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    (Original post by DW4)
    Would they pay me if I already have a passport? I was born there so my Hebrew's not bad. I'm actually going to be there on my gap year (in sem)! Haha I don't think the IDF is for me plus they don't pay well. Thanks for your reply!!
    I have no idea on the specific for citizens coming back, but I imagine there'll be some sort of reintroduction program. The government is very eager to attract more Jews to the country.

    I don't recommend IDF on the basis of long-term employment, just to gain skills that help with getting a good job after you're done
    (I think it's 7 years of not living in Israel for citizens to gain exemption for national service?)
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    No ****ing way! Britain's the BEST!!!!!!

    But if I had to move I'd go to the US.
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    (Original post by TelAviv)
    I have no idea on the specific for citizens coming back, but I imagine there'll be some sort of reintroduction program. The government is very eager to attract more Jews to the country.

    I don't recommend IDF on the basis of long-term employment, just to gain skills that help with getting a good job after you're done
    (I think it's 7 years of not living in Israel for citizens to gain exemption for national service?)
    Cool! Yeah I just don't see myself going to the IDF at all... I've been living in England for much longer than that!
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    Id probably stay. Pretty surprised that brexit is a reason people want to leave
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    >Germany (or/including Austria, depending on your view).
    >France is full of French people, so that's off the list.
    In that case, is Germany full of Germans now? :laugh:Might want to rethink your decision.
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    In that case, is Germany full of Germans now? :laugh:Might want to rethink your decision.
    The refugees would have to be pretty desperate if they wanted to sexually assault me
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    The refugees would have to be pretty desperate if they wanted to sexually assault me
    You'd be surprised, they'd assault anything with an orifice. * Would you honestly want to move somewhere with such a problem with mass migration? I don't think I could contain my anger if I saw them to be honest.
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    (Original post by fr0sr_)
    You'd be surprised, they'd assault anything with an orifice. * Would you honestly want to move somewhere with such a problem with mass migration? I don't think I could contain my anger if I saw them to be honest.
    I would help the Germans overcome their madness. Besides, they're all going back after things calm down in Syria.

    Right?
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    Canada (British Columbia or Alberta) - The diverse nature, the sports (hockey), the cities, sane politics compared to the US...a lot of things. The only city in BC with a significant IT/tech sector is Vancouver (an amazing city) though they have notoriously low wages which do not financially compensate for the high cost of living (on par with London and Hong Kong). The other province would be Alberta, most likely in Calgary as it is so close to the Canadian Rockies which are incredibly picturesque. There's a decline in jobs there at the moment (oil prices) but hopefully that shouldn't be an issue in 5 years.

    I would also consider the Yukon if there were any jobs in my field and the weather doesn't dip below -30 regularly in winter...
 
 
 
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