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I'm currently 21 and tired of the uk. I'm currently out of work and wondering is it easier to get a job in Australia?
The place I'm more interested in is Perth to be exact. If anyone knows the easiest way to get a visa that'd be great. I've been thinking about this for a few months now and I know it'll upset my family, but I'm just not happy in England anymore. I want to explore the world and meet new people and settle down in a different country.
If anyone could help me and tell me what I need to do would be great. I know it revolves around a points system, but what if you don't have the qualifications that they are looking for?
Thanks for the help lads.
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Depends what doing, as its based on a point system, I have a mate and some of my family who moved over, so jealous, im in england aswell, you looking for permanent or temp?


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Go for it bro its the bestplace ive been to. nice people great weather. Ur family can come visit.
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Australia is cool and all but I don't see why you would uproot yourself to another country cuz you can't find a job
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Guhwap wroteAustralia is cool and all but I don't see why you would uproot yourself to another country cuz you can't find a job



Many people leave their own countries to move to another country for jobs and a better life...
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Holmesy wroteDepends what doing, as its based on a point system, I have a mate and some of my family who moved over, so jealous, im in england aswell, you looking for permanent or temp?


I was thinking temporary at first say 12 months then if I like it I'd like to make it permanent.
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Guhwap wroteAustralia is cool and all but I don't see why you would uproot yourself to another country cuz you can't find a job
Hes not happy in england and wants to travel the world not just have a job


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My friend and his family moved to Perth around 6 years ago. They was back within 2 years as they hated it, said they preferred the UK
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McGregor wrote
Guhwap wroteAustralia is cool and all but I don't see why you would uproot yourself to another country cuz you can't find a job



Many people leave their own countries to move to another country for jobs and a better life...


Exactly mate. A better life is all I want tbh.
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Maj wroteMy friend and his family moved to Perth around 6 years ago. They was back within 2 years as they hated it, said they preferred the UK


That's the chance you have to take aha
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