We have been quite busy for last few months as we needed all the focus to focus on you! That’s right, YOU!
We are soon going to open our office in India to cater to the needs of our valued clients who are mostly located in India. We want to provide the best service you always expect from us.
So, look out for this space as we will be letting you know the city where we are planning to open our first office in India. We are very happy to announce that two very experienced professionals have become part of our journey. They have tons of experience in various fields in India and all of us will benefit immensely with their association.
More exciting news regarding our tie-ups will be announced in near future.
As always, feel free to comment below or email me directly if you have any questions.
This question gets asked quite often by the migrants – which is the best city to settle down in Australia? Now that I am on my business trip to India I get asked more of the same question. So, to make things easier for you I am writing this a small post today.
My first recommendation is to look for the job even before you arrive in Australia. You should start browsing websites like seek.com.au or indeed.com.au to have a feel of what kinds of jobs are available and in which cities.
The second recommendation is to make a great LinkedIn profile and start networking with people in your field. Just don’t start asking for favours straightaway. Invest some time there. Your honesty and sincerity will yield results, just be patient and positive.
The third recommendation is to come and explore Australia for two weeks at least. Go out and meet with recruiters, show them that you are confident and will be a good fit for any company they recommend you to. Making good first impression matters a lot. Also, go make cold calls by visiting some companies you are interested in working with. But do your home work first.
Now, if you have done some research as per above, hopefully you will not ask the question you asked in the first place. But just to answer the question above simply, the jobs are more in bigger cities. Therefore, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane are the top three cities for new migrants to start exploring the jobs when they first arrive in Australia.
Please feel free to ask any questions or comments below.
Australia is amazingly beautiful and it’s sheer size (7,692,024 square kilometres!) makes you wonder where to go first! Australia remained ‘hidden’ from Europeans till they finally arrived in 1606. The first European explorers here were the Dutch and they called this land as Terra Australis Incognita (unknown southern land). Between 1606 to 1770 more than 50 European ships arrived here.
In 1770, Englishman Lieutenant James Cook charted the Australian east coast in his ship HM Barque Endeavour. Cook claimed the east coast under instruction from King George III of England on 22 August 1770 at Possession Island, naming eastern Australia ‘New South Wales’. The coast of Australia, featuring Tasmania as a separate island, was mapped in detail by the English mariners and navigators Bass and Flinders, and the French mariner, Baudin. But permanent European settlement begin only in 1788 with the establishment of British penal colony in New South Wales.
For more than 50,000 years before European settlement, Aboriginal people lived on Australian continent. They occupied country across its landscape, including mountains, and even the driest desserts. In present times, even though Australians live across this vast continent but most Australians live in coastal areas only. All the major cities are located near the sea except for Brisbane which is situated on Brisbane river but even Brisbane is not very far from the sea!
The five biggest cities of Australia are – Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide located in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia and Southern Australia respectively. There is one more state which is Tasmania. There are also two territories namely Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory (Canberra). The country measures approximately 4,000 kms from east to west and 3,200 kms from north to south and that does not include Tasmania and Coocs Island, Norfolk Island and Christmas Island (last three being dependencies).
The purpose of providing you all the details here is to appreciate the fact that Australia is really big and exploring it means you must travel widely, always ready to taste something new and be tempted to find out what’s next on your ever growing must-see places in Australia!
In this series, we will continue our journey across Australia and we will take you to New South Wales.
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See you in New South Wales…
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