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Do you specialize in any type of profession in office work? Prime Recruitment in Subiaco are good as are Kelly Services. Kelly are spread throughout Australia so it might be good to get in there so you could use them no matter what city you head off to?


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Hi I would start in WA the boom State. This is the best place to start from.


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Agreed! With unemployment at 4% there are plenty of positions to go around!


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Moving to Australia

Just start from anywhere its just expensive country. I have been looking to find suitable but prices are so high that its not easy.


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No I don't specialise in any kind of office work, I work as an Admin Assistant at present and have recently graduated with a degree in Business Management.


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Hi SarahJumbaroo,

am interested in Perth but for a whole family of 5 with kids as young as 3. Will it be hard for us?


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Great Ocean Road is a must see.


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It also is determined by how long you strategy to remain in one position, is it 6 several weeks wanting to preserve up to journey or work monthly and shift on to the next position. This is what you need to choose first, it will make everything simpler to strategy.


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Can anyone tell me how much will it cost for 2 person to stay at Australia for 1 week? Of course for the cheapest hotel.


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