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wdamian

38 months ago

USA or Europe? Which is better to live? Living in all aspects - prices, possibilities, safety and people?

USA or Europe? Which is better to live? Living in all aspects - prices, possibilities, safety and people ? thank You in advance for sharing your opinion. Also You are free to post your opinion and thought here in Opinion Topic. Thanks for all posts. I will add my own opinion later. Best Regards
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deebie00284

  36 months ago
At this point of the game, I sometimes think, living in Europe, may be a more simpler lifestyle I would like, as compared to the US, it is just getting to be too much sometimes, price might be cheaper, safer in certain countries, and friendlier people.
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wdamian

  36 months ago
It depends what in UK... not everything. .... properties are very expensive, also services, and ome food. Rest of things are cheaper than in Poland. Cars, electronics, computers , electricity - cheaper UK.
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himegastar

  37 months ago
uk is very xpensive compare to rest of the europe . us is second most i guess . . . .
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rhyslewy

  38 months ago
I live in Wales and even though I have been to USA a number of times still love it here
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wdamian

  38 months ago
Thanks for sharing thoughts. By the way my fried from Poland was in Canada she didn't like it. But I guess everyone is different and this would be little bit funny comparison in salaries Pland and Canada . Personally never been in Canada , but I can go there without visa now. I think i will ake the chance to see it this year. Thanks Nora. 5 stars from me.
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noravandoninck

  38 months ago
I am going to say Canada, which is not on your list. I've never lived in Europe, only know how expensive things are, also very large populations. The sense of history and culture must be a plus. I'm from the US; while there are many advantages, prices, possibilities, etc., there are too many people and narrow horizons, US-centric, and a dumbed-down culture, especially post-9/11.
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amysmleong

  38 months ago
I haven't been to USA before and would like to live there one day. I have just moved to Scotland and I like the people and safety here. The society plays an important role in whichever area you stay.
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sparkleuk

  38 months ago
I live in England but have spend over 3 years of my life living in America. If I had the opportunity to stay in America I would go and not even think of coming back to England. The cost of living is much cheaper, the only downside is paying for medical insurance. Even though they have guns in America I personally think it is safer than England. The cops actually patrol the streets, see the kids get to school safely etc, etc. I worked on the ambulance in America and the cops were with us on every single call to make sure it was safe for us. I felt much safer going out in America than I do in England.
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Mollygirl

  38 months ago
I would say it would be cheaper to live in Europe than in America, no contest. As an American, and we were there just last month, I'd say that just about anywhere is going to be easier to live in than America at the moment. With unemployment running at thirteen percent, jobs in the States are damned hard to come by unless you're in a wanted profession.
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PrincessDL88

  38 months ago
I would say the costs of living an quality of life is better in the USA but maybe the safety is better i some parts of Europe although standards are slipping
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