Should i go from America to Australia to work as a Diesel Mechanic?
Im 23, working for a fortune 500 company as a Diesel Mechanic making $25.80 an hour with full benefits, no kids, no wife, and hardly any other attachements. Is it worth it to leave a really great job to work in Australia for $50-$60/hr.
Asked By: JD - 2/1/2013
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Its true there's a demand for experienced heavy equipment mechanics in AU. due to the mining boom, only a couple of problems though, first is getting a work visa, second is the conditions, these jobs are normally in mining camps which can be hundreds of miles from the closest town or city, third is the weather, you... More
Answered By: Nasty Troll of Infinite Wisdom - 2/1/2013
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YES!! you're young no attachments and a chance to explore a new continent, I say go for it. Be sure to give notice to your current job and enjoy.
Answered By: Jill Riddle - 2/1/2013
I suggest you do a bit of research on what it would take to get a work permit in Australia before you quit you "Really Great" job and move to a foreign country.
Answered By: JetDoc - 2/1/2013
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