Life in Australia
Our proactive response to the global economic downturn has protected the Australian economy. Australia’s ability to adapt is our great strength, and it helps us meet current challenges.
We have a flexible and resilient economy, as well as markets, which help us respond effectively to all manner of disruptions. Our resilience is built on sound governance and strong institutions. We have a record of global success in major industries, thanks to our strong ties with the world’s major markets.
Perhaps our greatest asset is our creative, resourceful and enterprising people. As one of the most multicultural and multilingual countries in the world, we use our global ties to connect with the best the world has to offer.
Australia is the best country in the world to live, due to its excellent quality of life index, Australia is on top because it has great access to education, high life expectation, and socioeconomic well-being.
A multicultural soul
Australia is, by nature, deeply multicultural. The continent has, in fact, been populated thanks to immigration over the last two centuries. Foreigners to Australia come from all over the world: one in four people have no Australian origins.
This means that, as a foreigner in Australia, you will never feel alienated from its society because diversity is considered a strength. The advantage is obvious – if you are good and have the right attitude, have a positive personality, and speak English well (you don’t need to have perfect knowledge), you should be able to find excellent migration opportunities