Each year a large number of people, both men and women leave their homes and cross national borders to seek better employment and better living but immigrants'' employment experience is not smooth and equal to all in many immigrant receiving countries including Australia. Previous literature has mostly classified immigrants into ?English-Speaking'' and ?Non-English-Speaking'' background and identified poor labour market performance of Non-English Speaking'' immigrants. However, a few academic literature exists at micro-level to recognize ?why and what'' factors are critical for this. This book, therefore, has gathered information from Bangladeshi immigrants'' living in Adelaide, Australia, to examine immigrants'' employment experience and perceived health status. The analysis provided better understanding regarding immigration; immigrants'' employment; factors involved with having professional jobs and immigrants'' perceived health status in Australia. The book will especially be useful to professionals in Population and Public Health fields, policymakers, future migrants and researchers.