Young people who are struggling to find work after university might want to consider heading abroad to boost their CV.
According to recent comments from Tom Griffiths, founder of gapyear.com, there are "plenty of jobs in Australia".
"If you are unable to find work in the UK, Australia has jobs, particularly on the West Coast and with the exchange rate these jobs are reasonable well paid," Mr Griffiths added.
"At the moment there are a lot of people earning over £10 an hour on the basic work."
However, health treatment is often different overseas and it might be worth taking this into account when you line up things to consider when relocating abroad.
You might find that international health insurance helps put your mind at ease about this if you decide to live and work overseas.
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