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United Kingdom client_variable 
I pay €1000 for a small 24sqm studio, how crazy is that mens? half of my salary goes to the government, plus I pay rent, health insurance, etc. so can barely survive, going to keep doing this till 65, maybe die before 70... so it is a win win for the government.. Is this living mens?? How much rent do you pay?
2020-11-10 20:27
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2020-11-10 20:27
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uk tax system is worse than U.S. even if you factor in insurance and medical bills. feels bad for you mens. If you live in london it probably sucks too with how much everything costs.
2020-11-10 20:41
59 replies
I live in the Netherlands right now, it is even worse than the UK. much worse
2020-11-10 20:44
29 replies
What city you live in?
2020-11-10 20:52
28 replies
Eindhoven, so boring here mens
2020-11-10 20:53
27 replies
Why are you living in eindhoven anyway? Is it for university?
2020-11-10 20:54
26 replies
Yeah, working at the Uni.
2020-11-10 20:56
25 replies
Nice I might go to university of Eindhoven next year so might actually see you haha
2020-11-10 23:12
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big cities are shit in the netherlands man, come to the country side, life is amazing here :)
2020-11-11 10:33
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Im from enschede, so not huge city but still okay. But id rather live in city than country side because a city has everything. Country side doesn’t
2020-11-11 13:33
13 replies
There might be more grocerie shops etc. in the city, but the people are way nicer. People actually know eachother, care for eachother and help eachother out here.
2020-11-11 13:41
5 replies
Only if you speak Dutch mens)))
2020-11-11 13:53
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facts
2020-11-12 13:17
Well id rather have 5 different clubs, 23 different restaurants and 8 schools because I know people from smaller towns and they also have to do a lot for comminity (for example they have to paint for the local football team or they have to do some stuff for the church)
2020-11-11 16:33
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this dutchman wants to party mens))), let him do whatever he wants!!
2020-11-11 17:19
wooaaahhh you have to do something for someone else, sounds harder than it actually is when you get the hang of it. This also means when you need help other people will help you out aswell instead of being alone or forced to contact family f.e
2020-11-12 14:02
mens this is not russia or something. if u live on the "countryside" u can just take bus to the city and do everything there
2020-11-11 17:43
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True, but still I literally live 5 mins away from giant city centre, aint that great
2020-11-11 21:07
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>Enschede >giant city
2020-11-11 21:15
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City centre is big man. Everything you wish you have it
2020-11-11 22:01
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But not giant, not even by Dutch standards
2020-11-11 22:42
2 replies
Well okay, its not a giant city centre but its certainly big
2020-11-12 09:51
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Stop commenting previous comment, I can barely read them ahahahahahah
2020-11-14 12:45
What about Maastricht? Is that an expensive city too? I dont know too much about Netherlands :D (asking because of Maastricht University)
2020-11-11 17:32
4 replies
Come to Groningen, it is cheap here.
2020-11-11 17:35
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Yeah but thats far from Maastricht :D And Maastricht University is fix, they have the MSc that my gf needs. :/ :/ :/ But i'm gonna save this info about Groningen as an option for after uni, ty :D
2020-11-11 17:44
2 replies
dump her, then get yourself a strong, tall, Dutch warrior woman. They are like giraffes
2020-11-11 17:46
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AHAHAHAHA Thanks for the laugh. This is the highlight of my day, it can only go down from here :'D
2020-11-11 18:50
Nah the cities are hella chill, i used to live in the hague it was pretty nice
2020-11-12 10:33
Rotterdam most expensive? I wanna go to Erasmus uni
2020-11-12 11:19
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I study at Erasmus and living in Rotterdam currently as student. Can't recommend it if you don't know anyone. I got a good situation mainly because of contacts, but I know students that cant find anything for months-year
2020-11-12 23:31
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Shit
2020-11-13 13:34
#44
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United Kingdom _eilrahC
Trust me, tax aint no way near as bad as the US
2020-11-10 20:52
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#52
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United Kingdom _eilrahC
Actually, I take that back, instead, i meant: basic tax is worse in the US, but the tax % increase per increased income is a lot worse in the UK.
2020-11-10 20:54
17 replies
We are the king of taxes. For an example if a car worths $30k we pay $100k at least
2020-11-10 20:58
16 replies
kkkkkkkkkk
2020-11-10 22:57
King of taxes? You clearly don't know Argentina lul
2020-11-11 22:10
14 replies
how much does ps5 cost in Argentina? in usd
2020-11-12 00:42
9 replies
Like 720 usd
2020-11-12 01:16
8 replies
its 1000 usd here
2020-11-12 09:09
5 replies
1000 usd? lmao that's insane
2020-11-12 11:25
4 replies
Welcome to Turkey
2020-11-12 11:33
3 replies
Still not as bad as Argentina bro, believe me. Minimum wage here is less than 100 usd
2020-11-12 12:38
2 replies
Well... thats fucked up
2020-11-12 14:41
at least way cheaper steam games
2020-11-12 20:13
well, different continent but almost same shit :((
2020-11-12 10:57
lmao its like 632$ here
2020-11-13 13:37
and you clearly don't know about france ;)
2020-11-12 10:57
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you can't compare, most people here don't even make 300 usd per month. If you have a good job, you save and can buy almost everything. We can't even buy usd
2020-11-12 13:25
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when it's about percentage of revenue whatever if you earn 300 or 3000. France is known to be one of the country where this percentage is the highest
2020-11-12 13:56
sweden has entered the chat
2020-11-12 13:19
Tax is so damn low in the US
2020-11-11 10:30
that is incredibly far from the truth, in the UK you dont pay any tax on your first $18k, this means that USA and UK residents pay equal tax rates untill earning ~$40k+, and if you consider that ~45% of americans make less than 30k, clearly around 50% of americans must be worse off than their UK counterpart (as they are paying atleast equal or more taxes upto this 40k threshold while not having the NHS, paid maternity leave, good sick leave etc etc). USA taxes benefit the higher tax groups alot better than UK does though, the top 50% might benefit more than the uk's top 50%, while the lower is simultaneously worse, but as a percentage of population there is more worse off americans who dont even seem to get shit for their taxes, this isnt even considering medial insurance/premiums etc, the UK's tax is defiantly more progressive and benefits more people than the USA's
2020-11-10 23:51
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I understand this, but from my position I would much rather have the U.S. taxes. not saying its better, it just benefits me more. I should have clarified more.
2020-11-11 03:35
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american being an individualist kekw unexpected
2020-11-12 13:20
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also look at #216. since most households have both parents working, making over 60k a year is super easy. just 2 people making more than 15 dollars an hour. I think UK taxes too much. I also think most low income people have a hand in their situation. What is stopping people making minimum wage and living in the city from moving to the midwest? absolutely nothing. Working at a restaurant while going to a community college and staying debt free is possible for anyone.
2020-11-12 16:59
#216
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United States Masshole
This is almost 100% true My parents made around 200k-300k each year and were taxed to shit also 45% of americans are certainly not making less than 30k each year statista.com/statistics/203183/percentag.. blog.thesalarycalculator.co.uk/paye/tax/.. If you're are poor or upper middle class in the Uk you are taxed far less but if you are middle class then you are taxed far more
2020-11-11 20:13
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you provided a link that shows 53% of HOUSEHOLDS make $0-75k, you can literally google "what percentage of Americans make over 30k" and you will see many articles, there shouldn't be much tax difference from uk-usa till you are earning $65k-70k+, if you live in the uk and earn $70k you are in the top 10% btw, the UK tax system benefits 90% of the population instead of bending for the top earners, you may not like it and support his statement with parents earnings 300k but that doesnt mean he/you is correct, just out of touch
2020-11-12 11:14
and just to add on, clearly with a household income of 300k they dont understand USA has a homelessness crisis 30x worse than the UK, 3.5% of the population living on less than $5 per day (UK is 0.4%) and is the only first world country that doesnt have 100% access to clean water for its citizens, maybes if they redistributed the wealth better instead of favouring the already very rich it wouldn't have these problems and i honestly couldnt care less if a household already earning 300k in the UK is paying more tax than in America to not let the bottom live like literal shit, but for sure he is right america's tax system is great! (for the top 20%)
2020-11-12 11:31
name and Flair checks out
2020-11-12 12:42
UK tax system is much better for the vast majority of people. Also a collective benefit to universal healthcare for business owners and other wealthy people so it makes sense for them to pay into national insurance even if they have private coverage.
