history is made up mostly of its political development. Like
many nations around the world, it was once a colony of Britain.
In 1893, New Zealand became the first nation in the world to
grant women the right to vote. It also insists on being a
nuclear-free zone in opposition to other great countries,
sacrificing many benefits from the latter. New Zealand is known
for its extraordinary biodiversity of flora and fauna as well as
its amazing terrain. Its economy is mostly run by trade in
agriculture and tourism. The country is in need of many skills
in a wide array of fields: education, medicine, engineering,
construction and many others. Looking for greener pastures? This
is definitely the country for you.