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Best place to live in USA
s1mple | 
Other el1teman 
What would be the best area/suburbs/state to live in where its: -safe -IT jobs Ideas: NC (around Raleign), Florida (dont know where tho), Texas (Austin) or somewhere in NJ
2020-08-29 07:05
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Russia win73ry
Florida is the best state.
2020-08-29 07:08
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Czech Republic prokda
Only if u speak spanish xaxaxa
2020-08-29 08:30
Well, you gotta know a second language if you are not a stupid peasant.
2020-08-29 22:19
#138
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Belgium lil_vodka
say that to the turkish immigrants in jermany kkkkkk
2020-08-30 02:05
bring me one and say that to their face. Turks in Jermany are dumbasses anyway.
2020-08-30 02:38
+99
2020-08-31 10:53
#185
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Turkey rivaluk
turks overall are dumbasses assuming by ur comment
2020-08-31 20:13
They are, maybe including me.
2020-08-31 20:17
at being a replica of brazil yes
2020-08-31 05:05
explain
2020-08-31 05:25
both speak spanish
2020-08-31 05:39
Hope you're thinking about moving about a year from now because nothing is getting in or out
2020-08-29 07:09
What you mean?
2020-08-29 07:23
corona
2020-08-29 10:27
well I am in US atm anyways and I am stuck here atm and cannot go back home to EU until 2021
2020-08-29 10:36
F
2020-08-29 20:00
I feel so bad for you. As an American I'd honestly rather be stuck in Europe right now
2020-08-29 21:12
exactly, I am sad as well :/
2020-08-29 21:44
You’re in NYC right? To be fair, I personally think that’s one of the worst places to be stuck. A smaller, quieter, prettier city would be a lot nicer than where you are now
2020-08-30 00:13
Yep I know, that is why I am asking people and see what are good options to move to and work. I am stuck here with a lease (rent stabilized with a contract) I don't have driving license and I don't know where I will be working after I graduate uni. I will be sitting this out until December and in January make moves.
2020-08-30 00:56
Good idea. And good luck with uni! Places out west (generally smaller cities, but some big cities too) are really nice. If you’re looking for low taxes the south might be your best bet, but be careful bc a lot of the south is a shithole.
2020-08-31 00:19
#163
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Brazil ZerongBr
be careful man trump supporters would try to get you out of the country antifa would try to kill you for being white be really fucking careful in usa rn
2020-08-31 05:45
#3
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United States notawaffle
idk dude, depends what you're into But it seems like youre interested in medium-sized cities, from u mentioning Raleigh and Austin. In Florida there's Jacksonville and Tallahassee. Raleigh is a great place to live too. Idk about Austin though, pretty much all of Texas is super republican. not saying republican is a bad thing but i think it's good to be friends with people of different parties and cultures.
2020-08-29 07:17
I am not into politics but dems seem to be more invasive with their persuasion and ignorance, did not have bad experience with republicans yet (for sure there are bad people on both sides) but all media pro-dem and celebrities, just deleted all social media to avoid all this bs propaganda
2020-08-29 07:29
republicans are nicer but their politicians suck. the republican voters want a smaller government, lower taxes, and to pay off the budget deficit. republican politicians lower taxes for rich people(rarely middle class), expand the military, give money to huge businesses, and increase the debt.
2020-08-29 21:27
yes unfortunately, just sad how biased media is and with these BLM stuff happening, ruining cities with riots. Also not to mention making George Floyd almost a saint (see the leaked police bodycam) which made so much movement and mess. Racism is not okay but these biased pushing fake narrative to manipulate mass is annoying af.
2020-08-29 21:43
yeah, basically all media in America sucks dick, the only news site that's not super biased towards BLM stuff is Fox News and they have just as much misinformation, just for right wing people
2020-08-29 22:04
Fox news can push their bias but at least they are showing and bringing up important topics which left wing media will never bring up because it will ruin their image, Like yesterday they harassed people leaving White House who were gay with anti-gay slurs. CNN would never portray BLM or protestors in a bad light and show actual footage of them being violent. OF course not all protesters are violent, but protests is an excuse for people to be violent and do some bad things For me: CNN is fake news and biased, Fox is not that much fake and biased. Fox news > CNN for me
2020-08-29 22:11
I mean Fox News is running around calling Joe Biden a marxist, so they're also not credible at all.
