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Posted on Jan 6, 2017 in Australia, Canada, Europe, Ireland, United Kingdom, Work & Holiday |

Top 10 Cities in the World to Find a Job Opportunity.

When considering to move abroad it is important to pay attention to several factors. One of the most important is to find the city where you can find easily a job. Each person has different perspectives and factors to evaluate and prioritize in order to find the right city for his future career. Often people choose the biggest city around. This decision is based on the common understanding that the bigger city offers more opportunities. Something that should be with very high priority when picking the city is what are your qualifications and experience as starting point. Considering that you should look for the proper place and what are the opportunities there and can you fit in this picture. There are many sources of information about the best places for your future job, like job websites and different local newspapers. In this article we will provide you with information based on a research combining 67 factors. Among those factors are – education, technology available to people for better work and life. Infrastructure and transportation which are essential for the daily commute time and ease of life. Health, safe and security are of highly importance as well as demographics and livability. Last but not least is the economic climate. Ease of doing business and cost of living, services and labor are essential here to determine the entrepreneurial potential of the place. In this research the competition is between 30 cities and the ranking is based on their results in the different categories. In this research the top position is for London. Other cities in top 10 are – New York 2nd, Singapore 3rd, Toronto 4th, Sydney 9th. London – The reasons for taking the top position are the fact that the British capitol is home many of the global corporations. Great place for the new technologies used in many sectors like IT, engineering, life sciences etc. Financial hub of Europe, many banks and financial institutions have head offices here. In many occupations like financing, medicine, IT, marketing, sales etc. people employees get one of the best paychecks globally. New York –...

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Posted on Aug 18, 2016 in Australia, Australian Immigration, Canadian Immigration, Europe, Ireland, Living Abroad, Migration News, New Zealand immigration, United Kingdom, Work & Holiday |

Top Countries With The Best Reputation. Sweden, Canada, Switzerland Make The Top 3. Australia, New Zealand and Ireland In Top 10.

Having good reputation has become more important than ever in any aspect. This rule applies for companies and big corporations and it becomes big factor for countries as well. In this report are taken into consideration many factors which are building the entire image of a country from – advanced economy and appealing environment to effective government. Those 3 categories include many sectors of business, social, political and economic life of the countries which are important for every person, company or tourist. The leaders in this ranking are 1. Sweden, 2. Canada, 3. Switzerland, 4. Australia, 5. Norway, 6. Finland, 7. New Zealand, 8. Denmark, 9. Ireland, 10. Netherlands. It is clearly visible that 7 countries of top 10 are from Europe. What do they share in common is the highest index of happiness, peaceful and social progressive, great education and healthcare. The top 10 members are pretty stable during the years except Ireland the new member. The main drivers of good reputation are grouped in 3 categories mentioned above. The first category – advanced economy includes aspects like contribution to global culture, high quality products or services, well educated workforce, famous brands, education, technologically advanced. Second category is appealing environment and it includes factors like – beautiful country, appealing lifestyle, enjoyable country, friendly and welcoming. Third and most important group is effective government which includes – safe place, ethical country, responsible participant in global community, effective government, progressive social and economic policies, operates efficiently, favorable environment for business.   For more information about this report click here.     If you are interested in getting tourist visa or business visa for those countries, please visit visafirst.com. Visa FirstMore...

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Posted on Oct 24, 2014 in Australia, Migration News, Work & Holiday |

Israel is the Latest Country to Sign a Work and Holiday Agreement with Australia

This agreement will give the opportunity to 500 young Israelis and Australians age between 18 and 30 to enter each others country on a work and holiday visa. The successful candidates should meet the age requirements and have no children travelling with them. They can travel and work temporary for a year, provided that the job lasts no longer than six months with any employer. Young people from both countries will also be able to undertake short term study on this visa. The Australian Work and holiday scheme is built on the principle that global experience builds global citizens, so it’s a great way to encourage the culture-exchange between both countries. Both Australia and Israel will work together over the coming months to bring this visa into effect. Visa First is a leading international immigration consulting company. We can help you to apply for your visa fast and hassle-free today.    If you found this information useful, please share 🙂   Visa FirstMore...

