As someone who refuses to pay the expenses of living in Silicon Valley or NY, I am planning to move to Europe instead. I've narrowed it down to these cities:
So here are my questions.
> 1. Which city is the cheapest as far as living costs are concerned?
> 2. Which city is the most based?
> 3. Is English spoken often in these cities?
> 4. Which biz sectors do I have the best chance in.
Berlinfag reporting in. Amazing city. Rent is expensive, everything else is dirt cheap.
Current skills you'll find a job with in a week and start at 40k:
Just out of curiosity.
Why not France ? It's a really fertile ground for start-ups & tech related businesses. Paris is also as expensive as Berlin I believe.
It's a nice city with nice restaurants and good wine.
I know lots of artists and tech guys have been residing in Berlin for a while, so it sounds legit to me. The pay doesn't seem like much, but the low costs of living and quick promotions should make up for it.
I'd wish, but the combination of religious tensions and high living costs are putting me off. Paying for French groceries and utilities while trying to avoid being turned to swiss cheese by an ISIS thug doesn't sound promising to moi.
Ex-Berlinfag reporting in. Fucked up city. Try to get a job in Munich. The rent is a bit more expensive but it is definitely worth it. Also in general you earn more money. Munich is really beautiful, clean and has a deep culture (which is currently getting destroyed though). Berlin has dirty subways, poor people everywhere, ghettos, strange people, no nature, etc.
Berlin is absolute shit. Expensive, dangerous, full of sandniggers and ugly in general. Listen to this man when he says Munich, if by some reason you want to live in Germany. Just pick some small town to live outside of Munich, though. The rent is astronomical in this city. The transportation systems in the outskirts of Munich are excellent. I'd advise you to work in Munich while living in richfag Starnberg from where you can even see the Alps with naked eye.