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Old 08-16-2019, 03:41 PM
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Hi My name is Sumi. I am currently working as a operating theatre charge nurse in Dubai. I am planning to move to Australia. I am currently in the process of taking my OET exam. The time period I was advised is that it would take atleast a year for the whole process.Any advice is much appreciated.

I am 38 and I have 2 kids 13 and 11. My current salary is AUD 6000. My husband is working as an event manager in a hotel AUD 2500.

1. Is it good idea for me pursue to immigrate to Australia.
2. Will I be financially better off in Australia?
3. Will children be able to accommodate to that culture and education system
Please advice
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Old 08-16-2019, 10:38 PM
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3. Will children be able to accommodate to that culture and education system
Please advice
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How children adapt to new cultures, new education systems and new friends is not easy to answer.

I was 11 when I moved from Northern England to South England, and faced a different English education system, a different dialect of English, and lost all my friends.
And that was nothing like a new country and different language.

I hated it. But some kids adapt very quickly, even with a new country and language.

Yours could go either way.


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Old 08-16-2019, 10:48 PM
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2. Will I be financially better off in Australia?
Cost of living in Australia is high, but wages can be high too, with the right skills.

Have you any idea what sort of wage your abilities will get you in Australia yet?

Not everyone is able to stay in the same position when moving, many have to begin at a lower level.

I knew a surgeon who moved here but had to work as a basic GP before retraining.

When I moved to Australia I went 6 months without finding work.

If you are financially comfortable where you are, then you should think very carefully about disrupting this.


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