Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.

Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
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Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
18 Feb 2012, 22:46.
The Czech Republic or Canada?
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
21 Feb 2012, 17:10.
The Czech Republic or Canada?
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
22 Feb 2012, 04:55.
We need miners, coal miners, crane operators, bulldozers. My company in Australia is constantly looking for mining engineers, also Structural Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Process Engineer.
Also need engineers – metallurgists, ferrous, non-ferrous metals.
The people who have normal English and the corresponding diploma – experience in the above-listed specialties – to immigrate to Australia with his family – how to pin two fingers. I can contribute. In a personal.
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
06 Apr 2012, 15:23.
And in which of the above areas will recommend going, based on personal experience? on their demand, payability (it’s the engineer, not the hard worker)?
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
10 Apr 2012, 13:58.
And in which of the above areas will recommend going, based on personal experience? on their demand, payability (it’s the engineer, not the hard worker)?
How does your specialty sound in English, or the English equivalent? Write in a personal, please.
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
27 Jul 2012, 20:33.
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30 Jul 2012, 08:54.
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
Mar 15, 2013, 1:56 pm.
Sorry to raise the old topic, but for some reason I do not send a message subedey in PM.
subedey, you said that your company is looking for mining engineers?
Please advise me, in three months I graduate from the St. Petersburg State Mining University, specializing in Explosives.
I have a good command of English, I can talk, and understand, if they do not speak quickly. But if you pull up, it will be quite good.
Tell me, is there a chance at the end of the university to go to Australia to work as a blaster?
By and large, I do not want to immigrate, and I do not need citizenship. I just want to work there and earn money.
Is there any option?
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
Mar 15, 2013, 15:51.
For the explosives do not help, contact directly Rio Tinto, Anglo, Xtrata, BHP. We still do not dig / blow up ourselves, although we cooperate with these guys, make them design. Take into account, it’s time for a hackneyed time to find work in connection with the general fall in prices for fossils. Assess your chances for 489 visas, whether you pass by points.
If with inglyshom not entirely free – I advise you to come, wean. For one thing, immediately tell the CV, like an interview.
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
08 Apr 2013, 05:12.
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
08 Apr 2013, 06:55.
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
May 21, 2013, 10:46 PM.
Quebec is good if you want to study for a long time at the expense of the state languages there diploma, etc., after immigration, though the whole life the truth of the scholarship is small, but for a family of 4 people 3000 there will be a total of scholarships and payments for children under 18 years. but the village, we must love the rural life in order to live there. I’m here without a coffee shop at my side I can not and without the other delights of a megapose. but socialism medicine is Nasharu, benefits social protection. Scheme – filing for immigration under a provincial or federal program, vtyuhivat money through studies does not make sense, a year for the registration of docks from home, then on arrival and benefits and graduations are all yours, there is no fear with a bare booty to stay. Upon arrival in 3 years, the filing for citizenship.
America – well, if you love to plow and everything that interests you in life is work and a standard rest in the Caribbean Jamaica or Mexico. standard template for the line, the search for everything is cheaper, the state masters in finding it, discussing finding it on facebook. Well, in principle, again you can live with a certain mindset, the scheme is simple – you come on a working visa through a bodyshop and plesh on projects that he found himself, after half a year the bodyshopper gives you a green card a year later and continues to plow. work for different business analysts (that is, from the accountant to the programmer’s code) dofiga. After another 5 years, citizenship.
Luxembourg – if you are English-speaking and have a decent education then all the chances of finding a job, rural life is quiet, insanely beautiful but I was bored. working visas are made without problems (but only if you are a good specialist with a master’s degree and work experience in finance, trading, etc.) in 3 years you can apply for citizenship, almost socialism.
France – to live here it is necessary to love this country and speak French, I like it, if you do not like it, then do not ride, do not get used to it. The easiest option is through study, apply for a master, 2 years or a year study then get a job in your specialty, a year later, applying for citizenship. full socialism, the mentality of contemplation of no pursuit of sacks of money and measures by pipelines that is machines and apartments.
Info is collected from personal experience and the passage of immigration paths in each of the countries described above 😉
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
May 22, 2013, 07:23.
And here they write about 7 years:
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
24 May 2013, 08:51.
In America, a lot of good, but some minuses cross out the pluses (personally for me). This is expensive medicine, regular tornadoes and other elements, free possession of weapons.
I am personally attracted by Germany. But of the main disadvantages of Germany is that it is impossible or very, very difficult for the elderly parents to transport: sad: What other disadvantages are there in Germany? : shock:
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
24 May 2013, 12:24.
In America, a lot of good, but some minuses cross out the pluses (personally for me). This is expensive medicine, regular tornadoes and other elements, free possession of weapons.
I am personally attracted by Germany. But of the main disadvantages of Germany is that it is impossible or very, very difficult for the elderly parents to transport: sad: What other disadvantages are there in Germany? : shock:
yeah, insurance is expensive and shit, doctors are shitty complete, unless you are certainly a millionaire and do not pay a couple of hundred thousand from your pocket in an uninsured clinic, doctors do not shit at you even though the main thing is to take off your dough insurance, it’s terrible especially when the child is having something. from me America is enough, I hate it and the mentality of their fucked. About the weather I’m silent this year, zoom 6 months was.
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
24 May 2013, 15:04.
I am personally attracted by Germany.
What other disadvantages are there in Germany?
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
24 May 2013, 15:20.
That is, do you live or live there? I have a lot of friends living in the US, and somehow I got the impression that even with insurance, the medicine is expensive there. Because the insurance does not cover the entire amount. Especially complain about teeth.
And it so happened that most often tornadoes are in the most attractive places from other points of view – the East and West coasts, Texas. And in a remote area there is no desire to go: shock:
For Moscow, I will say so – here you can earn such money in two cases:
1) If you have no stamps on you, and you are therefore & quot; successful & quot; politician or businessman.
2) If you received 15 formations with a red diploma, went to a good (western, for example) company and work 15 hours a day 6 days a week. Yes, the salary will be good, western, only all youth so to ruin: shock: In the West to hired workers all the same it is easier, it is the fact.
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24 May 2013, 15:34.
Re: Where to go: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe.
24 May 2013, 15:59.
And if there is no insurance? Some patients do not sell insurance. Quite a lot wrote about this in the subject about the US Re: Life in the US: the pros and cons.


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