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Kathryn Wells

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Transcript of Australia

Australia expatriate project
By: Grace Chong, Megan Carter, and Kathryn wells
Welcome Expatriates!
TO: Professional Expatriate
FROM: ExpatCentral
SUBJECT: Australia
designed by Péter Puklus for Prezi
Welcome to Australia!
Cities of Australia
People and Languages of Australia
Primary: Australian English
Secondary: Australian Aboriginal languages, Chinese, Italian, Arabic, Greek, Vietnamese, Spanish
Food of Australia
Barramundi
Cultural Norms of Australia
Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane

Sydney. Australia's largest and busiest city, Sydney is the financial hub with many job opportunities, but also crowds and congestion.
Melbourne. Also a popular choice among expats, Melbourne is a city rich with creativity, culture, and history.
Brisbane. A relatively young city with modern architecture and urban design.
Transportation of Australia
Road - Drive on the
left
side of the road

Commuter Rails - Major Cities (Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane & Adelaide)

Airports - 10 international airports
(Top 3: Sydney, Melbourne, & Brisbane

Ship Ports - Scattered around the country
Questions?
Do you want to travel across the globe for a career building experience with other professional from across the globe?

As you listen to our presentation, keep track of your questions. We will have 5 minutes afterward to answer any lingering questions.

Ta
Bathers
Servo
Chewie
Billy
Arvo
Chockers
Grommet
Fair Dinkum
Mozzie
Ute
http://mentalfloss.com/article/61847/25-awesome-australian-slang-terms
Emu
Lamingtons
Vegemite on Toast
-Meeting: First name basis and handshake
-Business relationships: Very matter of fact
-Direct in communication
-Emotions and feelings: not important in business climate
-"Barbies"
-Similar Values to U.S.
(Speech, religion, equality, etc.)

Key norm: Positivity and respect
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