The past six week we have covered the likes of 3rd world living and the conditions that they provide to their people. The conditions of living have been focused on the geographic location of these countries, the social issues that take place, military status, economical well being and the technology that is possesses. Before I make the decision to uproot and move, I need to make certain of some things. I will most definitely not move somewhere where I will not be able to, at least match or increase my income, so I need to take a look ant the economy of the relocation destination. I want to make certain that the culture and its surrounding are suitable for the upbringing of children. The schools, the climate, and a few other things that I will find out as I prepare myself to move to the "outback" of Australia.
. The first step I needed to take before I made it my decision to relocate was to see if the relocation country would allow me to become a citizen. I took a gander at www.immi.gov.au to check the criteria and there seems to be a match somewhere in my professional career that would be suitable for me to live there. Australia is a highly industrialized country; however, the GDP in Australia is dominated by the service industry. With several years of restaurant management experience a profession would not be an issue. An important factor contributing to Australia's ability to maintain low inflation with high growth has been the economy's productivity performance. The main economic goal, as of late, is for Australia to become a competitive producer and exporter of more than just the goods that their land possesses. With a wealth of traditional farm and mineral commodities, Australia has been a big player of exportation of these goods but wants to become diversified exporter of value-added manufactured products, services, and technologies. I considered any country that claims English as their official language....
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