Hairdressers, pilots and chiropractors can start packing their bags, but zoologists and cartographers may be out of luck. Australia has released its latest list of occupations that are most in demand for prospective migrants - and it contains a few surprises. Hairdressers, for instance, are in huge demand, while drama teachers and 'master fishers' are apparently two-a-penny. 'We constantly change the list to respond to the demands of the job market,' an Immigration Department spokeswoman said. Under the skilled migration programme, each profession is assigned a number of points, with the highest being 60. Other criteria include age, work experience and proficiency in English. Potential migrants must have at least 115 points to even be considered. 'The general skilled migration categories provide migration opportunities for young, highly skilled people who will quickly contribute to the Australian economy,' according to the department's website. Having a degree or a smart white collar job is no longer a guarantee of preferential treatment. Refrigerator mechanics, nurses and dieticians score more points than journalists or zoologists. This year's intake will be the largest in more than a decade, with up to 110,000 places on offer.