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Now that you’ve learnt a little of the lifestyle Northland has to offer, let’s take a look at what it’s like to live and work here. Living in Northland Northland is a region based on community – it’s likely that you’ll soon be on first-name terms with the local shopkeeper, taxi driver and police officer alike. There’s always something going on no matter where you live, be it a local food festival or music event. Speaking of food, Northland is gaining a burgeoning reputation as a gastro hotspot, with a myriad of locally grown and produced delicacies to be had. It’s this lifestyle that attracts so many skilled migrants to Northland.
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Living and Working in Northland | Working In New ZealandThe winterless North’ – a place where the sun rarely hops out of vision. That’s what the Kiwis call Northland, and it’s easy to see why. Just one glance at the weather forecast on any given day will show you just how warm Northland can get, making the region one of the most popular places in New Zealand for skilled migrants, but the big orange ball in the sky isn’t the only thing that Northland has going for it. We’re not even talking about the sumptuous scenery, endless unspoiled beaches and rich culture on offer (though of course, you’ll get all that too! ) – the job opportunities on offer for skilled, experienced people are ample and varied, meaning that you should definitely consider Northland when planning your move to New Zealand.
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Some 10, 000 people from the UK and Ireland call Northland home, with Europeans and Asians making up the rest of what is already a hugely diverse population. In fact, some 125 people a month are reported to move to Northland each month – can so many folk be wrong? Here’s what you need to know about working in the region, from top-performing sectors, to opportunities for qualified migrants. Working in Northland Let’s get one little thing out the way first – the job market in Northland isn’t quite as large as it in some places, such as the Auckland region or those with big cities. Even so, there are still plenty of pickings for those who know what they’re looking for, so perseverance is the name of the game when job hunting in Northland.
Cape Reinga is the northernmost point of New Zealand. Perhaps the most incredible natural feature of this place is that it’s where the Tasman Sea meets the Pacific Ocean and you can actually see the fury and foaming of the waters as the two bodies of water clash Another thing to so at Cape Reinga is to seek out the ancient pohutukawa tree next to the lighthouse.
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What do you need to know about Northland? Steeped in Maori culture and tradition, Northland was first landed upon by the explorer Kupe some 800 years ago. Today, around 30 per cent of the Northland population identify as Maori, and Whangarei, the biggest city, has a sizeable Maori contingent. It was also in Northland that the Treaty of Waitangi (New Zealand’s founding document) was signed back in 1840.
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