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If you are considering a move to the USA, you are probably wondering how to get a job in America. You will be glad to hear that, despite the recession, things are looking hopeful for the US job market, and the economy as a whole. The country’s GDP is expected to grow up to 1.7% by 2020. So, although there is an ongoing political shift with Donald Trump as president, which, some would argue, is not the best thing to have happened to America, the economy there has certainly changed for the better after the great recession. The decade-long expansion of the American economy is reported to have created $20 million, and the unemployment rate has seen a recent decrease from 4% in January of this year to 3.8% in March. This means that things are looking up for job seekers in the US, including expats. To help make your job search that little bit easier, Send My Bag is here to offer some guidance on how to get a job in America.
Finding a job in the UK may be too daunting for some, especially in the middle of the Brexit crisis. The Office of National Statistics 2019 Migration Quarterly Report has shown that immigration to the UK for work has fallen to its lowest level since 2014. Though not confirmed to be a result of Brexit, EU net migration has fallen to a level last seen in 2009. Still, there seems to be no sign of a final Brexit decision on the horizon, so, at the minute it’s hard to predict how exactly the UK job market will be affected. However, at present, it seems to be business as usual in the recruitment sector, and migration to the UK continues to add to the population. Brexit or No-Brexit, Send My Bag are here to guide you when it comes to finding a job in the UK, as there seems to be no apparent fall in job prospects. If anything, the UK needs more people and their skills to get through the economic turmoil of Brexit.
Thinking about moving to the Land Down Under and wondering how to find a job in Australia? Then you are not alone! Australia is known for having an enviable environment, with its long stretches of beaches and sunny cities. So it’s no wonder that around 2 million permanent migrants have moved here since 2000. A recent report identified that, in the financial year 2016-2017, most of the migrants came from Asia, India, China, and the UK. Australia is listed 13th in the world’s largest economies, with an unemployment rate of only 5%, so, as well as the sunny weather, there will be an abundance of job opportunities for you to snap up. Send My Bag is here to offer guidance on finding a job in Australia, to help make the process fast and easy so that you will soon be jetting off to enjoy the Aussie way of life.
Nowadays everything is Instagrammable, which is a blessing in disguise. Yes, a few seconds spent scrolling on Instagram can send you into minutes and hours of procrastination away from your university work, but you can also make your Instagram scrolling useful, by having a look at posts with tips, guides, hacks, and educational topics. We’ve put together our pick of the top 10 Instagram accounts that can be useful for students to follow for informative posts, with the exception of a couple of non-serious and funny ones that bring a bit of humour.
Airline baggage has hit the headlines again this week. But this time it's for a positive reason. It has been revealed that baggage claim number 6 at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport will form the unusual backdrop for one couple’s wedding ceremony.
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