2020-11-13 13:38
#207
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Denmark WeiZy0
Im kinda still leeching from my parents, so I dont pay rent. So I've decent amount of money for myself every month, but yes, taxes... Takes like 40% from me :(
2020-11-11 18:40
Depends on where you want to live(Denmark) In Copenhagen something like that could cost around 1,5-2k
2020-11-10 20:31
15 replies
HOLY FUCK
2020-11-10 20:37
#209
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Denmark WeiZy0
u mean dollars right? Else I would love to see where u live lmfao
2020-11-11 18:49
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#217
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United States Masshole
Yeah he is saying that like its expensive lmfao for a capital that is quite cheap
2020-11-11 20:14
10 replies
2k euro’s for a small apartment, there is only a few countries in Europe where it would be higher
2020-11-11 21:33
7 replies
Dude it's not 2k for a small apartment... for 2k you can rent a really nice apartment. 1k-1.2k is more realistic for a studio
2020-11-12 09:22
6 replies
yea, its just that this guy is saying that its cheap. And for 2k you can get a nice apartment, but it would still pretty small compared to what that could get you in most cities
2020-11-12 09:29
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He didn't say it was cheap unless you meant DKK. I rented a 65sqm apartment in Nørrebro (one of the most expensive parts of Copenhagen), for $650, and lived there for two years, so it is possible. To get something remotely cheap you either need to know someone or rent privately or through your union or some shit. But if you rent directly from a blackstone-like company, the rent will be much higher.
2020-11-12 09:47
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"Yeah he is saying that like its expensive lmfao for a capital that is quite cheap" That guy knew i was talking about euro's And thats an insane deal for 650, you cant even get that in some of the bigger cities in jutland. Unless like you said, you got some contacts
2020-11-12 09:57
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Nvm I read the wrong comment mens), so I was wrong. Yep it was a good deal, but so is my rent now, where I pay 360 to my girlfriend for 60 sqm to share, also in Copenhagen, but in Amager, eksdee
2020-11-12 10:00
2 replies
very nice:) hopefully I can get something similar when I move
2020-11-12 10:04
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Start with buying a small apartment, and in a few years you'll be able to move to a bigger, if you live in the city. That was my biggest mistake not doing. Even though I make 15k DKK/month more than my girlfriend, she bought this apartment 7 years ago and now she is financially stronger than me, because she paid off a bit of the loan, and the apartment could be sold for more than it was bought for.
2020-11-12 10:17
#273
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Denmark WeiZy0
Its not cheap in copenhagen, not at all.. I could get the same in my region for half the Price atleast..
2020-11-12 08:34
A capital that is cheap? I don't follow? Cheap how?
2020-11-12 09:23
Euro’s but yea
2020-11-11 21:31
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#272
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Denmark WeiZy0
Yeah I just hoped u didnt answer in DKK :D
2020-11-12 08:33
I pay 290€ for rent, share with 2 other guys, 1 bedroom each ( I have biggest one ) + big kitchen
2020-11-10 20:30
8 replies
only 1 bedroom ? grrrrrrrrr
2020-11-10 20:31
3 replies
what? I'm not complaining if that's what you think
2020-11-10 20:32
how tf you gonna be sleeping in two bedrooms at once??
2020-11-10 20:38
1 reply
A few hours here and a few hours there like a true chad
2020-11-10 23:29
you have biggest one? how do you know? did you measure all of them?
2020-11-10 21:15
3 replies
yes in the big kitchen
2020-11-10 21:26
2 replies
did you chop the others to make them smaller than yours?
2020-11-10 21:33
1 reply
sssttt dont say that loud
2020-11-10 22:15
you live in London right ? then it's understandable
2020-11-10 20:31
9 replies
health insurance in uk? i arent think that
2020-11-10 20:32
6 replies
I live in the Netherlands right now, but London isn't cheap either.
2020-11-10 20:45
5 replies
Do you live in Amsterdam? My room is 370€ for 16sq meters, in Groningen. I can only think of Amsterdam having such high prices.
2020-11-10 20:52
4 replies
Eindhoven. Sharing is cheaper indeed but I can't stand 99% of the people.
2020-11-10 20:54
3 replies
wtf mens, dutch people friendliest ever))
2020-11-10 20:59
2 replies
nothing to do with dutch mens)))
2020-11-10 21:00
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then why not live with other dutchmens mens))
2020-11-10 21:00
you kidding? a studio flat in London zone 1-4 will set you back over 2.5k per month including council tax, bills and all the basic shit. Upside is that you do not have to pay for medical insurance, as we still have the NHS(thank god). Even if you get a 1.5-2k salary it is almost impossible to get away from renting a room in a shared appartment unless you split with your gf or partner.
2020-11-10 21:36
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I’ve recently sorted a job in London for when I finish uni next year. Pay is £29k which after tax and national insurance comes out at just under £24k take home or 2k a month. Even though it’s a seriously good wage and more than I’ve ever earned before, even sharing with my gf I’ll be spending probably more than half my wages on rent. I recently lived in Birmingham in a really nice area, rent was £850 a month, 2 bed 2 bathroom so between me and my mate £425 each. I earned just over minimum wage and it was very affordable, probably around 1/3rd of my income.
2020-11-14 11:40
flag doesn't check out
2020-11-10 20:31
i pay like 600€ in just rent + other outcomes such as parking, internet, garabemanaging etc so in total like 730€ each month in suburban to Stockholm. Its 63sqm
2020-11-10 20:33
3 replies
What about your whore budget ?
2020-11-10 20:38
2 replies
I shag people for free, can't afford whores
2020-11-10 20:45
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#255
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Slovenia ville5005
HAHAHAHHAHA +1
2020-11-11 21:27
are you american by any chance?
2020-11-10 20:33
5 replies
That is rude.
2020-11-10 20:46
2 replies
soooo are you?
2020-11-10 20:46
1 reply
Of course not
2020-11-10 20:48
my sister says that's racist
2020-11-10 21:12
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name checks out
2020-11-10 21:13
#11
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Sweden shonk
800 euro for a preety good appartement in an average swedish city (hall + room) I used to pay around 500 before moving to the center
2020-11-10 20:36
8 replies
that's pretty f'ing cheap
2020-11-12 08:38
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#332
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Sweden shonk
Ye its a preety average swedish city so its not that expensive unlike in Stockholm or especially Köbenhavn
2020-11-12 12:49
6 replies
Copenhagen is fucking stupid, my parents bought a 8.000.000 dkk house, and its only 220 sq/m. Which in other places in Denmark or the US cost a fifth
2020-11-12 14:11
5 replies
Mens, can I send your father my CV? What does he do?
2020-11-12 14:12
4 replies
He's managing 250 employees in a sector of TDC called net design, they make the danish tax site, 112 among others
2020-11-12 14:14
I don't exactly recall his formal title
2020-11-12 14:15
2 replies
Damn it mens, I am an engineer.
2020-11-12 14:25
1 reply
damn, that sucks :(
2020-11-12 14:30
In Riga Latvia, its around 300E for 2 bedroom flat. But here we have around 600E montly income. So half is def gone
2020-11-10 20:34
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#333
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Sweden shonk
600e? isnt it 800 or something like that?