2020-08-29 22:18
yes thats where bias comes as they are right news source. But its easier to filter Fox then look through bs narrative of CNN
2020-08-29 22:19
Joe Biden is not a Marxist he just works for them that's all
2020-08-30 01:41
#124
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United Kingdom 3Head
rarely do I agree with hltv politics, but yeah ur right. It absolutely baffles me that the libertarian party doesn't do well in the USA. Literally 3/4 of republican voters are libertartians but fear they will waste their vote if they vote for a libertarian candidate. Missing out on Ron Paul was a bigger mistake than vietnam.
2020-08-30 00:23
#149
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United States Windy_C
Ron paul couldn't even sniff airtime in republican debates when he was running. They'd cut him off mid sentence and let someone else speak. Media kills every good canidate.
2020-08-31 04:52
#174
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United Kingdom 3Head
Same with rand too, its super sad.
2020-08-31 13:21
austin at least is a pretty liberal city, texas is mainly republican but u dont really feel it. everyone is pretty nice to each other, etc
2020-08-29 09:57
Yes I was recommended to live in red or purple states
2020-08-29 22:12
Austin is a very progressist city, right? Anyways, big cities tend to be more liberal, meanwhile country sides to be more conservative.
2020-08-31 05:30
Arizona because everything is cheaper
2020-08-29 07:18
not looking for cheap, looking for best value and best result. Need good area for IT job, safe area and good neighbors, no public transport access (just car)
2020-08-29 07:27
Alaska
2020-08-29 09:10
Ill punch you bud
2020-08-29 09:21
chicago or detroit
2020-08-29 21:13
Chicago is a mess and a Chiraq) NYC (live in jersey), SF and Austin are better than that. Also Boston
2020-08-29 21:45
chicago seems pretty nice tbh prolly only the outskirts wich are a mess
2020-08-29 22:50
Yeah, Gary is basically hell on Earth :D
2020-08-31 09:27
Boston seems nice, definitely was on my list to immigrate when I was searching about it
2020-08-31 05:32
Long Island, NY Reston, Virginia (Close to DC)
2020-08-29 07:20
Massachusetts, NJ/NY (commute to NYC for IT work), Bay Area (still safe despite what Fox seems to think), etc... The best by far is Massachusetts, easily the best state in the union.
2020-08-29 07:27
I think so, Boston seems to be a great city and live in the good suburbs will be nice. NJ good too. Do not want Bay Area for now (do not like California as a state for some reasons) I live in NYC now but I really wanna get out when lease ends in December as city become a mess under BDB
2020-08-29 07:31
Boston seems to be the best match for you then dude. The right has tried to ruin California's reputation to draw attention away from red states like Alabama and Mississippi.
2020-08-29 07:32
well tbh Cali people moving to Texas as they are unhappy with the state and NY people either upstate or Florida. Cali (LA,SF), NY (NYC) both have insane taxes, high homelessness and crime. That is why i think its safer choice to pick suburbs, get a car and live and work chill
2020-08-29 07:38
Every big city (metropolitan area) in US has high homelessness and crime. I can state that with an accurate objectivity after living here for 10 years. Stating otherwise would be ignorance or pure political bias. There are more people arriving in LA than leaving since I moved here, seemingly unfortunate for me and my new kid. Stop believing the bs... Based on your description of desired area, I think Raleigh would be a good pick. Good luck
2020-08-29 07:54
like I want 30-40 min drive to a city, have a good IT job, safe and good neighborhood. No public transport what so ever as well
2020-08-29 07:55
define "good IT job" I work in IT tech, and if you are looking for innovative projects, you'll have a higher chance of catching a job that will offer that in the big coastal cities. A decent safe job can be obtain in the Raleigh/Cary area, which is slowly becoming the 2nd biggest tech hub on the east-coast, while not being a huge metropolis
2020-08-29 08:05
but I think living in suburbs is the best option for safe option
2020-08-29 08:09
That's pretty much what I'm recommending you. I'm not sure why you keep saying that.... Cary is a suburb of Raleigh. Did you look it up?
