I'm from London and want to work in New York :)?
Hi, I'm a student from London. Once I get a good education I want to move to NY because I find London abit miserable. If I got a job there do you think I'd be earning as much as I would in London? Also for those who live in NY, how is it down there? Is the weather any good, and how does it look in the night :)
Asked By: John S - 2/6/2009
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Life in New-York is far from being a bed of roses. It is colder in the winter than London and hotter in the summer. In the night it looks like all the large cities that have high rise buildings. It spreads out for miles of dingy suburbs and even in the heart of the city, except for some larger streets and piazzas, it... More
Answered By: WISE OWL - 2/7/2009
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dnt leave london!!! london is the place to be love youuurrr city cos i sure love mine gooo LONDON
Answered By: Maria K - 2/6/2009
Bro let's just say, I wouldn't be worried about the weather..
Answered By: Mem O - 2/6/2009
Well I've only been there a few times but NY is a fun city. I don't know what your wages would be because I don't know what you are going into. I'm sure you could research a little bit and compare salaries. The weather is decent but winter is COLD! Good luck!
Answered By: Gabrielle A - 2/6/2009
New York is a pretty big city. If you want a job there, you'd best excel in the area you want a job in. I found NYC a bit like London (from what I've heard). Too many people and kind of a tourist trap.
Answered By: Maurice - 2/6/2009
Your 'attitude' won't last ten seconds in New York. "How is it down there???" Have you considered Worthing?
Answered By: Father Jake - 2/6/2009
Theres more things about new york to worry about then the weather :-| oh myy...
Answered By: Butterflycry87 - 2/6/2009
Answered By: ?! - 2/6/2009
im not from new york city but i live in new york. you can make alot of money in ny if ur in the right business(probably more than london). weather is good because it changes each season. it can get pretty hot and pretty cold. the city never sleeps at night always tons of lights on, cars, and people.
Answered By: dnrya001 - 2/6/2009
If money is what your after your better of staying where you are, or at least saving money to come over. The subway cost about 85 USD for a month pass ( which goes all over manhattan ). You can easily spend 20 USD for food in ONE meal. Jobs are hard to get because the US is in debt, Companies laying off loyal employees... More
Answered By: chloa.phorm - 2/6/2009
I think we are all pretty much in the same boat.
Answered By: isaulte - 2/6/2009
I live in Both places and by far London is nicer! Everyone thinks that New York City is all Manhattan, which is what you see in books or movies, but it is just one small part, the rest of it is ghetto and very disgusting.
Answered By: biggdaddy! - 2/6/2009
Hey Wise Owl can you talk to me? I want to move to England and you seem very wise haha... More
Answered By: jules44 - 2/8/2009
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