2020-11-12 12:49
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#393
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Poland dGe_GoD
no, broky can confirm.
2020-11-12 21:39
#13
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Romania JeeFo
Average rents in big cities in my country: - one room 250 - 300€ - two rooms 300 - 350 € - three rooms 400 - 450 € What's funny is that I live in what's considered a low-end EU country but 99% of people own their houses which really adds to the overall quality of life. You own your roof, you can pass it on to your kids, you are not enslaved by mortgage.
2020-11-10 20:36
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yee, living in germany rn and paying 500€ for sharing an appartment (although its a nice appartment) is whack. mb i should have moved further east to study...
2020-11-10 20:41
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#38
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World breezy0
if you are from norway you should be used to these prices, most likely you pay even more there. i'm also living in a shared flat right now with 5 other people and i pay 350€. depends a lot on the city also obviously and if it's in western or eastern germany.
2020-11-10 20:50
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i'm doing duales studium in germany, so I have a german sallary, but yeah, the prices are crazy in norway too
2020-11-10 20:54
1 reply
In warsaw you would find a flat 40-50 m2 for your own for 500€ in good standard
2020-11-12 09:10
#43
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Romania JeeFo
I think EE is slowly becoming really attractive. Societies here are not as civilized and organized as Western societies (they are more temperamental / choleric, people can pass as rude) but it's peaceful with very low violent crime rates, no islamists and if you have good skills you can find a good job in a multinational company, especially in the IT sector that pays well and you're settled. Another thing that's really crappy in EE is the overall infrastructure and health care system.
2020-11-10 20:51
You see it's great that you can live cheap and own your own house, but they problem with that is that you do live in a third world country. so nah I'd rather pay three times that and have to worry about lead poisoning when I drink from a tap
2020-11-10 20:48
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#63
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Romania JeeFo
Yeah, but you see, I don't live in a third world country. To give you a comparison that you can maybe relate to, the only country in South America that's comparable to Romania in terms of quality of life is Uruguay, only that in Romania you have a much smaller crime rate and a slightly higher purchase power, so overall better than Uruguay. And Uruguay compared to Brazil is like Germany compared to Turkey.
2020-11-10 20:58
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#220
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United States Masshole
EXACTLY i have no idea why people call countries in eastern europe "third world" makes 0 sense at all ive been to mexico countless times and i know what third world looks like
2020-11-11 20:17
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#223
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Romania JeeFo
Probably ignorance. Even the shittiest countries in Europe are still a better place to live in than South American countries, African countries, most Asian countries. But somehow people believe that Eastern Europe is third world. Don't get me wrong, it's not paradise, but it's definitely not bad.
2020-11-11 20:21
probably all those 1% left went here in Sweden finding their roofs at grocery stores
2020-11-10 20:51
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nah mens, they have big villas back home, most of them youtube.com/watch?v=tB46su_WjV8&ab_chann.. one gypsy village
2020-11-10 21:18
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damn, I thought they were victims of humantraficking Now it turns out that they are better off than me being a student haha
2020-11-10 21:31
3 replies
i all honesty, it's just a few who profit from this, they would do crazy shit like mutilating their kids to impress people when begging. they also sell their newborn to paedophiles from west. force thousands of women to practice prostitution in west too. horrible people. not all of them, but a lot of them
2020-11-10 21:35
2 replies
wtf
2020-11-10 21:39
1 reply
there's many more things they do, they were just examples.
2020-11-10 21:40
2100 Euro for 75 sqm
2020-11-10 20:36
5 replies
#128
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Finland tuksu22
wtf men my salary after tax is 1500€/month and i work 40h/week :((
2020-11-10 22:27
3 replies
wtf men sucks to be you lol shouldn't have dropped out of school
2020-11-11 10:15
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#146
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Finland tuksu22
nah man i will be starting to learn engineering in uni next autumn, just need to finish army first :p
2020-11-11 10:18
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#299
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Belgium lil_vodka
in the belgian army u get 1650€/month and we dont have army duty xD
2020-11-12 10:29
#221
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United States Masshole
flag checks out
2020-11-11 20:17
#15
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Canada sad_face
Slavery. And we agree to be the slaves.
2020-11-10 20:36
16 replies
Speak for yourself, Im a free man who's gonna get a good job and actually make smth of my life
2020-11-10 20:53
13 replies
Not if you live in the Netherlands my mens, go somewhere else.
2020-11-10 21:24
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#301
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Belgium lil_vodka
whats wrong with the netherlands except of Amsterdam its pretty nice over there
2020-11-12 10:32
what's wrong with netherlands
2020-11-12 13:29
#125
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Canada sad_face
Good slave
2020-11-10 22:11
7 replies
Well okay say im a slave, but im happy and whats more important in life than happiness?
2020-11-10 23:11
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#300
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Belgium lil_vodka
beer
2020-11-12 10:31
5 replies
Beer leeds to happiness right so in the end it all comes down to being happy
2020-11-12 11:06
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#327
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Belgium lil_vodka
jullie hollanders zijn altijd zulke optimisten geweest gotta admit that
2020-11-12 11:41
3 replies
we are one of the happiest people in the world
2020-11-12 12:27
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#335
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Belgium lil_vodka
in 1945 it was the ussr & america now no one should be proud tbh i have a lot of respect towards finland tho but thats my opinion
2020-11-12 13:10
1 reply
Wdym?
2020-11-12 13:42
you'll end up working for someone else anyways
2020-11-11 20:39
1 reply
2020-11-11 21:07
#94
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Portugal Surya
cost of living is ridiculous for most people nowadays
2020-11-10 21:23
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#304
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Belgium lil_vodka
especially in the wealthy countries
2020-11-12 10:33
#16
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Brazil 1930
used to pay 1000 for a 2 bedroom in spain, old disgusting house here in br for 500 euro i live in a nice 3 bedroom 2 balconies jacuzzi flat
2020-11-10 20:36
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#106
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Spain RULIKO
then u were scammed
2020-11-10 21:32
6 replies
LOl yes, i am 15 min. walk to Sagrada Familia in Barcelona and 750 for a 3 bedroom flat. Granted, that with Spain salaries this is still quite a lot if you are not able to sub-rent a room at least. with all the utilities it amounts to over 850 per month as there is no heating.
2020-11-10 21:41
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#115
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Spain RULIKO
still, here u can rent for 350 a 3 room house with all equiped so idk and what so ever, who would rent when u can buy from bank smth, pay 10 years and then keep it yours.
2020-11-10 21:42
4 replies
whaattttt, I am moving there mens.
2020-11-10 21:43
? where? surely not in zone 1 in BCN or Madrid...???? Buying from a bank is a good option only if you do not need finance, as credits will become unsustainable in this country in the short to mid term, and as always in this situations, the government will side with the financial institutions and respect the right to reposession.
2020-11-10 21:45
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#122
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Spain RULIKO
La manga, beautiful very small city with beach and good weather the 75% of the year
2020-11-10 21:49
My sister lives nearby Camp Nou at Les corts, she and her bf pay around 900€ for a small apartment, a decent one but not a big one, but both earn in total together around 75 k a year so no big deal.
2020-11-11 20:50
Here i pay the equivalent of 100€ for rent. The equivalent of 1,50€ for a good meal. And no need for health insurance, we have SUS ^^ I survive here with 450€ monthly
2020-11-10 20:36
1 reply
damn, you live better than I do.
2020-11-10 20:49
You can rent apartments for about 150-200 euros in the countryside,in bigger cities its 300-400 but these are the lowest you can get,it only goes up higher. But the average salary is like 6-700 euros so yeah...