2020-08-29 08:22
i think I have been there, visited a relative, quite nice, cuz Raleign is a city but Cary is a suburb, I thought you recommended Raleign as a city, my bad
2020-08-29 08:25
why the fuck do you want to drive 30 mins every single day to your job?and why are you against public transportation? LUL what a fucking snob you are
2020-08-29 10:45
because I lived with my friends in suburbs and it was amazing A. I want my own lawn. B. want safe and chill neighborhood, I live in NYC atm and I am tired of homelessness and high prices on rent and crime, not to mention extremely high tax. I lived in megalopolis cities all my life. Also most big cities in US require a car and lots of traffic so it will be more than 30 min by car.
2020-08-29 19:35
Because public transportation doesn't really exist in the U.S, outside of the largest cities. And even in large cities the public transportation is terrible. Source: I live in NYC.
2020-08-30 01:43
Wow. You want to spend more than an hour driving every day?
2020-08-29 19:46
I lived in a city where had to drive hour a day to work or more due to traffic. I lived in apartments most of my life, want a yard, house and relaxing life
2020-08-29 19:49
Try to get a job where you dont have to go on location then.
2020-08-29 20:02
well thats good course, but driving 30-40 min to work every day is not that much unless there is huge traffic like LA or SF.
2020-08-29 20:06
Chicago. Has good jobs for software developers. Amazing downtown. Rent is not too expensive. There are multiple fin tech companies here. I've been to all the major cities in the US, and I think Chicago is the prettiest one. youtube.com/watch?v=w41VypmBA4w&t=80s
2020-08-29 07:36
Minneapolis
2020-08-29 07:38
Out of 25 cities with concerning violent crime statistics, Minneapolis ranked 25. In 2017, 42 murders were reported with a violent crime rate of 1,101 reported incidents for every 100,000 residents, nearly three times the corresponding national rate, Minneapolis is one of the most dangerous cities in the country
2020-08-29 07:42
For one that's total BS, Minneapolis is nowhere near as dangerous as other large cities in the country like Chicago. Secondly, as a resident in one of the inner-ring suburbs (on the border of Minneapolis) it's actually a great place, in fact one of the best places in the country, to live. Low crime, high standard of living, and friendly people. I don't know where you got that fake statistic from, but the crime in Minneapolis is very concentrated in a few areas of the inner city.
2020-08-29 21:22
idk googled xD, never been there and do not know anyone from there to have an opinion about it
2020-08-29 21:44
Minnesota is one of the best places to live in the US (biased opinion but still holds true). High taxes tho
2020-08-30 00:15
I might visit some parts of US where I potentially want to live and see for my self
2020-08-30 00:57
Good idea. USA has good places, you just need to find the right one
2020-08-31 00:15
ye i just want have good neighborhood, 30-40 min max to the city/work. Avoid SJW
2020-08-31 00:53
Haha if SJWs are your main concern then you might as well go live in Alabama or something. Nothing wrong with them
2020-08-31 04:13
its not, but Portland and Washington kinda a mess atm
2020-08-31 05:12
newfoundland, canada
2020-08-29 07:43
ye canada seem like a better choice than USA, USA is not in a good state, dems vs repub fighting, protests and etc
2020-08-29 07:54
Nj or Boston 100% Florida is only good to vacation in, not live in
2020-08-29 07:59
why not live? NJ property tax is very high, Boston have no clue and never been there but heard good things about it
2020-08-29 08:22
nj is really high living standard. and trust me you dont want to live in a vacation/tourist spot
2020-08-29 09:56
is NYC considered as a tourist spot?)
2020-08-29 10:20
yes but nowhere near to the same degree.
