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Country Profile: New Zealand

Regularly voted one of the top 10 places to live in the world, New Zealand is a popular destination with immigrants. Approximately 85% of the population are immigrants or the descendants of immigrants to New Zealand in centuries past, and the country welcomes new arrivals.

Immigration to New Zealand is currently at a record high. The country operates a skilled migration program, where people with particular skills or qualifications get immigration points, making their visa application quicker and easier. As an expert visa consultancy, MoreVisas can guide you through this process.
New Zealand Profile

What jobs are wanted in New Zealand?

Skilled immigrants are wanted with a wide array of skills. These range from construction workers to teachers, engineers to chefs. All kinds of medical skills and a broad number of IT skills are in high demand. It's important to make sure that your skills and qualifications will be recognised by the New Zealand visa authorities. MoreVisas can advise on how best to do this, helping you find the right visa opportunity for your particular skill set.

City or country?

The total population of New Zealand is around 4.5 million people, less than that of Chennai. The largest city is Auckland, with a population of around 1.4 million people. The urban centre with its skyscrapers rapidly gives way to suburbs and low-density housing. The next largest cities, Wellington and Christchurch, have under 400,000 inhabitants. Most people, outside Auckland, live in small towns or cities of less than 100,000 people. Outside these towns, the countryside is either farmed or wild, with the spectacular beauty of the Southern Alps being much appreciated.

Weather and climate

New Zealand is a long, narrow country. The two main islands are, together, 1,600km long and just 400km wide. This means that the northern part of the country is closer to Pacific islands like Fiji than to the southern tip of the country. As a result, the climate varies but is broadly temperate with warm summers and cool winters. Summers are hotter in the north, and Auckland is warm and sunny with daily temperatures typically between 10-25C year round. The South Island is home to the Southern Alps and gets regular snow. Winter lows are typically around 0C.

Cost of living

New Zealand has a very high standard of living, high salaries and low unemployment, so while the cost of living is relatively high, it's balanced out by these benefits. Living and working in New Zealand is a popular dream, and one that could be closer to reality than you might think. As English is the most commonly spoken language, and many of the skills Indians have are in short supply, Indian workers are welcomed as skilled immigrants to New Zealand. The country already has a thriving community of over 100,000 Indians, mostly in Auckland. Many families have lived in the country since the 1950s and still retain strong cultural ties to India.

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