Many people who are thinking of moving out of India asks this question: Why should I move to Australia? How Australia is better than India? Below Infographic will give you the facts and reasons why Australia is much better than India and why you should move to Australia ASAP!
A few weeks ago, on a chilly July morning, my phone woke up from it’s deep slumber and chimed for my attention. It was a WhatsApp notification from one of my friends, Sid, who was about to catch a flight that weekend to make his first trip to Australia. The conversation went something like this.
Sid: Hey Harsh, how are you dear?
This friend of mine has a nasty habit of calling everyone “dear”, it sounds ridiculous but I ignored it anyway.
Me: Hey Sid, I am good, man. How about you?
Sid: What to tell you man, I am overwhelmed with the travel preparations. I am flying in two days and yet I have to finish a lot of things. God knows how I am going to finish everything!
Me: Take it easy, bud. It happens to everybody. Don’t sweat.
It’s a Friday and weekend is just few hours away, so let’s have some fun. I have created a fun quiz about Australia.
It doesn’t matter if you have encyclopaedic knowledge about Australia or just know that it’s somewhere near the South pole. The goal is just to have some fun and in the process, gain some insights about the Australia.
So are you ready to test your knowledge about Australia? Ready, steady, go…
Well, you don’t need fortune teller with a magic crystal ball to tell you when is the good time to move to Australia. Any time is good time when you are thoroughly committed to succeed. However, there are few things which deserves a little thought to make transition smoother. Let’s take a look at few of them and see why they are important.
Almost 99% of the people who move to Australia plan their move for either of the time period – January – March or July – September. Why do they do it? It’s common belief that these two time periods are the best to search for jobs.
In case of January to March, Christmas holidays are just over and most people are back to work by the end of January. Also, many companies who work according to calendar year might be more willing to fill in the open positions at the start of a new year.
Though moving to any country is not a rocket science, it is definitely as nerve breaking as a rocket launch. Much of that stress is a fear of unknown, but more often than not, you are just scared that your preparations aren’t good enough, that you missed something important. That’s where this post will help you – to give you a checklist of things to do because I believe that if your preparations are solid enough, you can sail through anything.
Moving to Australia is a mammoth step. It takes a lot of time to plan and prepare for the move. Below is the checklist of things that you should do before moving to Australia. Some of these steps may not apply to you, but most of them do. This is not an exclusive list, but I have kept it as accommodating as possible. To make it easy for you,