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10 Reasons Why Australia Still is the “Lucky Country” to Live

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10 Reasons Why Australia Still is the “Lucky Country” to Live

Last updated: April 29th, 2015 by admin

10 Reasons Why Australia Still is the “Lucky Country” to Live

Last updated:April 29th, 2015 by admin

Moving to Australia is a dream many people have. But is it worth it? As a specialist NAATI translation business dealing mainly with migrants, we hear about what people like and dislike about Australia every day. Our clients are people from all walks of life who are on the move: immigrants, visa applicants, expatriates, international students, visitors, travellers and diplomats.

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For our clients from Europe, it’s often the wide open spaces, the well-paid vocational jobs and the laid back culture that is appealing. People from Africa and South America appreciate the security and safety that “the lucky country” offers. Our Asian clients particularly value the education and career possibilities.

In summary, Australia has features that appeal to most cultures, and it is no coincidence that it is and always has been a classic “immigration country” that depends on and cherishes multiculturalism and diversity. Check out our infographic for a handy summary of what Australia can offer. We hope it helps you – because it is our sole core purpose to facilitate our client’s lives by providing a reliable document translation service – on time, on scope, on budget.

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