geochemist technical services manager

Social and Humanities’ Scientists

  1. Archaeologists

Civil engineers

Mechanical engineers

Electrical engineers

Electronics engineers

Design and development engineers

Production and process engineers

Engineering professionals

IT business analysts, architects and systems designers

Programmers and software development professionals

Web design and development professionals

Information technology and telecommunications professionals n.e.c.

  1. Cybersecurity specialist

Medical practitioners

Psychologists

Veterinarians

Medical radiographers

Occupational therapists

Speech and language therapists

Nurses

Secondary education teaching professionals

  1. Secondary education teachers in the subjects of maths, physics, science (where an element of physics will be taught), computer science and Mandarin

Actuaries, economists and statisticians

  1. Bio-informatician and informatician

Architects

Social workers

Quality control and planning engineers

Paramedics

Artists

Dancers and choreographers

  1. Skilled classical ballet dancers who meet the standard required by internationally recognised United Kingdom ballet companies. The company must be endorsed as being internationally recognised by a United Kingdom industry body such as the Arts Councils (of England, Scotland and/or Wales)
  2. Skilled contemporary dancers who meet the standard required by internationally recognised United Kingdom contemporary dance companies. The company must be endorsed as being internationally recognised by a United
    Kingdom industry body such as the Arts Councils (of England, Scotland and/or Wales)

 

Musicians

  1. Skilled orchestral musicians who are leaders, principals, sub-principals or numbered string positions, and who meet the standard required by internationally recognised UK orchestras. The orchestra must be endorsed as being internationally recognised by the Association of British Orchestras

Arts officers, producers and directors

Graphic designers

Welding trades

  1. High integrity pipe welders where the job requires three or more years’ related on-the-job experience

Chefs

  1. Skilled chef where: The pay is at least £29,570 per year after deductions for accommodation, meals etc.; and
  2. Job requires five or more years relevant experience in a role of at least equivalent status to the one they are entering, and the job is not in either fast food or standard fare outlet; and

The job is in one of the following roles:

  1. Executive chef – limited to one per establishment
  2. Head chef – limited to one per establishment
  3. Sous chef – limited to one for every four kitchen staff per establishment
  4. Specialist chef – limited to one per speciality per establishment

The following are additional Scotland-only Shortage Occupation List.

Secondary education teaching professionals

  1. Gaelic Teachers

Primary and nursery education teaching professionals

  1. Gaelic-medium teachers

Chemical scientists

  1. Chemical scientists within the nuclear industry

Production and process engineers

  1. Chemical engineers within the nuclear industry


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Akesse Sanza

Akesse Sanza is a Ghanaian Travel Blogger, Travel and Tourism Consultant, and Anti-human Trafficking And Safe Migration advocate. Akesse loves everything Travel & Tourism and aims to see every single country in the world.

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