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Well, am from Kenya. I think it's much hotter , Kenya. We are smack on the equator.
I know another who wouldn't stay as it was too cold here.

Bottom line is that there are many reasons, and they may seem conflicting to some.

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Maybe because house prices are more affordable in other countries than Sydney............can't believe sydney house price increased about 10% or more each year....

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I think many factors, which may not have anything to do with Australia, more the life style, family, social aspects the persons is used to. Some people have adaptability others don't and get home sick / depressed. My wife is from Philippines several things she doesn't like about Australia, from her hair falling out to the heat, (yes a pinay saying its too hot) go figure. But given time now loves Australia, and is more than happy to live here

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Many people are continually priced out of the housing market every year, there needs to be a major correction the prices are just ridiculous.

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Many people are continually priced out of the housing market every year, there needs to be a major correction the prices are just ridiculous.
Stopping immigration and cutting the population down might help get prices down

Otherwise move to cheaper areas. Prices for near the beaches and the city will always be high. That is pure supply and demand for preferred property.

One hour out from Brisbane and new 4 bed 2 bath houses are nearer $300,000 (4 times ave salary). Go a bit higher and you get that house on acreage for $350,000

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$5000 a month living costs ? Maybe you need to look at that . . . .


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$5000 a month living costs ? Maybe you need to look at that . . . .
The person who was spending $5,000 per month, lived in Sydney, and was previously a director at a multinational pharmaceutical company. Presumably he wanted to maintain his normal living standards.

Actually $5,000 pm is only $60,000 per year, less than the average full time wage.

Living outside Sydney is much cheaper, as rents are less.

I can live on $2,000 per month, but with no accommodation cost. If I had to pay rent it would be more like $3,500 pm, but in Sydney, well, for a similar house with same size land, there aren't many, but something smaller, would kick my costs up to nearer $5,000 pm.

You definitely need at least an average Australian wage, or two, to be comfortable.


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Hello,
I feel the immigrants leave Australia because people always have their comfort zone and attachment towards their native land.


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Thank you for your great advice, Jason!


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Good Day Swagata,

I am no expert but if I may add a few comments:
1)
Getting a job in Australia, especially as a first time migrant is no doubt a difficult prospect but it is not impossible. How long will it take and whether you will need to start from the bottom rung will depend on job market scene in your specific industry and of course the 'luck' factor of 'Being in the Right Place at the Right Time'.
One thing most of the migrants here will agree on is that today's job market is very challenging, even for the locals. Further, it is also a given that the first few months in a new land will most certainly be a struggle.

2)
Addressing your case specifically:
- considering your profession being in demand, you stand a better chance of getting a job.
- you have age on your side which I believe is the biggest advantage. I suggest you take any entry level job to get the 'Aussie Experience' and work your way up.Remember that there is great dignity in labour in Australia and no job or trade is looked down upon.

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Suggestions:
- Whilst waiting for your visa to come through, utilize your time to research as much as you can about Australian culture, the people and most importantly the job scene.
- Make sure your Linkedin Profile is up to date and dressed up.
- Understand how to write and "Australian Ready Resume" and Covering Letter.
- SEEK - Australia's no. 1 jobs, employment, career and recruitment site[/url] and are some good job portals to start looking for jobs.
- Start contacting Australian employers even whilst you wait.You may not bag an offer but at least youwill have begun networking and most importantly you will get an idea of employers requirements in Australia.

I wish you all the best with the visa process and lots of success when you land in Australia.


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