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Old 08-02-2018, 03:56 AM
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Hello All,

I'm having a second thought now, should I move to Australia with my new job offer.

I live in USA and earn around 95K per annum. Due to the greencard backlog and political atmosphere I decided to apply for an Australian job and ended up in an offer letter. My employer offerred 132K+ Super and job location is at Sydney.

I'm really having a second thought now due to the heavy tax+ medical insurance and of course Sydney's skyrocketing rent. I easily deposit around $1500-2000 per month into my savings account after all expenses. I have a family of 4 including 2 small children and wondering if I can make the same deposit every month if I move to Australia with offered salary.

Thank you all in advance!!

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