2020-11-10 20:39
#22
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Germany BIG2020
I own a Flat.. but i can tell you that rents around here are INSANE. 500€ for a one room appartment.. everything else is 800-1200€+ its fucking disgusting that those rents arent capped at some point..
2020-11-10 20:39
3 replies
owning a flat in Germany? How common is that? Thought germans like to rent?
2020-11-10 20:47
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#37
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Germany BIG2020
its inherited. basicly its a two family house.. with 2 seperate flats. i would say its not that common compared to rented flats.
2020-11-10 20:49
if you think 500€ for a studio is disusting, then you haven't seen shit
2020-11-12 11:08
330 euro for a 18kvm room, not too bad
2020-11-10 20:46
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#305
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Belgium lil_vodka
damn thats cheap for sweden
2020-11-12 10:36
1 reply
ikr
2020-11-12 14:58
540€/month for 40.5m^2 rowhouse apartment. Also this is kinda old house, moving to a bigger one soon, too small and too expensive.
2020-11-10 20:46
5 replies
How is that expensive? That is good value.
2020-11-10 20:49
4 replies
Well might be compared to Europe, but in Finland it is quite expensive. I'd understand the price in a city, but I live in a 10000 people county council.
2020-11-10 20:56
3 replies
#306
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Belgium lil_vodka
do u know the average salary in finland? i would like to move to your country for a few years & will it be hard for a non finnish speaker to work as a front-end developer(webdesign)?
2020-11-12 10:39
2 replies
Well average salary is about 2600€/month, which is quite ok I think. It might be hard to work here, just because of this fucking random language. There is still some people who needs web pages in English, for example me if my plans comes true.
2020-11-13 11:49
everyone you work with in IT speaks English so no problem m8 if you don't speak Finnish. Especially the start-up world is very multinational
2020-11-14 18:10
Are you living in london or what? Cause thats a lot even for london standards
2020-11-10 20:50
2 replies
Netherlands.. that is not a lot for London if you want to live alone.
2020-11-10 20:57
1 reply
yes it is, i had a 4 bedroom with a kitchen flat for 1400
2020-11-10 21:10
#40
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France cestkazz
800 € for a small one, that sucks, i know
2020-11-10 20:50
2 replies
we are dying in shoeboxes mens
2020-11-10 20:51
1 reply
#68
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Portugal Surya
the coffin apartments
2020-11-10 21:01
303€ for 18kvm room, shared shower with 12 others tho
2020-11-10 20:52
3 replies
fattig student
2020-11-10 20:54
1 reply
Japp :(
2020-11-10 22:54
shared shower are big yikes for me, sorry man
2020-11-11 17:26
#50
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United States Masshole
I make around 3000$ a month and i live in an apartment in springfield thats around 900$ a month So half of my income goes toward rent,food,health insurance (300$ a month), and car insurance
2020-11-10 20:53
1 reply
#76
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Lebanon Dogman69
pretty cheap
2020-11-10 21:06
I pay 500$/month.
2020-11-10 20:55
im not renting but we have a flat given out for roughly 400$/mo its a pretty average price here
2020-11-10 20:58
i live rent free in ur head
2020-11-10 21:01
2 replies
Amazing NA humour, you got this mens
2020-11-10 21:01
1 reply
not humor
2020-11-10 21:02
400 euros for 90m in front of beach With fireplace - parking
2020-11-10 21:02
2 replies
oh mens))) + plus nice greek food as well..
2020-11-10 21:03
1 reply
+1 It’s everywhere the same in Europe Here salaries are 1000-1200 euros so you pay 1/3 for rent . Pretty much everywhere it’s the same shit 1/3 from income Go to rent.
2020-11-10 21:08
there will be a book out on november 24 literally about your problem, check this short podcast with the author youtube.com/watch?v=4fh5UvV8hfU&feature=.. edit: amazon.com/New-Enclosure-Appropriation-N.. here's his previous one, might wanna check it out
2020-11-10 21:10
i guess i was a bit more lucky 60m² - 540€, sharing with gf in perfect central calm spot next to the university -> much less spendings on fuel usually the monthly costs here are wayyyyyyyyyyy above that
2020-11-10 21:06
2 replies
where mens?
2020-11-10 21:08
1 reply
Nuremberg germany
2020-11-10 21:09
#77
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Europe tfuki
500€ 50sm big city medium standard
2020-11-10 21:08
1 reply
where is this?
2020-11-10 21:08
I rent out my 62 sqm apartment in Stockholm for around 1.3k euro
2020-11-10 21:17
2 replies
You own a flat in Stockholm? How rich are you mens?
2020-11-10 21:19
1 reply
Im not rich mens you only need to pay 15% of the appartment value to be able to take a loan for the rest. For me it ended up being around 40k euro
2020-11-10 21:28
I don't pay rent my dad is a landlord
2020-11-10 21:19
2 replies
give him a hug and a kiss
2020-11-10 21:20
#307
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Belgium lil_vodka
my mom is also a landlady its a big advantage these days u can save a lot of money
2020-11-12 10:44
£1300 3 bedroom house outskirts of london. one room is rent to a couple, but still, for 650 i have 2 rooms, and living room
2020-11-10 21:20
2 replies
lots of Romanians in London mens
2020-11-10 21:23
1 reply
indeed. too bad that a lot are doing shit things
2020-11-10 21:24
#98
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Portugal Surya
We dont live nowadays, we exist to work and pay taxes nothing else
2020-11-10 21:25
2 replies
The Matrix was real after all.
2020-11-10 21:26
1 reply
#105
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Portugal Surya
Unfortunately yes. We are basically Duracell batteries to keep a huge system of corruption going
2020-11-10 21:32
€550 utility included. 33m2. but i get money from the government (around 40% of my rent) cuz im a student which is nice. city center next to the uni
2020-11-10 21:27
1 reply
How much is a 2-bd near UvA?
2020-11-10 21:47
The rent you pay depends a lot on location, demand and to some degree on exact place you rent. In the long it is generally better to buy than to rent, but it depends on how often you want to move around and there is also freedom in renting which you do not have when buying (until you build up surplus value, then you can lend against you home for really low interest). With current interest rates money is really cheap, so if you can swing the down payment buying is looking like a real good deal.
2020-11-10 21:29
1 reply
that is way too logical and useful advice for hltv mens
2020-11-10 21:43
rent is $2500k easily in central London
2020-11-10 21:32
2 replies
you need to find a sugar daddy if you want to live in central london mens)))
2020-11-10 21:40
1 reply
I take this as a compliment as I do live in central London - I got a good deal on the rent though
2020-11-10 22:25
Taxation is theft. Specially when you lived your whole life in the state simulation Germany.
2020-11-10 21:42
My pal and I pay 2k pln (~$500) a month. 45m^2, utilities included
2020-11-10 21:43
1 reply
krakow is so nice mens, i could live there
2020-11-10 21:58
1000€ 52m2 in the center of Helsinki.
2020-11-10 21:57
It is normal price for Europe.
2020-11-10 23:30
2 replies
It shouldn't be mens
2020-11-10 23:42
1 reply
yep, probably
2020-11-10 23:43
#135
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Finland 7ones
1000 € for 38m2 studio
2020-11-10 23:35
2 replies
Helsinki?
2020-11-12 21:35
1 reply
#427
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Finland 7ones
Yes, Helsinki
2020-11-14 11:02
I finished paying my loans, so I only pay 800 Euros for 86m2 apartment in Copenhagen East (the nice part). But when you have to pay loan + rent, then the expense is double that or more. Non-private Student housing (Kollegie) is subsidised, so it´s payable for students. Here is a link with a selection of apartments in Copenhagen, their size and rent. 500 Euro (3750 dkr) for 42m2 is typical. In reality many are much smaller (15m2), and a shared kitchen, dining room, tv-room, laundry room etc is included in the 42m2. findkollegie.dk/bolig-region/kobenhavn But there are not enough to cover the need, and if you have to rent outside this system it can easily cost double.
