i will rich in USA
May 21, 2009 7:51am CST
i will go to USA someday. that 's very easy to earn money just for an normal job. there are many rich persons in USA. and a lot of famous persons earn a lot in USA. so i will go to USA. but that will need many procedures. i must wait. it is not easy for ones to USA. not just need money.. also need the proof the USA company in USA. so i will study english very hard to receive the notification of USA company. do you think it is easy to earn money in USA?
22 May 09
The Western world has encouraged the "streets paved with gold" myth for a long time. Wages are higher, but standards of living are higher and so are costs - you may ifnd that you're not THAT much better off. It depends how life is where you are now, by comparison.
22 May 09
i will eat the basic food , and never buy somethings. i will cook for myself if i have a stable place that will save a lot of money. i will work for several years then go back to home to spend the money which i earned in USA. at that time , i will at learst earn $100000 to china. i think that may earn by my whold life in my area. i just earn no more than $3000 every year in china.
22 May 09
Living on basics can work, definitely. If you have a plan - as you appear to - then it might work. Remember to do your research, though: you'll need visas, money to rent somewhere to live, money for food, for clothes, for travel and everything. You'll probably start on a very low, basic salary, too. It won't be easy, but if you go prepared and determined to live your dream, I hope it works out!
• United States
21 May 09
It is very hard to find work in the US. And it may seem like you would be making a lot of money but the truth is the cost of living in the US is very expensive. The average american needs to make $13-14 dollars an hour to survive, and one would still be living in the poverty line. Of course a lot depends on where you live, as to how hard life would be. I do wish you the best of luck, it is always wonderful to dream. But the grass always looks greener on the otherside of the fence.