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Forum Post: Emigrating from US to Australia!

Posted 12 years ago on Dec. 24, 2011, 12:14 p.m. EST by VerySmart (2)
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I am really considering emigrating to Australia. The way things are going in this country, I don't know if I really want to be apart of it anymore. Religious nuts seem to be taking over the country left and right, money is going down the drain, and representatives not doing there jobs (only representing special interest). On top of that, no citizen really even cares.

I am 20 and in college (university) right now, and will be graduating in a couple years. I intend on staying here for a little while after graduation, to compete in a sport I am doing. But once that is done, I was considering moving out of here.

I am a business major. I was curious, it is not hard to emigrate to Australia. There is a good outlook on jobs (especially in the business sector). Australia may not be ideal but many Americans prefer to live there in Australia. They usually admire the straightforwardness and honesty of Australians.



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[-] 1 points by infonomics (393) 12 years ago

You do not see promise in America as a business major?

[-] 1 points by Nasa (33) from Brooklyn, NY 12 years ago

Emigrate to Canada more better !

[-] 1 points by 1169 (204) 12 years ago

I don't know dude I was in australia, they just sent US marines there, and its close to china

[-] 0 points by necropaulis (491) 12 years ago

They get the best cars. But I wouldn't go there. Look into how much of it floods, especially in the busier areas. What part were you thinking of?? Go on a vacation there during the worst part of the season, and see if you can handle it.

[-] 1 points by bill1102inf2 (357) 12 years ago

Get a living space on the second floor or higher.

[-] 0 points by necropaulis (491) 12 years ago

I was talking more about when you leave the second floor. A highrise would be where I would go. Most of them have multistory car parks attached.