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Hi my wife and I are moving to nz in November 2017. We have already bought a house in Rotorua. My wife is a qualified supervising social worker of 17 years and I am just an old trucke. We have family in nz but would be very great full for any advise regarding looking for work. We want to slow down a bit and really don't mind what we do. Are there agency's and can they be trusted? We will need to billy vehicles and poison Lu a small boat for fishing etc. Any advise as I am getting a bit scared now.

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Hi my wife and I are moving to nz in November 2017. We have already bought a house in Rotorua. My wife is a qualified supervising social worker of 17 years and I am just an old trucke. We have family in nz but would be very great full for any advise regarding looking for work. We want to slow down a bit and really don't mind what we do. Are there agency's and can they be trusted? We will need to billy vehicles and poison Lu a small boat for fishing etc. Any advise as I am getting a bit scared now.

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Mike & Ali tsangari
You can always start small and look for a job in trademe.co.nz , or go for the big shots and apply at seek.co.nz or Linkedin if you felt like it

I got many friends who settled there over the years and all of them told me one fact, finding a job there takes longer than what they expected/used to just beacuse people in NZ are usually more relaxed :D

Best of luck!
 

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After moving to new place it will take time to start the work again but If you research well you will get good opportunities. All the best.
 
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