reply to post by Wotan
Where the hell do you come from? You have no idea do you?
More than you know, I've lived and traveled extensively throughout Europe. Thanks but no thanks...when I was naive and foolish, I too had the
desire to become an expatriate...ah to live the what I thought the good life was in France and sip champagne and slow things down. That is until I
realized the high rate of unemployment and how having a university degree can only get you a job as the local bus boy or a temp job through YOUR
Temporary employment recruiters. Thanks, but no thanks.
So tell me, do you love to work for a boss that makes # loads off of your hard work, for little pay, long hours, annual leave time that Europe left
behind in the Dark Ages? The US system is like something from a Charles Dickens book.
Yes that's why we have hundreds of thousands if not millions of people clamoring to become U.S. citizens. All awaiting for the American dream to be
I would not work in America for all the Tea in China and in my profession I could actually earn double what I am earning now.
Good for you, I would never want to work in Europe, opportunities are few and far between. I do envy the amount of hours some of you work,
although I will say it will eventually KILL your own industries since you have to compete against the more productive people over on this side of the
pond not to mention growing competition from Asians.
So eventually you too will have to work as hard as the rest of us, you may actually like it though because you get more income. Less time, but more
[edit on 5-11-2008 by Gateway]