2020-08-29 10:43
technically every city is a tourist spot but not really
2020-08-29 10:43
well NYC is extremely popular for tourists: museums, active life and many iconic locations. Also its very easy to get to NYC (9 hours from Moscow, 6 hours from London)
2020-08-29 19:36
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Xyp9x | 
United States YanX
Reading from what you wrote, I think Austin will definitely be good for you, and I’ll be mentioning a few things. 1. You work in IT. A lot of tech companies and startups are moving to Texas. Apple is building a campus that can house 15000 employees in Austin, and Google is opening new offices and a data center here as well. 2. Low income taxes. Texas has no state income taxes (illegal by Texas Constitution) and have one of the lowest income taxes in the country. The property taxes are a bit high I think but property is cheaper, especially compared to NY or Cali. 3. Texas leans Republican but Austin mostly favors liberals. You’ll find Austin very accepting of new cultures, and the city has a lot of unique cultures already. A downside maybe is that Texans are really, really proud of being Texans, and if you stay long enough you’ll feel the same way. And also want to drive a truck. 4. Crime rates aren’t low in Texas cities, but if you’re living in a nice suburban neighborhood, you definitely won’t ever feel in danger. 5. Nightlife is quite nice, but probably not so much right now.
2020-08-29 08:04
I am curious whether your "1"(first) point will ruin the area and turn it into Bay Area 2.0. Taxes are amazing. I will probably choose good suburb if move there. How is pests/insect situation there as climate is fitting for them and no winters
2020-08-29 08:19
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Xyp9x | 
United States YanX
Maybe it will be another Bay Area, but it won’t be anytime soon. The pests/insects isn’t too good, and there will be smaller insects like ants and silverfish if pest control didn’t do a good job. But no cockroaches or scorpions or anything like that.
2020-08-29 20:49
Ye i hate insects in home, silverfish in houses or apartments?
2020-08-29 21:46
#128
Xyp9x | 
United States YanX
Idk about apartments but silverfish appear in houses. How often you'd see them depends on the area and how new the houses are, but you can get rid of them by turning AC to around 70 degrees Fahrenheit and turning on bathroom ventilation often, which could be costly.
2020-08-30 01:39
holy fuck, I googled silverfish dat thing is ugly af
2020-08-30 01:46
Iowa coz corn
2020-08-29 08:27
kentucky coz chicken
2020-08-29 08:30
#31
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Luxembourg r1zo
You really want to go Go THIS country??? Sad story bro
2020-08-29 08:30
I am already in it man, there are no other good countries, NZ is too far, Australia weird and very far too. Singapore already lived there didnt like. EU is having fun with refugees
2020-08-29 10:22
What about Canada ?
2020-08-29 21:59
Canada seem to be good, but I have OPT which I need to use as I can never get a chance to work here like that, H1B visa in US is super hard to be sponsored with
2020-08-29 22:14
Seattle, easily
2020-08-29 08:33
If you like rain, then sure.
2020-08-29 19:38
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Israel ALEXKEEM
Been to multiple cities in the US and Austin, TX is the best and it's not even close.
2020-08-29 08:37
Austin is the best city you visited, got confused what you meant
2020-08-29 10:21
I will move to California after this en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_California_Pr.. RACISM FREEDOM
2020-08-29 09:03
So no BLM activists in California soon? NICE
2020-08-31 05:37
#35
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Germany Nachofish
tldr alaskan wilderniss
2020-08-29 09:05
Alabama
2020-08-29 09:24
Germany Frankfurt/Berlin
2020-08-29 09:40
berlin 😂🤮
2020-08-29 10:23
Why?? Berlin great city with a lot of history the foundation of Prussia lead then to Germany then DDR/Germany and then Germany again. A lot of people and a lot of drugs.
2020-08-29 10:42
yeah historys nice, but the last sentence says it all: istanbul 2.0
2020-08-29 10:43
Berlin Kreuzberg yes but as IT guy you don't live there
2020-08-29 10:50
Germany is a mess with refugees, social services like working people in Germany will earn less than some refugee who is not working and being paid from working class taxes. Also its extremely hard to immigrate in Germany
2020-08-29 19:42
never read so much propaganda lines about Germany.
