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Friday, March 13, 2009

Which Country Would You Want To Be Relocated To If Given A Lucrative Job?



If you are given the privilege to relocate yourself and your whole family because of a lucrative job, which country would you want to be relocated to? Are you willing to be permanently resettled to that country? Please explain your answer.

Tags: Relocation, Family, Lucrative Job, USA, Canada, Australia, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Spain, Sweden, Russia, China, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, Hongkong, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, South Africa

Posted by: Mel Avila Alarilla
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11 comments:

Bluebirdy said...
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Bluebirdy said...

I deleted a post that I forgot to proofread before posting, sorry. Mel that's such a good question! I lived in the USA for 20 years, it is not the land of opportunity if you have health problems, so if I had to leave Canada, I would probably try Aruba or Netherlands. They both have socialized health, and are much higher health care quality than USA or Canada, so maybe I could healthier and enjoy life more and could do more for others. Aruba never gets hotter than 80 degrees fahrenheit (25 celsius)and I would LOVE to live near blue waters, white sands, palm trees, but not extreme heat. Netherlands, because that is my heritage, so I'd like to learn more about my heritage. Also, their summers fill almost every square foot of ground area with flowers. I am tired of cold and snow though, so if I could afford it, I'd spend part of the year in the flower filled fields of Netherlands, and the other half in Aruba. Aruba is like Hawaii used to be before parts of it became an overpopulated, polluted tourist trap. You know, the grass is NOT always greener on the other side of the hill. I sure thought it would be when I was a teenager moving to the USA, but there are pros and cons to living anywhere.
You can learn to be happy almost anywhere that you have freedom, peace, security and enough money to meet your modest needs, and a little more to give to those who need help.
Blessings,
Sheila

Amrita said...

Canada - because I have family there

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Shiela,
Yes you should be in a country whose climate is milder and more attuned to your needs. Netherlands is indeed a beautiful country teeming with flowers especially red tulips. I don't know much about Aruba. If Netherlands has a better health care program than the US or Canada, then it is indeed the right country for you. But I agree with you that all country have their share of beauty and attraction. We just have to learn to appreciate them and be content with what we have. Thanks for your visit and informative comments. God bless you always.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Oh yes. I always imagine Canada to be a very beautiful country with lots of greens and plenty of food but part of it has a very extreme weather condition. I hope you can go there. Thanks for your visit and inspired comments. God bless you always.

Mikes said...

I just came from hongkong and it is a very nice place. i want to relocate there!

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Mikes,
Yes Hongkong is a happy and convenient place to relocate. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless.

Pia said...

US or canada is my preference but wherever God puts me with my husband (together)is fine with me because i know for sure He will provide.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi sis Pia,
Yes, USA or Canada will be fine as long as you are reunited with your husband. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you always.

Manang Kim said...

I am already here in US, but if given a lucrative job and had to relocate I would say I like Canada.

mikkie said...

I would like to relocate to Ghana. I visited there about 10 years ago and have several friends from there. The people there, although poor by USA standards, are overwhelmingly joyful and kind.

To have a lucrative job in Ghana, you would likely work for a big multi-national company like Nestle or Shell. If they can find a job for me there, I'd gladly go!

I have seriously considered retiring to Ghana, and could probably lead a comfortable life there just on Social Security benefits, whereas I'd just be scraping by on the same income in the US.