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Old 12-25-2013, 11:23 PM
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I am a Canadian firefighter with medical training as a emt I am coming to Australia as a backpacker for a year and if I like it down there I would want to move and get a permananent residence status and apply for fire departments in Australia I am curious as to how competitive it is to get a job with a municipal department down under as in Canada it is quite competitive roughly 1500 for 50 positions is this comparable to Australia or what can I be expecting to get a job as a firefighter


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