I want to go and work in America. How do I go about getting out there?
So I notice that loads of my friends on social media sites are going abroad (Australia, New Zealand, etc) but i've always wanted to go to America. My brother has been before, but the people who he went through have stopped the programme, so I cant go through them. Do I need to have an actual job lined up before getting out there? I really don't mind the job, I just really want to live out there for a while, and experience it all before it's too late! I was wondering if there was anybody else that may have been recently and could offer me some advice on how I can go about planning for this?
Asked By: Matty - 1/14/2013
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Answered By: Frank - 1/14/2013
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Choose another country. All the jobs here are taken and all that is left is serving fries at a fast-food restaurant for minimum wage and no benefits. I wish I could leave here and go work in another country.
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