Hear how recent migrants found their move to New Zealand and why they love their new home.
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There are many jobs for people with the right skills and experience.
Find out how recent migrants found their move to New Zealand and why they love their new home.
New Zealanders are typically welcoming to newcomers. Hear a few stories shared by recent migrants.
From preparing your CV to getting an interview, hear how these recent Migrants got their jobs in New Zealand.
If you have a family to consider, be assured, New Zealand is a great place to bring up children.
Auckland life has given Saeid Baroutian and Mojdeh Owlad a balance of family life and career opportunities.
Mobile application developer Hanson Huang has worked hard to give his family a cleaner, less busy life.
In Auckland Máire Lenihan has found a great job and lifestyle - but it's the Kiwi attitude that she really likes.
A desire to preserve the past drew American Rebecca Fogel to Auckland – and the chance to live an active urban life has kept her here.
A move to Nelson has opened up unexpected opportunities for Philippines-born Mylene Mera.
After honeymooning in New Zealand, Fendi and Rozanna Jalalludin knew they had to return.
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