2020-11-10 23:51
#141
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Denmark e1kzeb
Esbjerg, 1+1, 85m2, 1200€
2020-11-10 23:54
5th largest city in Sweden. And i pay around 450$ /month for 67m2. Before that, i rented a house, outside town for about 550$. That sounds expensive for Eindhoven....
2020-11-10 23:59
715$ for a three and a half
2020-11-11 00:03
I pay mortgage loan 220eur/month. My work provides me with health insurance.
2020-11-11 10:23
#148
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Germany snicxx
in europe you fkin live to work. you are resources for them who playing this gouvernement idiots their paychecks and vip clubs. that's why we have less rich people here. ofc less poor but this people here are just simply lazy and uneducated. just move out of europe if you have ambitions to not being a modern slave.
2020-11-11 10:25
3 replies
What countries outside of europe are you talking about? In the US you are even more of a slave, same thing in asian countries like Japan or south korea. The grass is always greener on the other side, we actually have it pretty good here in germany with worker rights and strong unions
2020-11-11 17:19
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#203
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Germany snicxx
not really. you paying half of your salery for this stupid nations and now in corona time you getting nothing back. stupid law system etc. and for every fkin thing you need a permission. in asia if you have ambitions, you are in the 20% of the rich and can get really rich by skill. in germany not. for lazy people with no ambitions it's a perfect place to live. you can live the same days until u die without being worried about anything. to getting a ridiculous amount of pension later
2020-11-11 18:32
1 reply
man he is right, if your labor isnt worthy in germany then where?
2020-11-11 18:43
#156
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Czech Republic poledne
in cezch you can get like 3+1 in capital city with good positioning .... really nice money
2020-11-11 16:34
No clue, we don't rent out apartments. I think it should be around $1500CAD for an apartment in Vancouver. Beijing, it depends on the area a lot. My neighbors rented theirs out for around 70000 RMB a month. But it's a ~450m^2 luxury apartment with 4 bedrooms.
2020-11-11 16:54
5 replies
rich chinese peeps in Vancouver is a problem mens, they have inflated the house prices so much in the last 20 years.
2020-11-11 16:56
4 replies
I wouldn't say all the blame are on Chinese (a pretty large portion is though). Vancouver and Canada is just a really desirable place to live in. Everyone is going there. But, Vancouver house prices have been falling a lot recently so good for locals but bad for us.
2020-11-11 17:00
1 reply
Not all Chinese but from what I read and seen, it was mostly chinese mens)) I thought the Canadian government has introduced a new foreign buyer tax ? It is a beautiful place though, I would love to live there!
2020-11-11 17:09
I mean, if chinese wouldnt do it. Someone else would. It would happen eventually.
2020-11-11 17:16
1 reply
only if your government let it, and they always will, sadly.
2020-11-11 17:17
do you have to pay health insurance after paying %50 in taxes??? I thought UK was a nice country lmao
2020-11-11 16:55
2 replies
Not UK, Netherlands. I was shocked too when I was told I had to pay for health insurance. UK is the bestest country in the world!
2020-11-11 16:57
1 reply
#437
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Estonia mr_abdul
how much is it though?
2020-11-14 13:18
Holy, I just realized. €1000 for 24m^2??? Is that downtown London??? Edit: nvm just saw #160 Dang, where do you live? I've never heard of a really expensive area in the Netherlands.
2020-11-11 17:00
rent is to high in europe
2020-11-11 16:58
i pay under 100 $ at my 60sqm and today i bought 6 pcs of roaccetune + lots of skin care cream for free, 2 years ago i got gynecomastia operation for free (healtcare is cheap af is here), food is also cheap. we have shitty economy but this country is cheap then eu by far obviously
2020-11-11 17:08
5 replies
turkish lira has crashed big time, healthcare in turkey is not as bad as some people say.
2020-11-11 17:11
3 replies
it did yes but we will see way better days when we get rid of that government party
2020-11-11 17:14
2 replies
ab sivilce ilacı beleş mi
2020-11-11 20:09
1 reply
ben vermedim aga babamın sigortadan karsılandı heralde amk
2020-11-12 08:58
+1 if you live in a small city or town you might pay less than 75€ for a 100sqm, 4 room apartment another +1 I stayed in hospital for 3 days and I didn't eat or drink anything, everything I need was given via serum and they brought free food to my accompany 2 times a day. We paid nothing. Sounds communist lol Looks like when you pay double the price of a car as taxes, some of it somehow might comeback, but never compensated, I think.
2020-11-12 09:43
I don't see how your rent is related to the government. I own my places. So no rent.
2020-11-11 17:12
1 reply
you might have dyslexia
2020-11-11 17:12
About 300€ rent. I get around 900-1200€ a month. Sadly im not dj.
2020-11-11 17:15
5 replies
#308
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Belgium lil_vodka
damn what do u do for living cuz thats a very good salary for russia & plz dont say u live in st p or moscow
2020-11-12 10:46
4 replies
I live in Finland. I was born in russia thus the flag
2020-11-12 18:23
3 replies
#402
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Belgium lil_vodka
i would like to move to finland for a few years how do foreigners do who dont speak finnish in finland i wanna work as a tolk or webdesigner the thing is that im still in school & i dont know what i wanna do with my life i speak dutch fluently, my english is pretty good but not excellent, i know a bit of french but i dont want to improve this language & last but not least my russian knowledge is the same like a 12yo but i cant write sadly enough i thought of being a translator between the russian& finnish border but im not sure if they will accept me cuz i dont speak finnish but i assume that u fins know ur english so my question is do i have some job opportunities in the eastern part of finland btw if that wont be a good option i could come as a frontend developer but i would prefer the first option cuz i think its something more for me
2020-11-13 01:03
2 replies
Well, in the big cities like the capital, people know how to talk in English pretty decently. Up north where the cities are smaller (villages) and where theres alot of farms and forests people have pretty broken English. Also depends on the border. I noticed people on the Swedish border speak pretty good English. TLDR: People in the centre of Finland speak worse English than near borders.
2020-11-13 15:18
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#425
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Belgium lil_vodka
except of helsinki ofc
2020-11-13 15:40
650 for 75 squaremeter here. plus 12squaremeter balcony, jackpot baby.
2020-11-11 17:17
#176
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Germany Germania
Wtf whats your salary?
2020-11-11 17:19
10 replies
€2500 after tax, es3tag earns more in one month than I do in one year, why tf did I do a PhD for mens??
2020-11-11 17:23
9 replies
PhD on what? just curious
2020-11-11 17:25
8 replies
Nanoelectronics/Materials Eng
2020-11-11 17:29
7 replies
that sounds so insanely boring how cant you find a job for it?
2020-11-11 17:39
6 replies
It only sounds boring because your brain is insanely small.
2020-11-11 17:40
4 replies
that and im high
2020-11-11 17:40
your brain is so big that you can barely afford food aaxaxaxaxax so smart mens !
