I am currently in chiropractic college, and several times it has come up that Australia is a market that is really growing chiropractically. Several graduates from my college have gone Down Under and done very well. The thought of moving away from the 'States is both thrilling and frightening, and I think if there were anywhere I'd actually consider living, it would be Australia. I am a big time homebody, and don't appreciate the cultural climate that exists against Americans right now, so that precludes most other places. I guess I'm quite curious about the way of life down under (actually planning on visiting in a couple years or so,) and how it compares to life here in the US. I'd be bringing my family, so education, and their safety would be key. We also plan on having a few babies during this time period, so health care is another concern. So, Aussies, any advice? What's your impression of chiropractic? How are Americans viewed? And if you've visited the US, how do things differ, or how are they the same? Thanks for any help!