Australian repatriation during COVID is a complex decision. Australians therefore need to weigh the decision to travel home to Australia, or remain in the United States.
Do I Stay or Do I Go? may be the lyrics from a popular song, but COVID-19 has accelerated many Australians’ plans for repatriation. Flights to Australia are hard to get and expensive. The cost of Australian quarantine is certainly top of mind for many families, but travel and finances are not the only considerations.
Many are wondering “Who, and How Many” Australians in New York are repatriating to Australia due to COVID-19.
So are we, which is why we have conducted the largest survey of Global Australians who are repatriating to Australia from New York. All surveys are completely private, and none of the data reveals the personal information of any individual member.
This is a follow up to a smaller survey we completed in 2018, and part of a larger survey we completed over August and September 2020 to understand the needs of our members, peri and post COVID-19.
In total, 392 Australians were surveyed, and the data is below.
488 Rules for Life: The Thankless Art of Being Correct released in the U.S. on October 27, 2020
Kitty Flanagan has a new book.Despite what Jordan Peterson says, there are more than 12 rules for life . . . a lot more. Thankfully, you now have this witty guide to remedy every annoying little thing society throws at you.
It was a sold out, star-studded, Black Tie event at Pier A that recognized the contributions of Australian performing artists Amanda Bishop, Marika Aubrey, Ben McHugh, Kaye Tuckerman, Nick Hardcastle and Jeremy Youett. Our Honorees were Stella Pulo and Sullivan Stapleton.
It was also great to see fellow Blindspotactor Luke Mitchell and his wife Rebecca Breeds stop by with Sully. World renowned Australian Classical Guitarist Rupert Boyd added a special touch to the evening with a live performance.
The guest list read like a who’s who of Australian performing artists!
Who would have thought that seven years ago, what started out as a handful of Australian expats banding together to network and share knowledge, would grow into what is now the largest Australian non-profit organization by United States membership.
Further, after launching our Enterprise Social Network in January 2016, the Australian Community’s Yammer network has now grown to house the largest private Australian knowledgebase in the US.
Sixty percent of our 3,800 members, and two thirds of our Board of Directors are Australian women.
If you are not familiar with Shark Tank, the TV show features Entrepreneurs pitching highly successful business owners on why they should invest in their company.
Theoretically speaking, if you could successfully pitch the Sharks on the value proposition of our organization to Australian Ex-pats, then attracting new members to join The Australian Community should be a no-brainer.