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/trv/ 4064: immigration to Germany from Canada

im_jsmith Avatar
im_jsmith:#4064

Hello basement dwellers. I will be graduating with a BSc in biology soon here in Canada. I want to leave Canada permanently because the government allows foreign land speculators to buy up our housing and then leave it empty. I have looked at every country with an inequality adjusted HDI higher than Canada's. Most of these countries are Nordic countries, which have high costs of living. The Netherlands is also like this. Germany is the only country with a lower cost of living in Canada and higher wages than Canada. When I immigrate, I want to have a large family. Idk why Germans don't do this since child care is so cheap in Germany. There is also the Weimerica issue. Over 1000 refugees came to Canada after Trump got elected, mostly from the Muslim countries he threatened to ban. America is going to keep going downhill this century.

I have considered getting my MBA afterward, but I don't really want to spend more time in university.

mrxloka Avatar
mrxloka:#4067

Biology is a difficult job market, especially with a BSc. You can find a job but don't expect it to be related to your qualification. Chances are drastically better with German language skills. Life is especially affordable in smaller up to mid-sized cities but the latter is changing at the moment as the housing market is going crazy. Forget about the big cities. Housing rents there have become way too expensive.

samscouto Avatar
samscouto:#4077

Are you joking?

>Over 1000 refugees came to Canada after Trump got elected, mostly from the Muslim countries he threatened to ban. America is going to keep going downhill this century.
1000 vs 1000000. Germany is a shithole already and Europe will go down a lot faster than North America. There's enough land in Canada to occupy once shit hits the fan for real.

clubb3rry Avatar
clubb3rry:#4079

This poster is right about pretty much everything
>>4067

>Biology is a difficult job market, especially with a BSc. You can find a job but don't expect it to be related to your qualification.
I've heard sames.

>Chances are drastically better with German language skills.
Can't emphasize this enough. You're required to speak German to have a good life in Germany. It may be different in some parts of the Nordic countries or Malta, but in this day and age, speaking German is substantial.

>Forget about the big cities. Housing rents there have become way too expensive.
That depends on the city: While Munich and Hamburg are indeed very expensive, Berlin is still on the edge. With the right papers and a contract of employment you should be fine.
Don't know about Cologne (the fourth million people city).

In other words: Find a job before moving here, else you're gonna have a very hard time. Pick up some German skills in advance if you still have the time.

cyril_gaillard Avatar
cyril_gaillard:#4082

>>4077
>Germany is a shithole already
It's a post-apocalyptic desert now indeed.

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