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Why Australia


Why Australia?

Australia officially known as “The Commonwealth of Australia” is a developed country recognized as one of the wealthiest country in the world with the world’s 12th largest economy. A multicultural country comprises a population of more than 21 million including Indigenous people and migrants from about 200 countries. The Australian society being stable, culturally diverse attracts and offer opportunities to those who desire to settle here. Australia is a beautiful and varied place of contrasts, and an important destination for business development and growth in the 21st century.

Australian Way of Life
Australia often called “The land down under” is splendidly beautiful place to visit and to live in. The fundamental values that reflects the Australian society and its people include:
Freedom of speech 
Freedom of religion
Warm friendly people 
Equality and social justice regardless of sex, marital status, religion, nationality, disability or sexual preference
An equal opportunity for all 
Competitive Australian Immigration Requirements
Benefits of Australia’s Immigration system comprises:
Australia offers unrestricted work rights to the spouses of skilled sponsored workers with temporary and permanent entry visas. 
There is no limit on number of visas able to be approved for gazetted professionals and other skilled immigrants using the temporary entry program. 
Australia has more flexible and simplified temporary entry arrangements than other countries. 
A temporary principal visa holder, visited just the once in Australia, is usually able to apply for permanent visas.
 A highly developed country and of course one of the richest, Australia is the world's 12th largest economy and also has the fifth highest income per capita in the world. With the second-highest human development index globally, Australia classified highly in many international assessments of national performance, such as quality of life, health, economic freedom, education and the defense of civil authorities and rights politicians.
Language is a key marker of belonging to an ethnic group. Language enables communication of the values and beliefs of a particular culture and permits involvement in family and community life. English is the national language and is spoken at home by 80% of the population as a first or second language, however, people also speak other languages than English. Virtually all of those who do not speak at home are bilingual, so that communication with others is never a problem.
A strong commitment to Science and Technology 
At any stage development is always associated with technology and technology transpires when there is growth in science. Hence science, technology and development are proportional to each other. 
Australia is always committed in establishing a culture of innovation and also encourages creativity in all aspects of society. The nine Noble prizes out of 10 awarded to Australians since 1915 were in the field of science. 
Innovations in science and technology are powerful drivers of economic development. Australia is well positioned and also have plenty of resources to make a difference in the global race for innovation. The country has a dynamic and competitive economic environment with high productivity and progress, offering an ideal climate for innovation to flourish.
Housing in Australia
Housing in Australia is affordable and of high standard compared to other countries. Majority of the migrants in Australia prefer to rent a house because it offers many advantages and also it is an easy process compared to buying a house. 
Renting a house provides chance to the migrants to get to know about the environment. It will also give idea about certain factors that needs to be kept in mind while buying or renting anywhere like access to public transport, employment projections, distance from shops, markets and work, reputation of living area etc. 
Australian weather and seasons
Australia experiences various weather conditions round the year and due to the size of the continent climate often varies here. The temperature can range from below freezing in the snowy mountains in southern Australia to extreme heat in the Kimberley region in the northwest of the continent.
Australia is categorized as one of the driest continents on earth with less than 600 millimeters an average annual rainfall. The seasonal pattern of Australia is as under:
Summer: December to February
Autumn: March to May
Winter: June to August
Spring: September to November
Skilled workers are welcome to Australia
In spite of the country's healthy economy, a deficiency of skilled workers remains an issue that Australia is addressing. Jobs abound for traders and qualified investors and the opportunity to be part of Australia and enjoy its unsurpassed lifestyle is open to any person who possesses the necessary skills or business knowledge.
Australia also attracts people to do business investment. The people here are receptive to new ideas. Business Visas are better choice for migrants. 
Better Employment opportunities
Australia welcomes new immigrants with valuable skills, experiences and qualifications, however job search will be a challenge as the Australian job market falls amongst the strongest in the world. It is important to be realistic and understand that you may not be able to find the "dream job" immediately.
Australia has a labour force of 9.8 million (December 2004) and among this 3 quarters of workers are employed full time and the unemployment rate is 5.1% (May 2005) and it’s the world’s lowest ratio of unemployment. 
Unemployment is high among non-English speaking immigrant adults, mostly those of the Indian subcontinent, the Middle East and North Africa.
Social Life in Australia
Australian society is seen as a more tolerant society that has accommodated people with diverse cultural backgrounds. In this society, each individual is given the space to preserve and share their cultural beliefs and practices. All of this has developed a unique pattern of socialization where the rights of others are as your own respect.
Australians are famous as friendly, welcoming and happy go lucky people. New immigrants are free to live and to engage anywhere in the wider community as much or as little they want. Aussies are highly social and open-minded. Social participation for immigrants is high, and encouraged newcomers to the country to stand up and be an Australian, enjoy everything that comes with that privilege.

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