I'm a Law student in the UK. I know that everyone wants to secure a job after graduation, but I'm pretty much the opposite.
My dream is to be a backpacker and to see the world. Working as an ESL teacher really appeals to me. I know that if I managed to secure a job after graduation, I will be too scared to give it up/the sacrifice of giving up a law job is too big. Nobody will give up a law job and doing so will only make me look like an idiot.
I'm from Canada. I wanted to move to Australia because at the time I was bored with my life and wanted to start my adult life with adventure and recapture the youth I missed, but I think it would have been short sighted to do that and leave everything behind. I did move across the country though and am living a happier life then I thought I could have.
>I did move across the country though and am living a happier life then I thought I could have
How did you manage to find a job in another province? Did you find a job before moving? What is your job? Why are you happier?
I had about 20k saved up before I moved so I wasn't that worried about finding a job right away.I found a job after 2 months. I'm going to school for nursing and I'm working security at the hospital here. I moved to one of the warmest cities in canada it's surrounded by beautiful mountains, rivers, and forests, it has great snowboarding in the winter and mountain biking in the summer. I've also made a great group of friends and live on my own with a dog and a cat. Everything is perfect right now.
I've pretty much been saving my whole life plus I've very lucky to have my grandparents who put a lot into my education funds.
Definitely not Vancouver no way I could afford to stay there on my own.