When compared to other counties in the list, the Australian government has bendable norms for International students who are coming to work and learn. International students in Australia are allowed to work a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight during their academic sessions, and unlimited hours during breaks and vacations. There is also no restriction for postgraduate research students, or students working for a philanthropic and unpaid work if registered as part of the course. The average hourly wage for jobs in Australia range from $15 to $30.
The Canadian Government has the best possible study infrastructure as well as the employment opportunities compared to any other countries in the world. International students studying at a public university, a community college, or technical school are authorized to confer degrees and allowed to work on the campus of the institution they are attending without any work permit. Students are also given the provision to work for the institution itself, or for a private business located on the campus. The country has also eased out the Off-Campus Work Permit Programme, and international students can work part-time during regular academic sessions for 20 hours a week and full-time during scheduled breaks, such as winter and summer holidays, and spring break. The average hourly wage for jobs in Canada range from $15 to $25.