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Please suggest which country is good for a java developer - Australia or USA

gunj Vir
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Joined: Sep 11, 2013
Posts: 2
Hi

I am a java developer with 5+ years experience. I have the opportunity to apply for either an Australian PR/H1 B USA. Currently I a working in India and I am not sure what will be a good move? Apply for a H1 B in 2014 or get a Australian PR.
I understand as a PR i get benefits but from what i have heard, initial few months will be very difficult to survive/find job in Australia. My husband will also be going with me and he is in Data warehouse development projects. Australia does not seem to have these jobs in abundance. Would you recommend Australia/US for us?

Any suggestions will be a great help. Thank you in advance!
Henry Wong
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Yeah. This topic is definitely in the wrong forum -- as it has nothing to do with sockets or internet protocols. I will move this topic to the Job Discussions forum.

Henry


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gunj Vir
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Joined: Sep 11, 2013
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Sorry for the wrong post and thanks for moving It to the correct forum. Appreciate it.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Joined: May 26, 2003
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I don't know anything about an Australlian PR, but I thought spouses can't work with a H1-B?


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