Working and Living in Australia (2nd ed.)
(Cadogan Guides, USA)
published 2009 • 5 ˝” x 8 ˝” • 282 pages • full-color photos • maps
ISBN 9781860114069 • paperback • $19.95 •
If your heart is set on moving to Australia, this essential book not only tells you where to start but guides you through every step. Engaging, readable and peppered with expert advice, it helps you fit in fast, with invaluable background on lifestyle, politics and culture. All you need to know about living in Australia and finding work is outlined in reassuring detail, from getting visas and permits to employment, law and tax, renting or buying a home, finding schools and opening a bank account. Now thoroughly revised and updated, this is the only guide you need to help you ask the right questions and make the right decisions.
• Provides an unrivalled wealth of expert legal and financial advice, and guidance on tackling red tape
• Examines the best places to live and work, from city life in Sydney, Perth, Melbourne or Adelaide to Queensland’s Gold Coast and the island of Tasmania
• Discusses the benefits and pitfalls of employment, going freelance or starting your own business
• Passes on the personal experiences of people who have already overcome the challenges of emigrating.
Jane Egginton is an award-winning travel writer and photographer who has lived and worked in Australia and travelled extensively around the world writing for a wide range of publishers including Thomas Cook, Berlitz and the AA.
Cadogan Guides (USA)
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