What is/are the college/jobs like in Australia, specifically science jobs?
I am 18 going to college currently in California, USA and would like to move to australia either when I am finished with college here in the USA or to finish my college career in the country I plan on living out my life in (Australia). I was wondering whether I should go and finish my college years there or whether I should finish schooling here and then move there and attempt to get a job. That leads me to my second question: What are some well-pying science jobs. I am interested in Forensics, Crime Scene Clean Up, Psychology, and others similar to these. Are these jobs just about the same as in the US, what are the differences if any. Also, the average salary and qualifications necessary for these jobs would be helpful as well.
Asked By: Austin - 3/3/2013
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Forensics - jobs are extremely rare to get and a foreign degree will not be considered for this. You will need to be locally trained at the TAFE not university level (it is grunt work, you are not expected to think just do... More
Answered By: Katty - 3/3/2013
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Check for needed occupations on the Australian Embassy website... More
Answered By: Anne M - 3/3/2013
Higher education is different here... More
Answered By: Bella B - 3/4/2013
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