More and more people from North America and Europe come and work in Japan, so I'd like to know this, Among US, Canada, Japan, which is the best place (living standard, education, human relationships) ?
Bio-Hazard said:In a nutshell, going to Asia seems like a wise idea for those educated.
Since the birth rate is about 1.4 per single woman that means the birth rate and children born is drastically low. This is a current social problem in Asia. Therefore since people aren't being born, more cash can flow among people in Asia.
However, with current feminist revolution occuring in Japan where women no longer wish to be housewives, you will have the same thing America is coming to. However, the difference is the birth rate. There aren't that many people being born, people are getting divorces because women want freedom.
I'm pretty sure that apart from accomodation if you manage how to spend and cook on your own you'll spend only around 10,000 yen ( about 70-80 dollars) per month in Japan. Will you survive with 70-80 dollars in the U.S.?ek said:All I can say about Japan is...you couldn't pay me enough money to live there.
All I hear is horror stories about the place.
There is a reason why they all come here and none of us go there.
noppakhuns said:I'm pretty sure that apart from accomodation if you manage how to spend and cook on your own you'll spend only around 10,000 yen ( about 70-80 dollars) per month in Japan. Will you survive with 70-80 dollars in the U.S.?
Ki Man said:Japan is a good place to discuss with other educated people.
Ki Man said:For example: French person: I wish i could go to America to see new york one day
American person: i wish i could go to france and see paris one day