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Old Feb 5th 2013, 9:20 am
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Hi just wondering if any bricklayers have recently emergrated to Australia I have just turned 40 and starting the aplication process with my family . Have you found it easy to get work . I have been told to head for perth or adelaide is that about right. Any suggestions would be great
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Old Feb 5th 2013, 11:49 am
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Hi just wondering if any bricklayers have recently emergrated to Australia I have just turned 40 and starting the aplication process with my family . Have you found it easy to get work . I have been told to head for perth or adelaide is that about right. Any suggestions would be great
Cheers jon
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Hi there and welcome to the forum.

I see that you have posted in the Australia forum which is all good.

Thanks for posting in the welcome inn first.

Enjoy B.E.
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Hi Jon. Welcome to the forum and thanks for introducing yourself in the Welcome Inn

If you are new to forums, then you are doing very well so far You've found the Australia section, and that's the best place for your questions. I'm sure loads of folks will be able to advise you in there. All the best.
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Old Feb 5th 2013, 8:26 pm
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Hi just wondering if any bricklayers have recently emergrated to Australia I have just turned 40 and starting the aplication process with my family . Have you found it easy to get work . I have been told to head for perth or adelaide is that about right. Any suggestions would be great
Cheers jon
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Hi, we lived in Perth and a few of our friends there were originally bricklayers with the main work load being new homes which are usually 99% single storey homes, so I would say the "booming" states would be W.A and S.A. Good luck
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