My point exactly! I'm glad you're happy where you are! Thanks for the response!ECLM is right, many young graduates with no work experience in their field or through knowing the right people will never ever find a suitable job here. I know many elderly people whose well qualified children couldn't find a good job and were forced to move to Victoria, NSW, Switzerland, UK etc.
That's why many graduates move interstate or like the TO back to England. There's nothing wrong with it. Studying long and hard and not finding a decent job had made many young South Australians contribute to the 'brain drain'.
It was and it is very hard not only to find a job in SA/Adelaide, it's even harder to remain in the job. When I think of my job as a casual/casual work force, increasing part time jobs due to cutting working hours to the bones in many industries even in the high demand aged care sector (others already mentioned the closure of Holden).
In contrast to ECLM I love Adelaide and Australia and hate the European weather. But that's the only disagreement I have.
People who cannot cope with different opinions and negative experiences shouldn't read 'returning back to the UK' threads.