I am willing to move to Australia as skilled immigrant , I am concerned about following?

1) can I have job opportunities as Java developer 2) can my religion or race can affect my employment opportunities 3) are people friendly there ?

Asked By: ahmed_s_syed - 7/10/2008
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Australia is a multicultural country so we have people from many races and cultures everyone is welcome. For details on skilled immigration go to
Answered By: Angie - 7/10/2008
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1) Not exactly sure - but you can have a look at sites like or to see what is available... More
Answered By: Xanthe - 7/10/2008
Take no notice of any media hype in general we are a very friendly and laid back people. Unfortunately you will always find the bad apples that spoil a nation's image no matter which nation it is. Our laws are equal for everyone and it is illegal to discriminate against a person's age, race and religion. I don't know... More
Answered By: ced17ric8 - 7/10/2008
Sorry, I can't help you with Q.1. Q.2 - Your religion and your race will have no bearing on whether or not you are employed. That will depend entirely on your skills. Q.3 - Yes, I believe in general, we are a very friendly nation of people. Good luck with what ever you choose to do.
Answered By: Elizabeth - 7/10/2008
dont you not think it would be better to say, you would very much like to live and work in Australia rather than you are willing to move there , any one would think they are begging for you to go there, may be you can understand why they like people with a proper understanding of the english lanuage
Answered By: raapau - 7/11/2008
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