should I live in europe or US? help me to decide...?
Ok, I'm now 17 years old and I'm a junior (supposed to be a senior this yr.) I want to be a pediatric nurse but I don't know I should attend for college. I live in New Jersey. My mom suggested me to go to Brookdale Community College for at least 3 yrs and then go to American International College which located in Mass. I'm not sure if I want to do that because I've always wanted to live in Europe and I don't know if I should attend college and have a job here or move to europe. In addtion, I'm hard-of-hearing and I was told that there's more opportunity for foreigners and hearing impaired people than in europe. I was born in congo and I speak french. learning english was hard for me because american accent is odd for me to understand. I'm now learning spanish and german. I don't feel comfortable living here. My family and I moved here because my dad is a diplomat and our government sent us to work in U.S so we had no choice but to live here. America is great but I want to live europe.
Asked By: elysa y - 12/21/2007
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My advice is to do your job training in a country where the local language feels like your native language... More
Answered By: Willeke - 12/21/2007
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europe abandon the USA as quick as you possibly can, its a Sh*t hole
Answered By: godless - 12/21/2007
Live in Europe. It is better than here... More
Answered By: Recheli - 12/21/2007
Get out of the U.S. before your academic knowledge and ability suffers any more than it already has... More
Answered By: johnathanapples - 12/21/2007
You answered you question with your last sentence. "America is great but I want to live Europe." Remember the saying: "The grass always looks greener on the other side". Try one semester in Europe and then decide.
Answered By: r_e_a_l_miles - 12/21/2007
I would highly recommend Spain. It is progressive, clean, and friendly. Your languages will serve you well there. Do a little travelling there before you decide where to stay. Their transportation system is way ahead of the U.S. and the trains are fantastic!
Answered By: Pink - 12/21/2007
Well u have already sayed u are not felling confortable there and u want to live in Europe.So u are answering your question:).Have fun here and my advice will be to move into a northern country,and if u like nice weather then defently choose Spain instead of Italy or Portugal..just my opinion.Have a good day.
Answered By: FAB S - 12/21/2007
I suggest that you finish college first and enjoy the company of your parents in the US. When you are matured enough, you can decide if you really want to move to europe... More
Answered By: Rax - 12/21/2007
I´m not sure where you´ll get the better medical education. I would check into that before I made a final decision about furthering my education here or in Europe... More
Answered By: SUE - 12/21/2007
You should live in Europe. You can go to France, Belgium or Switzerland because they speak french there, life is more relaxed then in US and food is much beater.
Answered By: Marko M - 12/23/2007
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