2020-08-29 21:37
) well I have some relatives and friends living there so situation is fun there.
2020-08-29 21:40
yeah, they tell you the dream story cuz they don't wanna admit they live under the bridge.
2020-08-29 22:12
wait who you refer as they? People in germany can be living good and etc but country is not on the right route to become better.
2020-08-29 22:13
Detroit !
2020-08-29 10:00
No ty
2020-09-01 05:22
Texas: Austin, Dallas, Plano, Mckinney, Richardson Booming IT industry atm, the suburbs have decent land prices, good opportunities elsewhere, no State income tax, and relatively safe outside of south dallas the only thing I don't like about this place is the weather, super humid all year, stupid hot in the summer, but the winters & autumns are nice
2020-08-29 10:38
Are you living in any those areas?
2020-08-29 19:37
Near em, but I don't wanna get doxed
2020-08-29 20:15
all good, did not want your location. Just wanted to know if you live there I can ask appropriate questions and expect a reply from someone who is living there. Has IT industry boom there make life worse there? Crime/homelessness and other stuff. Also I know its humid, so do you have issues with pests there?
2020-08-29 20:24
I went for a run at mid night last night, I've never felt unsafe in my town, even though its kinda weird sometimes. There are a few homeless people around dallas and the suburbs, but they dont cause problems in my experience. They're pretty nice as long as you arent an asshole to them Roaches, ants, mosquitoes, flies, moths. Keep a fly swatter around, and you'll probably be fine if you keep your house/apartment clean.
2020-08-29 21:09
You got roaches in the house? :@ . If I get rent/lease new apartment and house, will there be a high chance of (Roaches, ants, mosquitoes, flies, moths.) happening? Window blockers so insects dont fly in. But I heard there are also snakes, scorpions in Texas
2020-08-29 21:48
They arent super common, but they'll find their way in sometimes, My grandma gets them in her car garage a lot i dont think ive ever seen a snake or scorpion irl, but im also not a super out doors person. be vigilant when walking through tall grass, don't stick ur fingers in holes in the ground, you'll be fine
2020-08-29 22:20
Thanks!
2020-08-30 19:55
why would anyone move there when Canada is right there
2020-08-29 10:38
Because A. I am already in US atm and have OPT and need to use it at least to get good experience
2020-08-29 19:40
Lost Heaven Little Italy area
2020-08-29 11:30
SF is what your are looking for.
2020-08-29 19:37
Highest apartments rent prices, lots of homeless and crime there. Very far as well from Europe as well.
2020-08-29 19:42
A lot of SF districts/suburbs are ultra safe. Well, other points were not mentioned in your initial post.
2020-08-29 19:44
True, fair point. I will check that area but for now a lot of companies WFH and rent prices are expensive there due to IT market being there.
2020-08-29 19:47
From my limited knowledge, SF seemed to be one of the most "european style" city I saw in the US. So depending if you want a total change in your way of life or not. You may take this into consideration.
2020-08-29 19:52
well I havent lived properly in EU for like 3-4 years. Not looking for European style city. Just looking good area to work in IT and good and safe area to live in.
2020-08-29 19:58
btw why the US if being safe is important? There is plenty of opportunity in EU too, Cologne for exemple.
2020-08-29 20:00
A. I am in US already (will have OPT visa for 36 months) B. Extremely hard to migrate to Germany C. US is the best place to work in IT
2020-08-29 20:01
IT? probably Seattle but it's an SJW heaven be weary
2020-08-29 19:50
'SJW heaven be weary' - exactly. I do not want to live in a mess like that. Had enough of this BLM shit in NYC
2020-08-29 20:00
well anything is better than NYC tho, that place is a massive shithole if you don't want to go too far Boston is not bad either and weather is much better
2020-08-29 20:00
People been recommending Boston, I do not know how the situation there with crime and IT tech hubs. Will have to research. I enjoyed NYC but now its a mess and will be a mess for a while as major city crisis is coming, police defund and police certain units disbandment, also filth (sanitation funding got cut) so they clean streets less and more garbage on streets.
