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Australia sounds interesting

Old Dec 21st 2001, 6:28 pm
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Up until now I've never considered Australia as a new home.
I wonder if any of you fellas could advise.
Do you think I would stand a chance of success?

Here's a brief profile

Age 33
Education PhD elect eng
Experience 3 years (post PhD) 4 years (post Bachelors)
Never been to Australia and have no relatives there.

It'd be interesting to know whether I may qualify. I'll give it some serious consideration.

Has anyone researched the Australian job market? What are the job prospects for analog VLSI (silicon chip) designers?
Would I need any special registration, as I would in Canada?

I'm going off the idea of Canadian PR as they now appear to require Canadian work experience.
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Old Dec 21st 2001, 10:47 pm
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Hi

I would strongly advise you to visit Oz before making any decicions.Yes it is a
wonderful place but nothing beats first hand experince! I know it's difficult for
some with the expense factor but it is such a huge,life changing decicion. We visited
3 times before we settled here.

Best of luck

Russell

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