>want to move out
>don't want to go anywhere but Miami or la
How do I do that? I just want a normal life of working and paying rent and living with some friends. I don't want to waste my life in college or the military so don't even bother
Liquidate all your belongings and save a shit ton of money primarily. You need dollar doos to keep you afloat for ~ 3-6 months living expenses in the area you are moving in. Then just plane ticket(or drive) your ass over there and get a place and hit that job search hard as a mother fucker.
On a side note, both those cities are fucking shit. Do you live in flyover ville or something that makes you long for fancy cities?
Isn't rent there like impossible to afford because of how high it is?
Also I live in a small northern village and I'm moving for my career and I want to take college classes on the side maybe
I don't really consider a neighborhood to be shitty unless it's the worst of the worst those prices I listed were for subpar areas( I believe) slightly low income but not huge crime rates
Not worth having someone that can't handle o good 70 percent of the clientele that can't speak English. As for the story as a manager I can personally say I don't give a shit where or why you came from. All I care about is figuring out if you'll be reliable and hardworking.
I know what managers are interviews are like but people hire multiple people at once usually and there's no way finding a job in Miami is harder than a depressed rural area with a higher unemployment rate than dade county
Alright but your looking at unemployment. That considers things more or less an even playing field Miami has such high population density we can fill positions quick. The issue is if you don't speak Spanish unless you're a dishwasher you're unhireable.
Here's how it is. Key largo and below is probably the last basteon of whiteness in south Florida. In key largo you could probably find a trailer to rent for 800-1200 bucks a month. Walgreens or the restaurants will probably hire you and the fishing is fantastic. In Miami however a solid 60% of the population only speaks Spanish. The rest are bilingual the old whites are either rich enough to live in the keys or retired.
And aside from drinking watersports or fucking tourists there's nothing going on in the keys. If you call any public service or even businesses the answering machines play Spanish first then English.
Isn't that like empty shit I was looking at Kendall and Hialeah
Found rooms and shit for like 600 in Kendall it just looks like it's really out there. Don't know much about Hialeah I imagine it's kinda shit