2020-08-29 20:04
boston is much more chill vibe, people doing water sports in the river, food is good and inexpensive, beer is excellent. It's also cheap place to buy technology because you aren't taxed as much as NYC You're also close to europe (7 hour flight to central europe) I haven't been there is over 6 months tho, so can't tell if situation got worse with this whole BLM nonsense
2020-08-29 20:21
by what you described Boston seems amazing! thx
2020-08-29 21:51
-safe, it-jobs -florida pick one. Atlanta is what you're looking for
2020-08-29 19:54
Atlanta is mess, would rather go to SF then Atlanta
2020-08-29 19:59
TX
2020-08-29 19:56
Hopefully it won't be ruined by Californians, big cities are already democratic and probably vote for progressive politics
2020-09-01 05:19
California is like the IT capital of the world with Silicon Valley and stuff. So depending on what kind of IT job you're looking for that might be a place to look. google.com/maps/place/Silicon+Valley,+Ca../data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x808fb68ad0cfc739:0x7eb356b66bd4b50e!8m2!3d37.387474!4d-122.0575434
2020-08-29 20:26
I know, been there, working there is nice but living extremely expensive, big traffic too, high tax in Cali too with no return
2020-08-31 05:19
Seattle perhaps? If you can stand the weather (which isn't too bad by european standards). It's always been a place with startups and small businesses, it's safe, fairly expendable. In any case it's close to Canada and you can always escape that way.
2020-08-31 10:44
I can but Seattle is kinda far too from Europe. Will check it out
2020-08-31 17:01
Cost of living is really high in NJ compared to down south. Especially property tax.
2020-08-29 21:52
yes I know that, but if I get good job in NJ or NYC will be good. I am not planning to move for a long long time, just move to live and work in peace. So surroundings, protest, crime wont bother my life
2020-08-29 22:18
#104
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North America 007DBR9
Central Ohio is great to live in, nice and cheap and growing fast
2020-08-29 21:55
Buffalo
2020-08-29 22:04
Will check it out
2020-08-30 02:24
Bro i'd just go to texas in deep woods and live in a tent just like the old "americans" did back in time. I assume you are not a native american since you post this but hey, if u good at what you do doesen't matter the place. Texas all day all night
2020-08-29 22:13
yes exactly, dont know about deep woods, but I am willing to live like 20-40 min drive by car to work to get best out of living in peace)
2020-08-29 22:16
canada
2020-08-29 22:15
Not very good for me atm
2020-08-30 00:57
Texas. Moved here a year ago, I know a ton of IT guys making over 120k/year.
2020-08-30 01:46
How is it there? Living conditions, pests, safety
2020-08-30 01:46
I live in the Dallas/FT area, it has such cheap housing but amazing quality homes. You can get a 6 bedroom huge house and the rent would probably be less than 2k a month. I’ve had some pests but it was like 2 rats and that’s also cause my house is old but other than that I have nothing to complain about. Downtown Dallas is probably the place I felt most unsafe but it’s still like a 7/10 for me safety wise.
2020-08-30 01:49
have you been to nyc or chicago? How would you compare to that (safety wise, cleanliness of streets, homelessness)
2020-08-30 01:55
I lived in NYC for almost 15 years, never been to Chicago. Safety wise, not too good, there are many gangs and many other people who like to steal, happened to my friend. There’s a lot of drug usage even among the youth. However, if you live in the upper west side, which is very expensive, it’s pretty good. There are a lot of homeless people in NYC, take a bus or train to see yourself. Streets aren’t too clean but nothing really gets in your way.
2020-09-02 23:38
Austin
2020-08-30 01:51
you live there?
2020-08-30 02:03
There aren't good places in the USA. It's just a shithole ngl. Idk where you life but rather go to Europe or go to Canada like Vancouver.
2020-08-31 01:06
rn he’s kinda stuck in the u.s
2020-08-31 05:09
I am stuck in US atm, no option to go anywhere yet and I will have OPT visa after university and I need to use it, might be my only chance to work here and get priceless experience and then I can work any country if I build good resume.
