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Immigration to any country has mutual benefits for the country and the immigrant. From the mutually helpful system, the economy of the country is benefited with the increased productivity driven by skilled international workers and immigrants are benefited by having a chance for a high standard of lifestyle and better-earning potential from their home countries, so is the case with Immigration to Australia.

 

Several important benefits with Permanent Residency Visa for Australia are

 

Being a developed country and advancing every day in terms of Science, technology, and Infrastructure Australia is the Best immigration overseas option for skilled and hard-working people seeking immigration to other countries. There are several career options available for taking your future forward to a better lifestyle when compared to the home country.

 

  • Australia is a highly advanced and diverse country which helps immigrants from any country and background to adjust well in no time.
     
  • The Australian economy is highly stable being low on the level of unemployment, which offers high chances of securing a job in a short span of time.
     
  • There is a huge gap in the age distribution of Australian people which is a leading factor to higher demand for skilled immigrant workers from other countries like India. Which why it is the best time to initiate your process to Permanent Residency Visa for Australia.
     
  • Australia encourages immigration from other countries and provides various options for skilled workers and to migrate under several immigration options for Australia. If you are a skilled worker it is a high probability that you can find some option for yourself.
     
  • The child development and education system are one of the best in the world, The schools start the development of the children right from elementary level to tertiary level, which means that no matter what is the age of your kids when you immigrate, you can stay assured for the best quality education for them.
     
  • Australia is not only diverse in cultures because of people from several countries enrich the cultural diversity in Australia but the flora and fauna is also diverse there, Australia is home to some of the rare species of plants and animals in the world and it is also blessed by nature with a lush green cover as well as many breathtakingly beautiful beaches.
     
  • Immigrants also get to access Medicare and healthcare schemes running by the Australian Government for the betterment of their citizens and they also can also avail Pharmaceutical benefits scheme when they opt to migrate to Australia.
     

 

 

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Only benefits the employer's.

 

Most Aussie's will have lower wages, less housing, less job security, (oops thats gone with the thousands of immigrants here already !)

 

More Traffic, Crowded schools,

 

AND

 

A sinking living standard.

 

Soon be a third world country !.

 

spacesailor

 

 

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Dunno about the lush green cover and most Capital cities already have an acute water supply problem and can't water lawns freely. Australia is one of the driest continents in the world. Water will limit our standard of living and appropriate population level. Our rate of species extinction has set a world record due mainly to habitat destruction. Nearly everybody lives on the coast and inner regions are sparsely settled and trending more so. Nev

 

 

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The population growth has made Sydney a far less nice place in the last few years. I only go there occasionally and I noticed recently that it takes far longer to get from A to B now than it did 5 years ago. I would never go back to the same caravan park that I used to use. It is now impossible to get out of the park and head for Sydney. There is never a break in the traffic and you have to go the wrong way until you find a roundabout. A trip that used to take 20 minutes, now takes an hour.

 

As far as species extinction, we are just catching up with the rest of the world, who wiped their native fauna and flora out 100 years or more ago.

 

Nev is correct about water being the limiting factor, but it is a pity that the experts and politicians cannot see it.

 

 

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You would hope that proponents of immigration would at least address the three issues of climate change, resource depletion and overpopulation.

 

Just think about how wealthy Australians would be if we had kept our population below ten million people.

 

 

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Only benefits the employer's.Most Aussie's will have lower wages, less housing, less job security, (oops thats gone with the thousands of immigrants here already !)

 

More Traffic, Crowded schools,

 

AND

 

A sinking living standard.

 

Soon be a third world country !.

 

spacesailor

The thing is that although I agree with you regarding over population, the capatilist system can only continue with growth. Often anyone who critiques capatilism is labelled as an evil socialist. Capalism ONLY works with growth, this is a fact.

 

Under our current system our older citizens rely on the younger working folks who pay tax. If we curtail immigration and given our low reproduction rate our age profile will change, we will be an older society, who will pay tax to keep you spacesailer and in a few years me.

 

It is about the ratio of younger working people compared to older people who need a pension and health care.

 

Under our system we thrive with more tax payers not less.

 

 

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TOO many " TAX INCENTIVES " For the well heeled !.

 

Look at what this governments doing !.

 

TAX reductions " for people that don't pay tax ! ).

 

$17 million pay packets to have TAX REDUCTIONS.

 

AND the old age pension gets $826.20 for a single person per fortnight.

 

thats right, try living on $413.00 a week..AND no TAX deduction or reduction, as below the threshold.

 

BELOW POVERTY LEVEL.

 

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The bit about needing younger people to pay tax to support older people is intuitive, but quite wrong.

