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Old 09-12-2010, 07:18 PM
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Moving to Aussy

Im looking for some advice. Looking to move to Aussie wit my partner. I am a registered nurse. My partner has no trade so will be comming out on my visa. He is a very good handy man though. Were not sure where about to move to? We dont really mind all types of weather. Anyway must be better that the UK's!!
Can anyone give me some advice where the best part is to move to?? Is it easy for a builder/ hanyman easy to get a job out in Aussy??
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Old 09-13-2010, 12:30 AM
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A lot of UK people like Perth/WA for it is a drier climate, dry relative to even the east coast of Oz [ Oz it is, not Aussy btw ] let a lone the UK but it is relatively isolated compared to the rest of Oz and most people from the east coast of Oz will have likely travelled overseas before they ever see WA.
WA may offer some good work opportunities for your partner however as a fair bit of mining industry work is always attracting workers with bigger salaries and that can then mean jobs available locally away from the mining centres.
The east coast has many more people, about 90% of the population but not so much in way of work and so it may be more difficult for him to get some.
Another approach you may want to consider if younger and more adventurous is to see if there are nursing vacancies in the remoter towns that service mining or other industries anywhere and see if a job can be lined up for your partner as part of the deal.
Plenty of employment agencies/locum services that may be able to help in that regard.

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Thanks for your advice.

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