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Thank you for sharing this. I am looking to migrate to Australia and had approached an immigration visa consultancy in Bangalore, Ventura World and they said that it is easy now to get a visa to Australia. Thanks again, hope my dream comes true soon.
I met a few Europeans there working as nannies during a brief visit. They graduated from their universities, then applied for a work travel visa that was good for a year. People from certain countries under 30 can apply. I think the US is also on the list. They found jobs through gumtree, something like a Craigslist site there.
The city I visited was genuinely beautiful. Prices on food seemed kind of high, but part of that may have been exchange rate. Even so, Aus $25 for a gourmet burger and $28 for steaks seemed expensive to me. But then they don't leave tips, so maybe it's okay.
There got to be catch. I wouldn't mind living in Australia . My wife visited there once and likes over there too. I have some IT skills but work mostly in real estate but can brush up and learn IT again.
A nice idea but of course that country is full of Australians.