2020-11-11 20:41
2 replies
at least I am gay
2020-11-11 20:44
1 reply
#310
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Belgium lil_vodka
imagine being straight in 2020
2020-11-12 10:48
#309
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Belgium lil_vodka
KEKW boring = ez job
2020-11-12 10:47
I pay R$650 (100 Euro) for rent 35 m² apartment with 1 bedroom where me and my girlfriend live at the moment. Sadly that's more than a third of my salary but what can I do
2020-11-11 17:19
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#198
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Brazil santosfc
which state you from?? I pay R$1.7k for a 40sqm studio in SP and it's cheap compared to neighborhoods close to Paulista avenue
2020-11-11 17:44
200-300€ for shared with own room in prague 100-200€ for shared in my town (100k people) I play 115€ for dorm in Prague
2020-11-11 17:27
become hgv driver, electrician or any other proffession , so ull be making at least 3k a month
2020-11-11 17:27
#185
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United Kingdom Tormaz
Anywhere outside of London/Manchester/Liverpool you will pay 600 tops for a decent terraced house, for a flat way below 500. Save the rest for deposit. Then for 800-1000 with bills you'll be able to pay off your own 3-bedroom house. If you live in London and complain, it is purely your own choice and fault. Do not be a hipster pussy and move somewhere you can afford.
2020-11-11 17:29
2 replies
Ouch, mens I don't even live in the UK right now but you are right. Renting in London is awful.
2020-11-11 17:31
1 reply
#192
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United Kingdom Tormaz
Well, currently we are not living, but existing in the UK. Government is a joke, measures are a joke, people are a joke - atm it's just a comedy shitshow. Probs in a couple of months it will get better, but 2020 was awful so far, stay away, if you can.
2020-11-11 17:37
#188
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Portugal VCSousa
I pay to the bank for a right new T3 apartment wiith pool, garden and playground for the kids, 270€.
2020-11-11 17:32
2 replies
Tier 3 apartment?? Sell the kids and get a T1 flat.
2020-11-11 17:34
1 reply
#367
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Portugal VCSousa
I dont know if in the other countries you use the same "names". T1 house is an house with 1 Bedroom, T2 with 2, etc.. So, a T3, in my case is: 3 Bedrooms, 2WC, 1 Kitchen, 1 living/dinner room, 1 garage, a little yar.
2020-11-12 16:12
dont live in fucking london you dumb cunt
2020-11-11 17:38
1 reply
ho doesnt
2020-11-11 18:38
Damn I cant even imagine paying this much money I only pay 150€ a month for 32m² here is a video of my apartment youtube.com/watch?v=9wnKDA5gqh4
2020-11-11 17:54
3 replies
how its that cheap?
2020-11-11 18:38
1 reply
It's not a rental apartment. You buy an apartment, then you pay a sort of community fee for the management of the house, trashes, heating etc.
2020-11-13 08:16
#311
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Belgium lil_vodka
u share it with someone else?
2020-11-12 10:50
#202
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Ukraine vols
€800 rent + €160 utilities (gas, electricity, internet). 70 sqm, 15-20 min walk from the city center. Beautiful 19 century house with high ceilings. I find Vienna really affordable.
2020-11-11 18:02
uk is a mess all around, maybe worse then the usa
2020-11-11 18:35
4 replies
people like you make it worse!
2020-11-11 20:02
1 reply
doesn't seem to be the case
2020-11-12 14:30
#227
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United States Masshole
Hes not even living in the UK lol Also There are numerous areas in both countries where the quality of life is way higher than in the major cities despite the cost of rent being nearly half as much
2020-11-11 20:39
1 reply
Of course
2020-11-12 14:31
400-600€ moscow
2020-11-11 20:01
i pay 400euro for 6324sqm including water and heat
2020-11-11 20:02
4 replies
what? 6324 sqm?
2020-11-11 20:57
3 replies
it is greenland mens, it is massive. you ask for 60, they give you 6000
2020-11-11 21:03
1 reply
Thats almost as big as my fucking country da fuq xd
2020-11-11 21:03
63**
2020-11-12 17:48
I pay 0$ for rent
2020-11-11 20:05
There is always Syria or Somalia where the goverment dont work if you dont like what you have now.. at least it will make you understand how good you have it now.
2020-11-11 20:15
6 replies
can't get a visa :(
2020-11-11 20:35
5 replies
You dont really need a visa. or you do.. but not like their is much control.. Depending on the way you use. The hard part will be passing through other nations.
2020-11-11 20:44
4 replies
no worries mens, half of somalia and syria are here.
2020-11-11 21:11
3 replies
Well they are not. But it does sound they should be, they would really appreciate what you have, and since you dont they would be more happy having it that you are.
2020-11-11 21:16
2 replies
You are working hard and paying your taxes then, eh?
2020-11-11 21:18
1 reply
What im doing dont really matter. I dont even live in the UK. And im not making the claims and complaints. you are. So it can only has something to do with you and how many would consider what you have like the greatest gift.. people in the west are just so use to getting, they feel like its a right for them.
2020-11-11 21:23
You pay that much in tax because a lot of poor idiots have been convinced by billionaires to give billionaires a tax cut.
2020-11-11 20:19
I dont pay i live at me moms 200 sqms
2020-11-11 20:31
7 replies
will your mom let me live with you???
2020-11-11 20:37
4 replies
well there would be some room upstairs with me
2020-11-11 20:45
3 replies
you are masturbaiting with me mens)))
2020-11-11 20:46
2 replies
i can give helping hand )))
2020-11-11 20:53
1 reply
deal mens, let's masturbait together!!!
2020-11-11 21:04
#231
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CIS Arztyy
protect her at all cost
2020-11-11 20:42
1 reply
doink already
2020-11-11 20:45
700dollar in Stockholm
2020-11-11 20:39
linnegatan gothenburg, 38sq apartment 870e/month, everything included. built and renovated 2018 i got lucky though because i made connections
2020-11-11 21:06
1 reply
if you know friberg, tell him I love him.
2020-11-11 21:08
Rent for the apartment i live in while attending college is 100€ +water/electricity/trash which i pay 50/50 with my roomate (50€ each). Dorms in my town are 16€ a month. 19€ for the better ones for better students.
2020-11-11 21:08
So you're just gonna ignore the benefits you receive by paying said taxes?
2020-11-11 21:12
3 replies
I don't get any benefits. Government says I can survive on my own salary, I am not poor enough. They are right but I work hard for it. I don't sit at home and claim benefits, they are only slightly poorer than me.
2020-11-11 21:17
2 replies
I'm not talking about benefits in the UK sense, i should have been clearer i meant services like education, healthcare, etc.
2020-11-11 21:45
1 reply
it costs £27000 to get a degree in the UK, so education is not free, healthcare in the UK is by far the bestest though.
2020-11-11 21:59
#258
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Netherlands EFR89
If you can you should buy a property instead. Look at the provinces in the north or south of the Netherlands. So Groningen, Leeuwarden, Drenthe and Limburg. Those should have relatively low prices resulting in relatively low monthly interest rate for a mortgage :-) Living in Amsterdam may sound as a tourist nice but the costs there are ridiculous.
2020-11-11 21:34
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#259
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Netherlands EFR89
Look at something like this for example: funda.nl/koop/groningen/appartement-4119.. + 5min from central station + private parking + monthly costs of around 500 depending on the mortgage terms + relatively new, so probably no upcoming maintenance costs
2020-11-11 21:40
Not worth it either way coz in 30 years half of NL will be underwater
2020-11-12 21:56
2 replies
#399
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Netherlands EFR89
Rofl, that's never going to happen bro. Anyway, you could always go to Limburg or Drenthe then.
2020-11-12 23:26
1 reply
hope so, just saw a documentary about your gov preparing for the worst but yea those areas will be fine either way
2020-11-13 00:22
#261
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Estonia mr_abdul
Apartments in Tallinn for that price kv.ee/?act=search.simple&last_deal_type=..
2020-11-11 21:52
3 replies
damnnnn, much better than what i am getting mens.
