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Hi Everyone! New from the U.S


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Old 10-31-2016, 06:41 PM
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Smile Hi Everyone! New from the U.S

It's nice to meet everyone on here and I'm looking forward to exchanging conversations with everyone. So here's my story (kind of ridiculous and funny)

I met a girl from New York about 5 months ago and we hit it off with explosive chemistry but before we met, she had already planned on traveling to Australia and working as a Nanny for a year. Long story short, she wants me to try and find a job in Sydney with a Work / Holiday Visa Subclass 462. It's just funny how things work out like this but anyways, I directly e-mailed a company and I will be potentially working for them (I hope). Unfortunately, I've been denied by every other employer that I have applied to so I am on here for some tips! And I'll do my best to imbue job knowledge into the rest of the forum from my experiences in the U.S

Thank you.


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Old 11-01-2016, 12:41 PM
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