International students are taking all the part-time work off Australians but still aren’t happy. Instead of menial work, Indians are hoping to land their dream job when they come here, but for Indians, Australia is only partly the lucky country.
Complaining to SBS, international students from India and elsewhere took aim at Australia for not providing them with highly-paid jobs in their chosen field. Probably, it needs taking up with the UN human rights commissioner.
Talking to the anti-Australian network, one Indian grizzled, “Flipping burgers was not my idea of a life in a lucky country. I respect what I’m doing, it pays the bills, but this is not what I aspire to do or came here for.”
This heartbreaking story was just one of many in which international students arrived in Australia expecting the lucky country to make all their dreams come true, but only some of those dreams were realised.
The arrival of the international students taking shifts in places like McDonald’s etc has an impact on Aussie youth in that they tend to push out Australian workers. But if this is one sacrifice Australian kids can make for Indians then so those Aussies hogging better jobs should do the right thing and step down. Yet again, it is White privilege preventing foreigners from advancing in Australian society.
Until Australians understand that the reason Indian students come here is so that they can have all the things they cannot have back at home it will remain an uncharitable land. Perhaps, indeed, the problem is that there isn’t enough Indians in top tier positions. If, for instance, more Indian managers occupied roles that Indians were eyeing off then instead of an Australian being employed, a fellow Indian might get the job. The more Indians that take Australian jobs will mean the more jobs for Indian students and that can only be a good thing. For Indians!