Move to Poland, or another southeastern country *) **) Your lowest pension will be comparable to the pension of the richest people here....Looking forward to 65-67..which is the earliest I can start to access the public pension, and 67 for the full works.
it´s not going to be much, may even have to apply for poor mans guarantee pension.
I have had deposits to private pensions, but also many unemployed periods, so that won´t be much..and definitely not at 55.
Poland may be a wonderful country with many wonderful people in many espects, it does however not attract me based on my perception of what the current social politics around human rights and court legeslations seem to be.Move to Poland, or another southeastern country *) **) Your lowest pension will be comparable to the pension of the richest people here....
The minimum wage at the moment here is 540 euros. It is enough to pay for an apartment and food for a whole month for a single.
*) and of course better weather.... Which is important for the health of the elderly....
**) or South East Asia..
but why do this when there are young people standing in line who are unemployed ?
taking care of kids after school is more suited for young people. they have the energy. and they learn lots within 1 month.And young ones may not be able to jump in and replace work done by elders..something like that perhaps.
taking care of kids after school is more suited for young people. they have the energy. and they learn lots within 1 month.
so no excuse there. just bull from politicians. [imo]
Denmark is nice, i'd be going for Spain myself.
yeah, i might do d a Norway / Spain toggleSpain seems a bit too hot
i think Norway is close to Sweden in that way.not so rigid and uptight in their mentality as I think we Swedes
well, i think you'll find many flaws with other countries also.A bit sad though when you the latest years discovers Sweden isn´t where you want it to be anymore,
and when you do not feel comfortable in your home country anymore.
yep, always hard to say.Of course there will be flaws and things I wouldn´t like, the question is however whether or not those issues over here are of that magnitude that I would find it worthwhile to relocate to another country not displaying such issues, if possible that is.
The Main point is to actually re-locate to Denmark..since I think a lot of things has gone so terribly wrong over here the latest 10 year perhaps.Apply to CD Project or other gamedev company.. They will let you work online from any place in the world..
I have no idea what you're talking about...since I think a lot of things has gone so terribly wrong over here the latest 10 year perhaps.
A game is like an interactive movie.. A movie is like an interactive painting.. Gamedev is state-of-the-art!But thanks for the tip, though I am not having my skills aimed at the gaming business ..unfortunately, had I that interest of games and such, no problems I think.
The whole idea of moving to Denmark I find totally bizarre..
Google: "Denmark has been ranked fifth on a list of the most expensive countries in the world for living costs in 2020. It is often touted as one of the world's most expensive nations, and Denmark's placing on a 2020 index for the cost of living in countries around the world appears to reflect that."
(I've given you suggestions that will allow you to save your existing pension and "live like kings" in a cheap country, and you instead prefer to waste it and have to work even more extensively... which was solution to your statement "it´s not going to be much, may even have to apply for poor mans guarantee pension.")
I have no idea what you're talking about...
People come to Sweden finding it an interesting country to live in.
After moving to Denmark, locals will think of you the same way you think of immigrants in Sweden..
A game is like an interactive movie.. A movie is like an interactive painting.. Gamedev is state-of-the-art!
It's not about being interested in playing games. It's about creating art at the highest level.
If you were a physicist, you would want to work at CERN..
agree Denmark might not be the best choice in that regard.
and not very immigrant friendly, perhaps a tad too much according to news ?
List of countries by intentional homicide rate:Not at all bizarre, if you find it more worth to live in a dangerous unsafe country, than spend extra money on your living, provided you have a job that can support it, it makes all sense in the world.
For the news media, bad news is good news because it has the largest audience. The current world with the flood of bad news in the media to the elderly looks like "WTF is going on, in this world! I don't get it!"...but if you look at the statistics, the murder rate is down, the crime rate is down....and not very immigrant friendly, perhaps a tad too much according to news ?