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#1 Alexander

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Posted 22 November 2010 - 06:56 PM

Hello, folks!

My name is Alex and I am 20 years old. Recently a thought came to me like a flash and I started digging about it. I started thinking about moving to Melbourne, Austarlia. A few days after this thought faded away, but now it grew back. So, I am thinking if it gets more power and makes me move to Australia what opportunities will I have.
I looked over the internet for almost everything - from groceries price to house price and etc.
I want people who live there to give their opinion for a newbie like me with such an idia.

So.. there are some questions that appeared in mi mind:
Is it auspicious if someone like me goes by himself alone with no family to help with money (but with some friends there - who may help to find job or place to live) to start a new life?
Can I find a job, considering that I have no high school degree - for example like some unprofessional job(storage, market salesmant or you name it)? I have studied in my highschool computer technologies and programming, but I am not so good at it(although I can to this or that). And also if I decide to finish a course of something in my country and work it in Melbourne? If such an unprofessional job is acquired - will I be able to pay my rent somewhere and to have money for food and living? Is that possible in Melbourne?
This I can think for now. Please give Your openion.

Thanks!
Alex
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#2 glen

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Posted 30 June 2011 - 11:13 PM

hi alex, did you you want to move permanetly or just working holiday?

you might like to start here for visa:

http://www.immi.gov.au/

and here for a job:

http://www.seek.com.au or www.mycareer.com.au
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