2020-08-31 05:16
Go work for Tesla or SpaceX
2020-08-31 04:21
too early man, can in like 2 years, I will be finding my first full time job in December 2020 (for January 2021)
2020-08-31 05:17
as a fellow nyc resident i feel for you, it’s a shithole here. i live in flushing and it’s nice here compared to the rest of nyc, ex. the bronx rn every state has its pros and cons rn imo, it really depends on what you’re looking for. if you’re looking for cheaper rent, go south. if you’re looking for a good quality of life, try to find a nice suburb. good cities are few and far between, id say dallas and boston are prob the ones id recommend the most best of luck tho, europe much nicer than the u.s men))
2020-08-31 05:14
I am looking for good quality of life. I am working in IT and US is the best market for it, best companies and etc. Might go back to EU in like 5-10 years after I get good experience and can sustain and earn very good money back in my country.
2020-08-31 05:15
dunno much bout it, cali is a naturally great place for tech jobs but it’s a shithole like nyc rn so :/ finding an it job in a suburb area may be a bit tough, but the quality of life is def better in suburbs imo
2020-08-31 05:56
Why NYC is shithole?
2020-08-31 08:21
I would like to live in suburbs 100%, I am willing to travel 30 min max to work by car. Cali is going through fun times as companies close offices in SF and etc
2020-08-31 17:28
I live in Denver and I really like it here. Never lived anywhere else but, it’s safe for sure. Idk how much IT work we have compared to other cities but we have at least a decent amount. Denver is the most active city in the country if you like going hiking and stuff, and as a side effect of that there are a lot of chill people here. Just don’t move to Portland that place is fucked
2020-08-31 05:49
Yes I know it's a mess now and will be
2020-08-31 17:02
Is this Raleigh a good city? Southeast is pretty much poor, dangerous or both from what I've heard
2020-08-31 09:19
Suburbs raleign, research triangle
2020-08-31 17:05
Been there last year for business reasons (raleigh, durham, research triangle) I liked it. But you have to love the weather (too hot for me) Food and people were nice.
2020-08-31 17:37
ye, have relatives living there visited them, nice big gyms which is amazing), nice roads and easy commute to work. Where do you like then? in US
2020-08-31 18:05
I cant tell you. Just been to New York City and NC. NYC is nice to visit but a shithole to live. People in NC were much more friendly and NC has some nice nature and beautiful places to visit. But its too damn hot there and you need a car for almost everything. That and the good food are probably the reasons why almost everyone there is overweight and you can hardly find any hot women. Probably not the best spot to be a single.
2020-08-31 20:11
Well there is great nature indeed, I will get a car and I love that its mostly car, with public transport especially in US there are issues coming with it. I will just work there, do sports like tennis, soccer and gym/martial arts) Want safe and chill suburb to live in
2020-08-31 20:43
"Poor(er)" for US standards wich, GDP/income wise, is way higher than EU average. What people say about crime in the US is quite exagerated, as violence is highly connected with gang activity. Living in suburban America is as safe and sound as living in the EU.
2020-08-31 20:26
^^ totally agree with you man
2020-08-31 21:05
Canada
2020-08-31 10:46
ye will be looking into it
2020-08-31 17:27
#180
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Finland CleanMac
Colorado baby!
2020-08-31 17:35
dont go to the usa lol
2020-08-31 20:12
already in there
2020-08-31 20:44
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2020-08-31 22:35
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2020-08-31 22:37
#188
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Armenia Yerevan
Don't go to Usa.
2020-08-31 20:26
already here
2020-08-31 20:44
#197
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Armenia Yerevan
Nooooo
2020-09-01 06:55
What?
2020-09-01 15:29
#201
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Armenia Yerevan
Whyyy
2020-09-01 16:36
because I went to study there and best IT job market there with best salaries and companies based here
2020-09-01 16:41
Honolulu
2020-09-01 06:58
#200
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Japan Sayon4Ra
Canada
2020-09-01 16:04
Also liberal, not so many IT jobs
2020-09-01 17:08
#202
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Brunei cyLoL
-USA -safe place to live Choose one
2020-09-01 16:38
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