Mzeiya, at the risk of sounding redundant, thank you very much for reminding me the type of articles I started up this blog to write in the first place.
And so I begin a series known as:
What is the Best City to Immigrate to?
The way I will answer that question is by going city by city and talking to immigrants in as many socioeconomic and age groups as possible and asking them their opinions on:
c) The culture of the land
e) Facilities that allow someone to maintain a healthy lifestyle (if there is something I may have missed that you think is important, leave a comment below and I will add it to the list of questions).
Today’s Interviewee: Me
Considering I am an immigrant and I am the most available guest I will start with me. Below are my stats:
Age group: Early 20s
Socioeconomic status: Minimum wage employment. Old enough to be a college graduate; college dropout
Any feedback on how to improve this series and make it more useful to you is much appreciated. Enjoy
Introduction and Employment/Unemployment [2:44m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download
Nursing and Healthcare Industry [2:05m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download
Racism [1:22m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download
Culture and Education [5:36m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download
Facilities that Encourage Health [4:59m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download
To further illustrate just how ridiculously low unemployment is in Victoria (the federal state that Melbourne is in), check out the article below:
Some articles on the nursing shortage in Australia:
If anyone has any more articles to submit to prove my point, please feel free to submit them. I thank you for bearing with me as I stumble through this whole podcasting thing, I think at some point I have to attend classes to learn how to slow down.