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Old Dec 29th 2013, 4:54 pm
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wot do people think about moving aboard
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wot do people think about moving aboard
Aboard what?
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thinkin about moving aboard just want to know people idea on where the best place to go to live
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thinkin about moving aboard just want to know people idea on where the best place to go to live
really depends on whether you are retired, need to work, languages spoken, qualifications, age. People on here have moved from the UK to most parts of the world, just depends what you want out of the move. We can't advise you with what little info you have given.
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Ok I'm 30 n I went to New Zealand to visit friends and I had fun
And enjoyed how lay back it all was. But all my family live over here so I being going over there knowing no body. Will b working has well.
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Ok I'm 30 n I went to New Zealand to visit friends and I had fun
And enjoyed how lay back it all was. But all my family live over here so I being going over there knowing no body. Will b working has well.
Do you have any skills that would help you make a move? If you're from the UK, have you considered Europe?
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I'm carer n atm I'm training in management. Thinkin some where closer may b batter has b on my own. Plus not to fat to traval.
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you really are asking how long is a piece of string?

firstly do you have enough money to emigrate? its not cheap even if it is just a hop over the sea to another European country. what skills can you offer another country?
do you have family friends in another country that would be able to help with the move and settling in or are you a fairly open person and can make do with your own company or able to go out and find new friends, experiences?
what does you family think of you wanting to move, will they support or try to discourage you?
why are you feeling the urge now? would a cheaper move within the UK provide the same thing you may be looking for?
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