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thinking of leaving US after getting 4 year degree?

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thinking of leaving US after getting 4 year degree?

Postby hamdizzel444 » July 3rd, 2012, 6:27 pm

im thinking of leaving after I get my bachelors degree what is some good
english speaking countries with a stable job market I would also like to live comfortably
with a good job

what about New Zealand? Im strongly considering this country

belize too
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Postby aozora13 » July 3rd, 2012, 7:15 pm

New Zealand has opportunities. You can try to do a working holiday and possibly get employed at the job or search locally in the country to try to work in the country. I am not sure how New Zealand is compared to other English speaking countries. Australia is okay if you want to have a decent Aussie girlfriend since you are non-white. However, usually English countries have the worst girls.

I think you might want to try to learn a foreign language or possibly get a good job in Washington State, and make trips to different parts of the world to be with a decent girl.

Your best bet is to try to also get some experience in your field and try to immigrate to a New Zealand or use the Working Holiday program that is popular among 18-30 year olds.
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Postby Renata » July 14th, 2012, 11:00 pm

That's a good idea, there's nothing like the expat lifestyle. What you experience at home is nothing compared to what u get on the outside. Working home is like 2star & working abroad is like 5star lol
Belize is very nice, it's bilingual English & Spanish, tropical, warm climate & culture & beautiful people.
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