Is Finland a good place to live?

I'm currently a student but would like to travel and live all over the world, specificaly Europe. I would like to live in Finland because I enjoy Finnish rock music and Finnish metal music very much. Can anyone fill me in on what it is like to live in Finland or if it a good idea? I plan to graduate with a bachelors in International studies and Writing, will there be any job opportunities for me? I know that a larger percentage of the younger people speak English but should I still try to learn Finnish? Any information is very welcome and if you can answer these questions I would be very grateful Do the Finnish like Americans? How easy is it for an American to live in Finland? Where is agood place for a young person to live? How expensive is it to live in Finland? How safe is it for a young woma to live on her own? What are the laws for bringing animals from other countries to live in Finland? Is it easy to meet people? If I am going to visit how much can I expect to pay?

Asked By: S. - 9/2/2009
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Greetings from Finland! Well, nothing special about living in Finland, it's not more magical than anywhere else in Europe although we do have all four seasons here and the Santa Claus lives in Lapland! The economical recession is upon us Finns too at the moment, so do take this into consideration if planning to move/... More
Answered By: cantilena91 - 9/3/2009
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I am not a Finn but have travelled there twice and will answer as best as I can... More
Answered By: TexHabsfan - 9/3/2009
Finland has a good standing in many international comparisons of national performance such as the share of high-technology manufacturing and health care. Is a great country, very friendly people. Finland has a humid and cool semi continental climate. The climate type in southern Finland is a northern temperate climate... More
Answered By: Margareta - 9/3/2009
I don't think Finns especially like or hate americans but of course as a foreigner you may feel a bit like a stranger sometimes. Of course Finns tend to be quite reserved but you'll learn to like your own privacy. You could just stay here, not knowing anyone and it wouldn't raise any suspicions. You learn to respect... More
Answered By: J - 9/6/2009
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