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Posted on Oct 1, 2014 in Australia, Backpacking, Europe, Migration News, Work & Holiday |

Portugal and Australia signed an agreement for Work and Holiday Program

The reciprocal youth mobility scheme between both countries was arranged on 25 September 2014.    Once the program is launched, it will allow 200 young people from Australia and around 200 from Portugal to travel in each other’s country with the opportunity to work or study for a short period. Work and holiday visa is different from the Working Holiday visa because applicants should be supported by their government, must speak at least functional English and hold or be studying tertiary qualifications. Eligible young people will be able to apply for this visa once the commencement date is announced.  Visa First is a leading international immigration consulting company. We can help you to apply for your visa fast and hassle-free today.  If you enjoyed this post, please share 🙂 Visa FirstMore...

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Posted on Sep 4, 2014 in Australia, Living Abroad, Migration News, Study Abroad, Work & Holiday, Work in Australia, Working Abroad |

From Madrid to Sydney

A reciprocal work and holiday visa agreement was signed yesterday between Australia and Spain. It will allow 500 young people from both countries to head overseas on a holiday and be allowed to work or study. It will also give them a great opportunity to discover a new culture and exchange experience. It’s slightly different from the Working holiday visa as you need to have at least functional level of English or Spanish, be supported by your Government or be a tertiary-level student. It’s expected that this agreement will foster people-to-people links and will boost the constructive relationships between the two countries. Both Australia and Spain declared they will work hard in the coming months to bring this visa into effect.  Visa First is a leading international immigration consulting company. We can help you to apply for your visa fast and hassle-free today.  If you enjoyed this post, please share 🙂 Visa FirstMore...

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Posted on Aug 5, 2014 in Australia, Work & Holiday |

Reciprocal Work and Holiday Visa Arrangement between Poland and Australia

Poland is the latest country to join the reciprocal work and holiday visa program with Australia. Thus, Polish and Australian young people aged 18-30, can now travel to each other’s country under this program. The places available are 200 for each country per year. Poland joins a number of countries included currently in the work and holiday visa such as Argentina, Bangladesh, Chile, Greece, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Thailand, Turkey, The USA and Uruguay. For more information about the work and holiday program check www.visafirst.com Visa First is a leading international immigration consulting company. We can help you to apply for your  visa fast and hassle-free today. Visa FirstMore...

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Posted on Oct 3, 2012 in Work & Holiday, Working Holiday Visa |

Working holiday visa opportunities for Irish citizens

What is traveling? For some people traveling is to visit new places and meet new people. For others traveling is just moving from point A to point B. According to the dictionary traveling is “to go, move, or journey from one place to another”. For us traveling is all these things plus having fun while doing it. Working holidays offers you all that and even much more. What traveling means to you? But what exactly are working holidays? It is simple, working holidays are agreements between two countries that allow young people to travel to another country for up to 12 months and to find temporary work there to fund their stay. Here we will compare for you some of the most popular working holiday destinations that Irish people choose, like Australia, Argentina, Hong Kong, Canada, New Zealand, Japan, Korea and USA. Age limits or how old should I be to apply for Working Holiday Visa? To apply for working holiday visa for most of the countries (Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand and South Korea) you must be of age 18 to 30. For Argentina and Canada the age limit is 18 to 35. To apply for visa for Japan Working Holiday you must be age 18 to 25 or up to 30 upon agreement with the authorities. The USA Working Holiday program is the only one with age limit 18+. Working Holiday Visa duration or how long can I stay? Almost all of the working holiday visa programs allow you to stay in the country for up to 12 months, starting from the date of entry. Some of the visas are valid for 12 months from the date of issue (Canada, South Korea), or you have 12 months to enter the country before they expire (Australian and New Zealand Working Holiday). Only the visas issued from Argentina are valid for six months from the date of entry and you must enter the country within 3 months of the issue date. Some of the countries (like Argentina, Australia and Canada) allow you to extend your working holiday visa or...

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