15 Reasons You Should Move To New Zealand If Donald Trump Becomes President

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If you have ever thought about moving to New Zealand, the perfect time may be in November. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg talked about moving to New Zealand if Donald Trump gets elected as president. We all know this is a great idea a good idea.

If you aren’t familiar with New Zealand, then you are missing out on a natural haven of national parks, coastal towns, breath taking forests and pristine beaches that date back millions of years.

It doesn’t matter if you are looking to escape the prospect of Trump, Clinton or just to get away to a better life. We highly recommend a visit to this unique and diverse island nation.

We have put together this list of the top reasons why Americans will move to NZ, why would you move to New Zealand? Please tell us in the comments below.

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1 – One of the greatest sporting teams of all time

2 – Ranked the 4th Safest country in the world

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3 – The world’s easiest place to do business
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4 – NZ has one of the cheapest cities for living abroad

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5 – Don’t forget the mountains

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6 – This is a National Park

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7 – One of the best places to go camping

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8 – 90 Mile Beach. Well it’s actually 55, but its ‘like’ 90!

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9 – There is caves full of glow worms

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10 – Some of the worlds best coffee

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11 – Sandboarding can be your new workout of choice.

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12 – There is more than 8 sheep to every person in NZ

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13 – Lots of jobs, NZ has a skills shortage … if you want to make $60-$75/hr in Design, Management or Marketing, NZ is your place

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14 – It’s a Hobbits Paradise

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15 – The locals are friendly

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25 COMMENTS

  1. $60-$75 an hour for jobs? That’s sweet! omg what kind of bs is that????. $16-$17 an hour gross is correct figure . I’m a 5th generation New Zealander with a bachelor’s degree and I clean, and all the migrants who ate the bait are either licenced slaves on dairy farms (volunteers), toilet cleaners, servants or dishwashers or tradies on low wages. NZ is a third world country by many standards elsewhere .

    • Looks like you’re in the wrong industry mate. These prices are real. They are for skilled workers, the unskilled jobs will always pay less.

    • My point is, that people aspiring to live in greener pastures will get a sharp jolt of reality when they come to NZ . It’s fine for outdoors, and Sport. I am a qualified secondary teacher but unable to work thanks to the ministry of education and education council’s unfair changes. I am a New Zealander. I was born here. I am correct when I say that so many migrants who have come here are depressed and disillusioned when they cannot get the professional Jobs they believed were on offer. The minimum wage is $15.25 per hour here (gross). The skills shortage oft quoted is for painters, construction industry and hospitality. $60-$75 k is one select area of salary. Few are fortunate to get that kind of income in NZ no matter how qualified they are or experienced. New Zealanders are not given a fair deal.

    • We have a low wage compared to the cost of living. 30% of children live in poverty. No comparison to Australia when it comes to wages.

  2. NO! Just NO! NZ doesn’t like politcally correct/incorrect people or whatever. The leftist muricans will just robbed you of your freebies Welfare and more welfare.

  3. $60-$75 an hour for jobs? That’s sweet! omg what kind of bs is that????. $16-$17 an hour gross is correct figure . I’m a 5th generation New Zealander with a bachelor’s degree and I clean, and all the migrants who ate the bait are either licenced slaves on dairy farms (volunteers), toilet cleaners, servants or dishwashers or tradies on low wages. NZ is a third world country by many standards elsewhere .

    • We have a low wage compared to the cost of living. 30% of children live in poverty. No comparison to Australia when it comes to wages.

    • Looks like you’re in the wrong industry mate. These prices are real. They are for skilled workers, the unskilled jobs will always pay less.

    • My point is, that people aspiring to live in greener pastures will get a sharp jolt of reality when they come to NZ . It’s fine for outdoors, and Sport. I am a qualified secondary teacher but unable to work thanks to the ministry of education and education council’s unfair changes. I am a New Zealander. I was born here. I am correct when I say that so many migrants who have come here are depressed and disillusioned when they cannot get the professional Jobs they believed were on offer. The minimum wage is $15.25 per hour here (gross). The skills shortage oft quoted is for painters, construction industry and hospitality. $60-$75 k is one select area of salary. Few are fortunate to get that kind of income in NZ no matter how qualified they are or experienced. New Zealanders are not given a fair deal.

  4. $60-$75 an hour for jobs? That’s sweet! omg what kind of bs is that????. $16-$17 an hour gross is correct figure . I’m a 5th generation New Zealander with a bachelor’s degree and I clean, and all the migrants who ate the bait are either licenced slaves on dairy farms (volunteers), toilet cleaners, servants or dishwashers or tradies on low wages. NZ is a third world country by many standards elsewhere .

    • We have a low wage compared to the cost of living. 30% of children live in poverty. No comparison to Australia when it comes to wages.

    • Looks like you’re in the wrong industry mate. These prices are real. They are for skilled workers, the unskilled jobs will always pay less.

    • My point is, that people aspiring to live in greener pastures will get a sharp jolt of reality when they come to NZ . It’s fine for outdoors, and Sport. I am a qualified secondary teacher but unable to work thanks to the ministry of education and education council’s unfair changes. I am a New Zealander. I was born here. I am correct when I say that so many migrants who have come here are depressed and disillusioned when they cannot get the professional Jobs they believed were on offer. The minimum wage is $15.25 per hour here (gross). The skills shortage oft quoted is for painters, construction industry and hospitality. $60-$75 k is one select area of salary. Few are fortunate to get that kind of income in NZ no matter how qualified they are or experienced. New Zealanders are not given a fair deal.

  5. NO! Just NO! NZ doesn’t like politcally correct/incorrect people or whatever. The leftist muricans will just robbed you of your freebies Welfare and more welfare.

  6. NO! Just NO! NZ doesn’t like politcally correct/incorrect people or whatever. The leftist muricans will just robbed you of your freebies Welfare and more welfare.

  7. $60-$75 an hour for jobs? That’s sweet! omg what kind of bs is that????. $16-$17 an hour gross is correct figure . I’m a 5th generation New Zealander with a bachelor’s degree and I clean, and all the migrants who ate the bait are either licenced slaves on dairy farms (volunteers), toilet cleaners, servants or dishwashers or tradies on low wages. NZ is a third world country by many standards elsewhere .

    • We have a low wage compared to the cost of living. 30% of children live in poverty. No comparison to Australia when it comes to wages.

    • My point is, that people aspiring to live in greener pastures will get a sharp jolt of reality when they come to NZ . It’s fine for outdoors, and Sport. I am a qualified secondary teacher but unable to work thanks to the ministry of education and education council’s unfair changes. I am a New Zealander. I was born here. I am correct when I say that so many migrants who have come here are depressed and disillusioned when they cannot get the professional Jobs they believed were on offer. The minimum wage is $15.25 per hour here (gross). The skills shortage oft quoted is for painters, construction industry and hospitality. $60-$75 k is one select area of salary. Few are fortunate to get that kind of income in NZ no matter how qualified they are or experienced. New Zealanders are not given a fair deal.

    • Looks like you’re in the wrong industry mate. These prices are real. They are for skilled workers, the unskilled jobs will always pay less.

  8. NO! Just NO! NZ doesn’t like politcally correct/incorrect people or whatever. The leftist muricans will just robbed you of your freebies Welfare and more welfare.

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