Australian Citizenship is very hot after Donald Trump win
From the 8th of November to the 9th of November, searches by those in the U.S. for “how to move to Australia” rose 1,900%.
As Canada’s immigration website is down, U.S. citizens looking for a way out are checking out Australia’s. On the 9th of November, as Trump announced his shocking win to become 45th President of the United States of America, Americans took to their computers to find out how to immigrate to Australia.
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Unsurprisingly, the most searches came out of Colorado and Oregon where Clinton was victorious. The top 10 number of searches for “how to move to Australia” came from these states:
In Marketing We Trust have offices in Manly, one of Sydney’s iconic surf beaches and are urging fleeing U.S. citizens to apply for a position at the online marketing optimisation agency for travel brands. But if working from Australia doesn’t take your fancy, they also employ people from all over the world. In Marketing We Trust is an equal opportunity workplace and career progression is decided by your ability to deliver, not by your ability to play politics.
“We are one world and one people” – Bernie Sanders
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