 

What if the younger people were newstart beneficiaries all their lives? There are plenty of them.

 

Also, there would be a correlation between economic success for a country and the ratio of old and young people. There is indeed such a correlation, and it favors slow population growth countries.

 

 

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Space, I reckon the age pension is ok unless you are paying rent.

 

I can't see how you could pay rent, even outside a city, and survive on the old-age pension or the lesser newstart. Yes I know there is " rent relief " but this is not much I think.

 

How about people were allowed to earn extra without it lowering their pensions ? Of course the employer would need protecting from the legal system.

 

 

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Who paid for most of the infrastructure out there? We had some extremely high rates of tax at one stage.. Fact is you can't LIVE on the age pension and they are stealing that with the out of step deeming rates. What are you supposed to do, Just die? Nev

 

 

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Who paid for most of the infrastructure out there? We had some extremely high rates of tax at one stage.. Fact is you can't LIVE on the age pension and they are stealing that with the out of step deeming rates. What are you supposed to do, Just die? Nev

Yep.

 

I didn't hear much of an outcry about the LNP's larcenous deeming rate during the election campaign. The ALP went in to bat for retirees on that one, but they were mercilessly harried over their Franking Credits policy by the same demographic.

 

 

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...How about people were allowed to earn extra without it lowering their pensions ? ...

Nobody should totally retire- we need to be active and useful. Senior Australians are an enormous pool of abandoned resources. Just when we finally get good at something and acquire some wisdom...they put us out to pasture so some youngsters can come in and stuff things up.

 

 

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Well you have to learn by your mistakes they say, but mistakes can be costly. There are not enough hours in the day for me. Visitors can lose a lot of time. Oldies do a bit of counselling when the situation permits it. and babysitting for the grandkids. For many employers these days, you are too old at 50 when most still have a lot of debts to pay off. and are "clued". 50 today is not the 50 that it was 70 years ago where physical strength was still required and some bodies were worn out. Shearers Bricklayers etc. Nev

 

 

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Ageism is truly alive in this country, as we age our bodies may give up but we are not brain dead, just got back from overseas and in Ireland especially I did see a lot of elderly in occupations such as hospitality,delivery drivers ,bar staff and I asked the question and they like older people because they are very reliable and give more so they seem to embrace ageism,

 

 

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I don't wish to get into the young but in the medical "Industry" notably, the newer ones do seem to lack any sort of person handling skills frequently. ( I'm not saying ALWAYS) especially with the older and infirm. (Not me yet, but I'm worried). You need to keep physically and mentally active /challenged. Nev

 

 

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I don't wish to get into the young but in the medical "Industry" notably, the newer ones do seem to lack any sort of person handling skills frequently. ( I'm not saying ALWAYS) especially with the older and infirm. (Not me yet, but I'm worried). You need to keep physically and mentally active /challenged. Nev

This is not my experience. The last few years has been a series of dashes interstate fir my 91 year father's various medical emergencies, in fact I am visiting at the moment. I am impressed with the proffessionism and kindness of the people looking after him. Yesterday a young 20 something physio got him to walk around the ward which is a bit tough for him but crucial if he is to get back home. After completing his walk there were applause from the staff. Luckily my father is extremely affable which makes him popjlar with the staff. He has been in hosputal 5 times this year and each time I have been impressed with his care.

 

 

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You and He are somewhat lucky then.. I have brought the matter up with senior staff who agree it's NOT taught /emphasized enough during their training. You should note I qualified it twice in the quoted post.. It's not just MY experience either. I'm aware of people who've left certain local Hospitals and had to go to others far away as they were considered "time wasters" when they actually had quite acute issues when further investigated/. GENERALY I'm personally very happy with most staff who have to put up with much more agro from patients than they reasonably should be expected to tolerate. I'm generally considered an IDEAL patient by the way, in case you may fear otherwise. .Nev

 

 

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Us oldies may be a drain on the system now, but we did our bit by working and paying tax for half a century and supporting our children.

 

My kids left home and became self sufficient at about 18 years of age and I have been retired just about that long.

 

Our child rearing was done totally on the money we earned, no subsidised child care in those days.

 

One thing to consider is our superannuation scheme. The government has decreed that a certain percentage of our income must go into super. That is good, but it is even better for the people running the super schemes. It is a gold plated guarantee to riches for the fat cats and it all comes from our earnings.

 

 

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...The government has decreed that a certain percentage of our income must go into super. That is good, but it is even better for the people running the super schemes. It is a gold plated guarantee to riches for the fat cats and it all comes from our earnings.

Might be time to change to a better fund. After the recent Royal Commission, the dregs should have been cleaned out.

 

 

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