Though it is repeatedly said that Australia is a country of migrants not every of them have the identical experience with a new study reportedly implying the people--who are armed with a job arranged prior to moving in--are comparatively more content.
In general, the individuals, shifting to Oz from overseas, were the happiest with their new life in case they have457 Visas. The specific visa class enables people from out-of-the-country to do a job in Down Under, for a maximum of four years, and have their job sorted prior to shifting to the country.
As per the Scanlon Foundation report--which is the biggest ever study of the people born in Oz and new aliens on their experience of the unique Australian life--involved over 10,000 individuals nearly 90% of the individuals moving in with a 457 Business Visas were pretty happy with their life in the nation.
Against this, several individuals arriving on an Independent Skill Visa fought to find job, and close-to 50% pointed-out that they were barely able to make ends meet or found it quite difficult to settle bills.
As per the author of the report, the dissimilarity in the levels of happiness between the 457 Visa holders and those with Independent Skill Visas is noteworthy. He reportedly elucidated that the percentage of the Independent Visa holders, specifying a measure of trouble, is over 200% of the 457 Visa holders. A likely elucidation is that the holders of the 457 Visa have work arranged before they shift to the Kangaroo Land.
The study discovered that among those least pleased were the holders of the New Zealand Special Category Visa, with nearly half of them pointing out that they have been subjected to discrimination or bias in Oz and this is the maximum stage among the visa categories duly studied.
Allegedly, despite the fact that the residents of New Zealander are not considered migrants and they are not received as permanent residents, large figures base their lives in Down Under. These visa circumstances also contribute to a not-too-high sense of belonging in Down Under.
It is also claimed that over a quarter pointed out they had no sense of belonging in Australia, vis-à-vis 5% of the individuals from Britain and 1% from India.
The report also discovered that the most nationals are in the support of the immigration scheme. Approximately 56% either support the present intake or believe that the same may be improved. Still, when probed what they least love about Down Under, 18% of the people born in the country pointed out there was a very high level of the overseas movement to the nation.