2020-11-11 21:55
1 reply
#264
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Estonia mr_abdul
I mean salaries are lower too, avg salary here is 1.4k - taxes, so that's like 1.1k that u get, so most can't afford 1k on rent. how much is 1k for an average britt tho? I'm assuming u guys make at least 2x more than us, still 1k for a small studio apartment sounds insane to me
2020-11-11 22:00
Rent in Estonia is cheap overall tho. My friends paid 400€ total for 2 bedroom + living room flat in Talinn. it wasn't city center, but for sure it wasn't super far from it. And the standard weren't bad either. It was 2015 tho, not sure if it changed a lot
2020-11-12 09:39
0 rent i live in basement
2020-11-11 22:14
$360/mo, 21m2 (living in student dorm/studentkorridor) Skövde
2020-11-12 01:22
#275
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Korea XigNw0w
Me and my girlfriend pay around 750$ but you have to consider she does part-time nurse job currently, while I'm studying and we have two dogs, so it's kinda expensive.
2020-11-12 08:50
#279
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New Zealand rOtten_97
I don't pay, my parents do. I'm 20 btw :P
2020-11-12 09:21
I pay 380$/month to my gal, whose apartment I live in, in Copenhagen. Pretty sweet times.
2020-11-12 09:27
My brother gave 1800 in NL for a small shithole. I pay 850 for a loft in Be
2020-11-12 09:31
So I am renting a flat with my gf close to citycenter of Białystok (300 000 population). We pay 400€ with additional costs (net, heating etc) for 2 bedroom 40m2 flat. We have 10m walk to city center, or 3 mins with a bus. To give you a more context, minimal payment after tax atm is ~2000 pln which ks a little bit less than 500€. My girl earns 700 euro after tax, and I do 1100€ after tax. We are planning to buy (credit) in next 2 years a flat or terrace house. Atm avg price for a m2 is 5200 so it's around 315k pln (70k €) for 60m2 flat or 450k for 120m2 terrace house little bit further from city center in developer condition (it means that you will have to spend 60-100k pln (depends of m2 and stuff u buying) to fully finnish your apartment). My family house is 30km from Białystok. We have a house with basement, ground floor, first floor, attic and a garage (around 350m2 of total space, and around 150m2 of living space in ground and first floors). Used houses in my city, and my house are estimated for around 320 000 - 400 000 pln depends on furnishings.
2020-11-12 09:39
8 replies
dude I pay 530€ for 53m2 in Berlin, RiP you :(
2020-11-12 09:56
7 replies
I paid the same money for a flat in Warsaw as you in Berlin. But I guess you catched a good offer, and avg prices are higher. When I was living in FaM, for 48m2 in Nied area I paid ~800euro
2020-11-12 19:09
6 replies
name checks out
2020-11-12 20:09
1 reply
I hope it's compliment :P
2020-11-12 21:17
With FaM do you mean Frankfurt am Main? If so, why did you lvie there and why not anymore? Also, Germans abbreviate Frankfurt with FFM, just so you know :)
2020-11-13 11:58
3 replies
Yeah, I always write FaM somehow. My parents are living there. I'm used to live in Poland, you know, school, friends, gf everything I need is here. And I don't speak German. And don't get me wrong, I have nothing against them, but I preffer white neighbourhood.. I saved the money I earned and I changed my field to web development. Now I don't see the point to movr to Germany back, because with more experience I will get the same money here, when the cost of living are cheaper (mostly when it comes to services and buying a house) I was going to Germany for short time periods (up to 6 months) just to boost my money. I was working as construction worker and it wasn't the future I wanted, especially I didn't enjoy my company coworkers. I mean, I personally liked them, but they usually had no ambition at all. (was working mostly with Poles and some other Auslenders, some Germans too).
2020-11-13 13:06
2 replies
>And don't get me wrong, I have nothing against them, but I preffer white neighbourhood.. bruh i just died from laughter
2020-11-13 13:43
1 reply
Well, when it comes to Nied in FFM it's all filled up with Turks, Maroccans, Balkans and Easter Europeans, there was always something happening
2020-11-13 15:25
Come to Russia my friend, you can easily get 90sqm flat with 3 rooms for 350$
2020-11-12 09:41
530€ for 53m2 in Berlin, 25 minutes by public transport to Brandenburg Gate
2020-11-12 09:55
Move to another city or country, its not worth to pay that much rent. iam paying 650 € for 60 m2 in 300.000 people city in germany. btw: more refugees = higher rent for everyone, for all those "refugees welcome people"
2020-11-12 11:00
200 euro for a 3 bedroom apartament,big kitchen,big toilet and a pretty big balcony:)))) I rented to be closer to the high school
2020-11-12 11:03
I pay 0 mens :)
2020-11-12 11:04
In Bucharest it's around 250-300€ for the same thing, but pretty far from city centre (worst traffic)
2020-11-12 11:12
15 replies
and in bucharest you make 1 € and hour
2020-11-12 13:12
14 replies
Not really, I think the minimum wage is 300€ so ~2€/h? Average wage is around 700€, so a bit over 4€ per hour... that's still like 40% of your wage spent on rent so yeah, Ro = really bad
2020-11-12 13:18
13 replies
LOL HAHAHAHA 4€ AN HOUR i make 5,5€ at the supermarket while im 17 and that is not even much
2020-11-12 13:18
12 replies
W/e dude, dunno why you laugh... wasn't bragging or anything LOL, just told you some statistics so you can be better informed. Gen Z much... go watch some xqc and chill HAHAHAHA
2020-11-12 15:49
1 reply
dude leave ur country its not worth ur time
2020-11-12 16:24
bruh you can't be dutch. in germany you earn at least 9 euros per hour if you do not get a super shitty job even if you are a minor. (technically you do not have to pay a minor min wage, but it is still done in most jobs).
2020-11-13 11:56
9 replies
lol we have jeudminimumloon wet wich sucks they pay us so few that we get motivated to go to school instead of work full time :///.100-salaris.nl/100-extras/minimumloon-20..
2020-11-14 12:35
8 replies
bruh, they scamming you my g hahaha
2020-11-14 13:21
7 replies
ikr but honestly not since its not very exspensive and i make 300€ a month wich is for my 17 yo ass more than enough to live off
2020-11-14 13:22
3 replies
that would mean you work 14 hours a week? thats a lot imo.
2020-11-14 13:23
2 replies
20 next to school its ez honestly 12-21:30 on satuday 2/6-10 thursday and sometimes 2/6-9:30 on wednesday
2020-11-14 13:24
also in covid i worked some extra and my school i do right now is way to easy for me im working avgr 15 hours a week next to school and learning a 3th language since my education is way to simple for me but i have to do it since i had a 6,4 for math in high school :(.
2020-11-14 13:26
also it really motivates me to do school since i dont wanna end up working for so little for the rest of ur live and it makes you appricate the worth of money also a 17yo should not have 500+ euros a month just to spend
2020-11-14 13:23
2 replies
no i agree, earning money for the first time teaches you a lot of things
2020-11-14 13:23
1 reply
true and if ur not stupid you can still get a reasonable amount of money att the end of the year i got about 3k and i spend some.
2020-11-14 13:25
#322
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Poland Kresowy
450 EUR in big city for 2/3 room flat
2020-11-12 11:22
2020-11-12 11:27
1 reply
CHF, is that some sort of fantasy currency? Honestly there is nothing special about this appartment, but you can find overprice rents everywhere.
2020-11-13 11:55
600 euros for a 54sqm apartment in Malmö. Apartments are kinda cheap outside of the three big cities. Stockholm's insane tho. I think it held the world record for longest apartment queues, like 20+ years or something. That leads to sixth-hand subleasing which just increases the rent. Rent could be like 1.2k euros for a shitty studio apartment.
2020-11-12 12:48
I pay R$1600 (250 euros) for a 75sqm in the bestest region of the city (i'm looking to the sea). If you can work remotely COME TO BRAZIL 🏢🏢🏢
2020-11-12 12:52
3 replies
come to brazil and get stabbed/shot/kidnapped/organs harvested.
