EXCELANZ GROUP is a Professional Services Company based in Australia. Our Business areas include providing Consulting services in various fields like processing all types of Australian Temporary & Permanent Visa Applications, Australian Immigration and Settlement, Citizenship, Recruitment of Employees and Students, Guidance in Career Development, Undertaking Information Technology & Business Process Outsourcing, International Trade Involving Products, Resources, Solutions, Services and Tourism.Our Professional team consists of highly qualified and Registered Migration Lawyer, experienced Managers, Consultants and Field Officers most of whom are members of relevant professional bodies and are dedicated to deliver prompt Cogent and Tailored Services to suit your needs. If you wish or plan to Visit, Study, Work, Live or do any Business with or in Australia please Contact Us with your enquiries. You may also visit other pages on this site by clicking on the menus above or below for more information. NOTE :- Where ever you are in this world. Please send your enquiries by completing a relevant assessment form from the MENU and your case will be assessed and responded. Registered Migration Agent Mr. Faiyaz is currently in Hyderabad, India. He is available on Mobile Number +91-9030030051
Australia is the happiest, finds OECD Better Life IndexAUSTRALIA has retained its place as the world's happiest industrialised nation. The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development's (OECD) Better Life Index has found 84 per cent of Australians are satisfied with their lives. This betters the OECD average of 80 per cent. And what's more, life expectancy at almost 82 years is two years higher than the average. In the happiness stakes, Australia beats Sweden and Canada, also known for high standards of living. The survey of 36 industrialised nations also found more than 73 per cent of Australians aged 15 to 64 have a paid job, compared with the OECD employment average of 66 per cent. However, almost 14 per cent of employees work very long hours, much higher than the nine per cent average in the industrialised world, with 21 per cent of men working very long hours compared with just six per cent for women. Unlike in many other OECD countries, mothers often return to full-time work once their children reach school age. The OECD website says there are also high levels of civic participation and a strong sense of community in Australia.