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Old 10-02-2010, 03:26 PM
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I know for a DBA there are good options in Sydney n Melbourne, but its unlikely to be in their state sponsor list.

Any idea assuming 262111 is in the list for state sponsorship for WA ,SA and Queensland which city is good for IT jobs particularly DBA between Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane.

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Brisbane and Perth are probably expanding more rapidly than Adelaide but even Adelaid will I expect have opportunities, quite possibly because it does not expand so much and people may be heading to other cities from Adelaide.
You may want to also consider the lifestyle/climate of the cities too.





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Yes climate and the lifestyle is of importance to how easily I can adapt to the same.
I would prefer a less crowded city I feel then a jam packed concrete jungle.

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Brisbane and Perth are probably expanding more rapidly than Adelaide but even Adelaid will I expect have opportunities, quite possibly because it does not expand so much and people may be heading to other cities from Adelaide.
You may want to also consider the lifestyle/climate of the cities too.


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Yes climate and the lifestyle is of importance to how easily I can adapt to the same.
I would prefer a less crowded city I feel then a jam packed concrete jungle.

Thanks
Amit

Hi,

I got the State sponsership for VIC (vicotoria) and for 2 years i need to stay.
however if i got a job in Sydney can i go and work at sydney.

Thanks in advance
Vamshi.


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