Und dann spielt der Deutsche Serve-and-Volley mit dem zweiten Aufschlag. In Germany, if you think your Saturdays are for relaxing, think again. Wawrinka. In fact the fans didn't really stop all match, especially as Klose's replacement Cacau scored once again for Germany just minutes after the third goal to make it. Australia vs. Germany. Vor Beginn meines Auslandssemesters wurde ich mehrfach vor dem bekannten Kulturschock gewarnt. Aber sind.
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Germany VS Australia: Interview with an Australian living in Germany videos (You can practice German at the same time and get mentioned under my videos. The area outside the Olympic stadium turned into a massive party and celebration of German victory. Photo: Joshua Keane. In fact the fans didn't really stop all match, especially as Klose's replacement Cacau scored once again for Germany just minutes after the third goal to make it. Australia vs. Germany. Vor Beginn meines Auslandssemesters wurde ich mehrfach vor dem bekannten Kulturschock gewarnt. Aber sind. Und dann spielt der Deutsche Serve-and-Volley mit dem zweiten Aufschlag. In Germany, if you think your Saturdays are for relaxing, think again. Wawrinka.
The area outside the Olympic stadium turned into a massive party and celebration of German victory. Photo: Joshua Keane. Australia vs. Germany. Vor Beginn meines Auslandssemesters wurde ich mehrfach vor dem bekannten Kulturschock gewarnt. Aber sind. Und dann spielt der Deutsche Serve-and-Volley mit dem zweiten Aufschlag. In Germany, if you think your Saturdays are for relaxing, think again. Wawrinka.
Sydney is usually rated as one of the best places in the world for food and restaurants are relatively cheap compared to salaries.
The only real downside to living in Australia is that it's a bloody long way away if you love travelling on weekends to different countries you can forget that.
If you're an extrovert probably choose Australia if youre an introvert life could be a bit "in your face" there so choose Germany :.
Would you say that on average, such thing does not exist in Germany? Do German office workers have fixed time say 9am to 6pm, and everyone leaves at 6pm?
How stressful in comparison with jobs in Germany? I thought the working pace in Germany was more intensive, therefore it's more stressful than Australian working pace?
Grzanka could you compare the working hours in Germany with the ones in Australia? Would you say that working in Australia was more or less stressful?
I've just enjoyed root canal treatment that involved the work itself, two temporary fillings and the final non-amalgam filling of my right upper rearmost tooth, no easy job, with each session taking easily an hour.
In Germany the employee is better protected and usually enjoys 30 paid holidays vs. Posted 5 Apr I actually worked quite a bit more, in terms of hours, in Australia than I do currently in Germany.
Sometimes I would be asked to work on weekends or stay after a bit to help someone do x,y,z. On the other hand, Australia is very understanding of your private life IF you find the right company.
During my first days at an Australian company, I let my Team and Director know that I surf every evening. The response I received was, "If the swell is pumping, and you're all caught up - leave a note and have at it.
If you don't mind working extra hours, Australia is completely worth the move. If your private life is something you cherish, stay here.
The market is flooded with architects in Germany. My sister in law is a construction engineer and from what she told me salaries are much lower than those in other fields.
I'd be very surprised if you would be offered the equivalent of AUD Posted 6 Apr First of all I would like to thank all you: AncientBrit, LukeSkywalker, grzanka, jeba, onemark, for the replies.
It's interesting. That's what I have heard also. At least 30 minutes to an hour of overtime work in Australia, which will not be compensated.
I didn't understand you this part. You go to surf in the evening. What does that have to do with your job your working day is already completed by the start of the evening, right?
Have you been working in the evenings? I know jeba, it's all around Europe, not only Germany. My job is kinda specific, I will not be doing the regular architectural job.
Salary is not an issue for me. I would accept even lower salary they can't pay me less than what a minimum wage rate is if that would enable me not working extra hours.
I do not want to specific, as it may affect my privacy. It's a mixture of architecture, structural engineering and programming. No but my potential employers know that had skype interviews.
Of course over time I would have to learn it. And having to learn German instead of not having to learn new foreign language in Australia, is not an issue.
Although geared towards backpackers and whm visa holders, this site can be useful for oz. The healthcare in oz is generally good -certainly cant remember any waiting lists etc.
I thought the working culture was closer to uk than mainland europe. Like the UK, in oz there can be a bit of a futile 'competition' to see who works the longest past normal end of office day hours.
That rarely happens in germany, where the clock strikes and people get ready to go home. Oz is definitely much more sociable in and out of work than germany.
Germany, not so much. I would say there are more leisure and entertainment opportunities on the weekend in Oz. Oz is "open" on a weekend, especially sunday, Gemany not so much.
And of course the fair weather in Oz allows for more opportunities to do things that dont cost - beach, park etc Will the company be holding your hand through all of that?
Not sure off top of my head whether your line of work falls into the 'most wanted' categories. Without wishing to rain on the parade for choosing oz, i would recommend you consider a plan b for still staying in oz should your job in oz not work out.
As an EU country citizen it is easy to take for granted you can move to whichever EU country Germany or otherwise , switch employers etc whenever you want with relative ease.
It sounds like you want to settle down permanently in either Oz or De, right? Not sure really. That's something we will have discuss next week.
I was told that it may take a couple of months for me to be able to get the necessary working papers.
The company will sponsor the process. Posted 7 Apr Most likely, you will soon realize it thes MUCH more time and effort than you think.
I am worse than most, but in my case hr so far spent learning German most reading books and newspapers, and listening radio podcasts, but also time with a proper teacher have had very limited result.
Of course if you are young, well educated, already fluent in other languages, have no family, have a not-so-demanding job, it will be less hard If you have a good private health care plan in Australia, the quality of care would be at least as good and in many cases better than in Germany.
However, most private health plans still have you paying out of pocket for a portion of the treatment.
If you only have public health insurance in Australia, the care in Germany is substantially better. Once you earn over a certain amount you have to pay an extra tax Medicare Levy for not going onto the private system.
Therefore, most reasonably well earning people have private insurance, which is not all that much cheaper than German private insurance and with German private insurances you're not paying anything towards the public system, in Australia you have to do that as well.
Australia has a two tied system: there are different hospitals for private and public patients for example. Germany doesn't have this - both private and public systems are effectively the same, some specialists might only take private patients but it's rare.
I'm not sure how your pre-existing conditions would affect you getting private cover in Australia. I would strongly imagine that they would exclude these conditions from your cover and you'd have to use the public system for that treatment.
As others have said, it is more relaxed, however culturally the "work ethic" is closer to America than Europpe and although it's relaxed, you are expected to work hard and put in overtime if necessary.
In Germany, people would be more likely to say "I've done my hours, the work can wait". If you did that in Australia, they'd call you a "slacker".
Australia is more pro-business, Germany is more pro-worker. You're doing your sums wrong: 4 weeks is 20 days. So it's 29 vs Germany is definitely better for holidays and free time.
I disagree. Cities in Europe are made for living in - good public transport, compact city layout, good parks etc.
In Australia, most people live in the suburbs. As for taxes, they are less in Australia for a single person, but likely more for a married couple with children due to the tax breaks and assistance you get from the government in Germany.
You said that the two cities you were offered a job in Germany were Stuttgart and Berlin. Australia is more expensive in general than Germany, and Sydney is the most expensive city in the country.
I don't disagree with you, but most people would say that the weather in Australia is the number one reason to live there.
If you're not going to enjoy that, then Germany is going to win in most other categories for you. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
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