2020-11-12 13:11
2 replies
only if you leave your house mens))
2020-11-12 13:12
1 reply
nahhh they come in ur house too mate
2020-11-12 13:13
dont live in london dumb
2020-11-12 13:11
hahahahaa
2020-11-12 13:12
870e/per for 70sqm + 1hr/sauna per week. Government gives us 320e of it as a social security, so we end up paying 550e split between two ourselves.
2020-11-12 13:16
#348
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Sweden Nappev
pension is now 75 yr tax is <50% queue for aps is 2-4 yr unless youre lucky i am above taking gov benefits when i dont need them why is pain
2020-11-12 13:21
$1100 big house (like 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and a lot of other rooms) and garden + 2 extra small houses, 500sm2 but living in the middle of fucking nowhere, not in the city, countryside and the closes """"big"""" city only has around 130k and it's half an hour away by car
2020-11-12 13:36
50qm 414 euro in berlin , before me it was 220 , boris rip u
2020-11-12 16:13
3 replies
thats a fucking steal. are you actually inside berlin and if yes, what part of the city? in stuttgart you pay that much for a single room.
2020-11-13 11:54
2 replies
south berlin a pretty rich district , but house is shitty
2020-11-13 13:25
1 reply
Zehlendorf?
2020-11-13 13:44
60qm 400€ in Germany kinda small town.
2020-11-12 16:18
Seems like we have it pretty good around here. Used to live in Poland - 33m2 for ~450€ (utilities+internet included). Half my salary went to cover my rent. But it was the 10th floor with a pretty nice view, so no complaints. In Estonia I have lived in a 12m2 apartment for which I've paid 330€ month (utilities+internet). Currently in a 4 room apartment, 3 bedrooms. 88m2. 450 + max 200€ utilities a month (less in summer, more in winter). So ~200€/month. Sweet location as well. Little studios go for 200-400€. Depends on the location and the condition. Around 600€ (utilities included) you can get nice 2-3 room apartment. Around 1000€ you could get a house rented out.
2020-11-12 16:47
Not in EU or US, but you should try to move to a cheaper part of the town or even of the country and take the quarantinee status quo and get a remote job.
2020-11-12 16:49
2 replies
I can't mens, my work is experimental so I have to go into the labs.
2020-11-12 20:26
1 reply
Good for you! consider the following: you are also one of the very few people that actually helps this works to progress and advance, you are not a mere consumer but also a producer for this world (as abstract or specific as you want to define it), so think of it as the "duty-tax" to your country and to humankind.
2020-11-12 20:53
#381
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Serbia hitomi79
250 euros for 33sqm capital centre
2020-11-12 20:56
100$ per month in asia for a room
2020-11-12 20:57
5 replies
Singapore?
2020-11-12 21:04
2 replies
Check my flag
2020-11-12 21:53
1 reply
U said Asia....
2020-11-12 22:26
That is surprisingly much imo. Thought Vietnam was a lot cheaper.
2020-11-13 11:52
1 reply
Thats normal here man people usually make like 200-300 per month
2020-11-13 13:55
If you don't earn enough in the NL for regular rent/buying (regular rent starts at ~900), then there's social housing, which has a rent of mostly 620/month (still insane in the cities). The current waitlist for social housing in several cities is now 25 years. So you sign yourself in at 16, and yes, at 41 you can finally have your own home. Luckily that's not me but I fear for everyone who will not earn enough in the future, especially because it keeps increasing and there are hundreds of thousands of ppl currently not earning enough to buy. Problem is obviously immigrants. if you build 20k houses in 3 years, the demand increases by 25k, and you have let in 15k immigrants.....if you'd close the borders you'd solve this problem in no-time. Another leftist failure, as they let in every immigrant and then ALSO proceed to stop building processes in favour of environment mumbo jumbo. Double bad for the housing price. It's not only rent btw, buying homes here is becoming increasinly impossible now for even moderate families, at least near their work-location. Friends home went from 350k a few years ago to 480k now, gl as someone starting out.
2020-11-12 21:03
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If you don't earn enough in the NL for regular rent/buying (regular rent starts at ~900), then there's social housing, which has a rent of mostly 620/month (still insane in the cities). The current waitlist for social housing in several cities is now 25 years. So you sign yourself in at 16, and yes, at 41 you can finally have your own home. Luckily that's not me but I fear for everyone who will not earn enough in the future, especially because it keeps increasing and there are hundreds of thousands of ppl currently not earning enough to buy. Problem is obviously immigrants. if you build 20k houses in 3 years, the demand increases by 25k, and you have let in 15k immigrant.....if you'd close the borders you'd solve this problem in no-time. Another leftist failure, as they let in every immigrant and then ALSO proceed to stop building processes in favour of environment mumbo jumbo. Double bad for the housing price. It's not only rent btw, buying homes here is becoming increasinly impossible now for even moderate families, at least near their home location. Friends home went from 350k a few years ago to 480k now, gl as someone starting out.
2020-11-12 21:03
4 replies
you have an NL flag but an NA brain, it is confusing.
2020-11-12 21:04
3 replies
You have a UK flag and no brain, it is confusing.
2020-11-12 21:05
2 replies
you see you did it again.
2020-11-12 21:06
1 reply
Get a better job, loser
2020-11-12 21:07
Get more income, pauper
2020-11-12 21:02
Can anyone from Norway tell about good and bad deals to look out for?
2020-11-12 22:06
Still living at home, but we pay 3000 a month near Stuttgart, Germany. Stuttgart has the highest rents in all of Germany.
2020-11-13 11:51
3 replies
Wow, that is a lot but Porsche is there mens
2020-11-13 12:57
2 replies
Porsche, Daimler and Bosch. But many of these companies have let people go during Covid. I think Daimler fired 20k people, so yeah, it is not looking great right now.
2020-11-13 13:42
1 reply
bloody hell, 20k people lost their jobs. That is messed up
2020-11-13 19:18
530€/month for 36m²
2020-11-13 11:58
#428
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Denmark KalasYoP
800Euro/month for 108m² 3 km away from the city center
2020-11-14 11:04
like 250 dollars
2020-11-14 11:08
what Europe do you live? save some money then move to Asia, especially SEA.
2020-11-14 11:27
Wtf thats insane Here you can legit rent 60m² apartment in downtown for like 300-500€
2020-11-14 11:33
Around 145€ monthly (cosidering the current ruble exchange rate) for a 27m² studio. Used to live in a university campus almost for free, but it sucks Btw before ruble dropped,it was around 175€, thats not much at all, but it's the minimal salary in russia, and I live near university so I dont spend much time to get there. Also you can't get such flat in a city center or in a good district, I'm far away from metro line, far away from malls, good restaurants and stuff, but I kinda like it
2020-11-14 13:06
1 reply
Damn, my comment is #435, doubt anyone will read it ahah
2020-11-14 13:07
Idk my mom owns like 12 apartments, 3 apartment buildings and we don't pay anything
2020-11-14 13:29
2 replies
is she looking for an escort? I would be selling my time, not my body.
2020-11-14 16:14
1 reply
I don't have a dad and I don't need one, so nah
2020-11-14 17:59
The only way to get a decent price for housing in the Netherlands is if you sign up for government housing from the "woningbouw" it takes forever though... You have to collect points over a couple of years to even have a chance. But my parents signed me when I was 18 so right now I'm paying 570 euro for a 2 bedroom apt walking distance from the beach.
2020-11-14 16:37
#450
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Israel Smokie4g
almost same in israel.. expensive af men(
2020-11-14 18:03
I'm Dane living in USA, I pay 1.6K rent for a 2 bd apt (100m²)
2020-11-14 18:24
2 replies
where in USA mens???
2020-11-18 16:20
1 reply
Florida mens
2020-11-20 04:46
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