How to find a career abroad
Retirees in China and other Asian countries are increasingly choosing careers abroad in search of higher wages, better health care, and a sense of community.
They are increasingly seeking work in industries ranging from health care to mining and oil and gas, the National Bureau of Statistics said in its annual report on international education and employment.
The report, released Tuesday, comes on the heels of an article in the National Geographic magazine that highlighted the importance of a career overseas.
According to the National Bodies, International Education and Research Organization, the United States has seen a 45% increase in international education students since 2000.
The United Kingdom has seen the greatest increase in its international students over the past decade, with more than 9,000 more foreign students enrolling in English and language courses at universities and colleges.
According to the report, the number of international students at universities in China has more than doubled in the past five years, from 4,000 in 2015 to 18,000 last year.
In addition, the study said the number in Australia has more recently risen to 1,200, a nearly seven-fold increase.
The trend for young people is particularly notable.
Since 2000, there have been a total of 2,937 graduates of Chinese universities.
This year, the government has announced a cap of 5,000 students in the country.
This number includes graduates who have already returned home to their hometowns.
Australia has also been the country of choice for overseas education graduates in the United Kingdom.
In 2018, Australia had the largest number of foreign students at British universities, with almost 10,000 international students enrolled, according to the government.
The number of students at the University of Warwick in England has also risen dramatically.
In 2020, there were 6,200 students at UWE, with about a third coming from China, the report said.
While the number at British institutions is increasing, the country is still not the largest destination for international students in Australia.
Canada, India, Japan, and the United Arab Emirates were the top five destinations for international student arrivals in 2020, followed by the United Nations and the European Union.
The report noted that while international students are the fastest-growing demographic in Australia, they are also a minority of the international student population, with only 17% of international student numbers coming from Australia.
As part of the government’s commitment to expanding international education in Australia in the wake of the Great Recession, the Labor Government has launched a $20 million initiative to recruit and train more foreign teachers and train students in China.
However, the numbers of international graduates who are studying in Australia have declined.
According the National Education Statistics Agency, there are more than 10,200 international students studying in the U.S., but fewer than 2,500 international students coming to Australia.
Australia’s International Education Agency is providing financial assistance to students who are working abroad and is helping to pay for travel and other expenses associated with international education.