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Relatively poor graduate-employment outcomes among international students are attributed to concerns with language and a perceived lack of work experience (Lane 2014), cultural fit, increased administrative load, attrition, and poor non-technical skills due to a lack of extra-curricular activities (AUIDF 2013).
This situation may be amplified by the lack of resources allocated to managing international students and their career-management needs in Australia, relative to other countries such as the United Kingdom (AUIDF 2013).
Australian Universities International Directors' Forum (AUIDF) (2013), Improving the Employment Outcomes of International Students, AUIDF, Melbourne.