Everybody wants to be happy and fulfilled. To live in a place, they can call home and be proud of it. The place they can feel safe in and walk down the street whistling, carefree. But not every place on earth is the same. Not every place can give you such a carefree life, full of excitement and fulfillment. All over the world, there are countries in which people are afraid to walk alone at night. Where women don't feel safe unless they are in a company of others. The kind of places you would never want to live in.
Luckily, if you live in America, you live in one of the best countries in the world, but even in such a country, there are still huge differences from place to place.
When it comes to choosing a right place to live the biggest factor is subjective. Every person has different needs and points of view. If you find a place to be one of the best places to live in, another person might not. But other than the part which is different for everyone there are five different aspects on which everybody can agree on, and these are Value, job market, quality of life, net migration and desirability.
The aspect of ''value'' is basically the difference between the cost of living and annual household income and ''quality of life'' takes into consideration different factors such as crime, commute, college readiness, and many other.
By combining all of these, we've prepared a list of five places within America which would be just perfect for you if they agree with your personal preferences.
Things to know before moving to the US if you are a foreigner
Each country has its own specific laws and ways of doing things. You can't expect that wherever you go, it will be the same as it was in your hometown. In the USA, it even differs from state to state, but there are a few things which are common for every state and pretty important to know beforehand.
First of all, if you ever need to go to the ambulance, know that the ambulance ride will cost you. If you can go on your own, do not rely on their service, first of all, because you might be reserving a ride somebody else needs much more and secondly it will cost you from 400 to 1800 dollars.
Secondly, tipping is almost mandatory in the US. It's customary to tip for 10 to 25 percent of your payment, and it's considered rude not to. This applies to most jobs which offer services.
And lastly, you should know that the United States Postal Service can accept passport applications on behalf of the government, should you ever need this service.