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Australia remains the ‘lucky country’

14 April 2020 by News Desk

Australia remains the ‘lucky country’ despite suffering the many effects of the Coronavirus emergency.

That’s the view of Darrell Todd, founder of thinkingAustralia.com, who says it is still possible to ‘live the dream’ down under if you are truly serious about living and working in Australia.

Says Darrell: “We are the only country to have NOT fallen victim to a Recession for 29 years.

“The outbreak of Coronavirus will certainly put our economy to the test but Australia is spending billions of dollars on keeping our work force from falling victim to the worst of recession downturn.

“Our recent Bushfires were global headlines but we bounced back, demonstrating that we are the Lucky Country – and will remain so.

Australia remains the ‘lucky country’

“Australia has trillions of dollars in export orders and will use its’ power of supply to clear the cost of the Virus Pandemic to again rise from the Dark Side of C-19.

“Australia is, and will remain a global magnet for those who seek a better life and lifestyle. It offers opportunity to those who are willing to work for it. There is no free ride down under, only achievers.

“With our small population of 25 million and a land mass the size of USA Australia is the Lucky Country”.

Are you thinking about living and working in Australia? Contact us today – send us your CV, fill out our ‘helpline’ form and we will provide an express eligibility assessment free of charge.

https://www.thinkingaustralia.com/migration/eligibility-enquiry/

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